Yahoo! seems to have plans to come back from the almost-dead. In just the last couple of days they have made two really interesting acquisitions. Will it get back to what we hope it will be?
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What if there were a touchscreen that knew that difference between users? A smart touchscreen called the Touché is being developed aims to do all this.
Google’s Driverless Car is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a car that drives itself, without a driver steering, braking, or accelerating.
Your content in iCloud just got a little safer if you choose to make it so. Apple has added a two-step verification to their Apple IDs.
Are you aware of the threats that exist against you when you’re online? Cybercrime is a bigger threat than you might imagine. Just as our time online is increasing, the threats against us when we’re online are increasing as well.
In what seems like a move to try and beat Apple and Android, both Microsoft and Blackberry are offering cash incentives to app developers. But, is that enough?
AT&T announced that they will now be offering shared data tiers in sizes of 30GB, 40GB, and 50GB, but it doesn’t seem to be that affordable.
The newly released Redbox Instant doesn’t work on them. Normally people jailbreak their phones to get more services available to them. Does this mean they now need to un-jailbreak them?
Sometimes the big tech companies get a little ahead of themselves in their wars against each other and forget that they’re really in business to serve the community. It’s not really about beating the other guys, especially when it comes to jeopardizing Wifi privacy.
Texting while driving is being targeted for causing senseless deaths. A recent essay is calling for phones in cars to be forced into being inoperable.
Netflix is making changes to its API program and is shutting down access for new apps. How will that affect you? Let’s find out.
Industry sources are reporting that the next generations of the Samsung Galaxy and the iPhone will have some form of wireless charging.
As wonderful as it was when it first started out, sometimes Facebook proves to be the bane of our existence. The privacy issue is always hanging in the balance, and every time Facebook gets updated, it seems to irritate its users even more.
The European Commission has decided the fine on Microsoft over the browser issue is going to be €561 million, or the equivalent of $732 million. That’s quite a hefty fine, and it seems as if they are sending out a warning to all the big technology companies, telling them that the rules will be enforced and that no company is too big to play by the rules.
It certainly isn’t a coincidence then that dates for the next iPhone and iPad appeared in a new rumor shortly after Samsung amped up the hype for their newest phone. With news that Apple’s stock has hit the lowest price in over a year, the additional news of the latest Apple patent might not be coincidental either.
To drum up some excitement for the Samsung Galaxy S IV on the level of what Apple usually gets with their new product releases, Samsung isn’t letting anyone see it … except Jeremy. Who’s that?
If you look around you, you see computers and mobile devices all around. It’s hard to believe then that there’s a drought going on, yet that’s what a new video is telling us. Two of the most famous names in the computer industry, Zuckerberg and Gates, are highlighted in a video touting the coolness factor of being a computer programmer.
Are your pockets filled up with too many devices? Is it getting difficult to carry around your work phone, your personal phone, as well as an iPod? You’re not alone. That’s what Samsung are betting on by releasing Samsung Knox. Will it replace your iPhone? Let’s check it out.
Now that we have filled our lives with with smartphones and tablets, the mobile industry isn’t satisfied. They want to keep selling us devices. The next device to follow is the smartwatch. Timepieces aren’t just for telling time anymore.
While Google and Apple have been battling it out to decide who will grab the lion’s share of the smartphone market, Ubuntu and Firefox poised to enter the market and compete with the giants. Is there any more room for new players in the smartphone market?