Technology News Archive - October 10, 2012
Samsung’s president of mobile, JK Shin, has tipped his proverbial hat about his company’s plans to release a shrunken version of the popular Samsung Galaxy S III in Europe.
No, that’s not a corrugated Xbox 360 or some piece of “modern” art! Those are the latest offerings from Sling Media to stream TV content to Macs, PCs, smartphones and tablets.
As Microsoft prepares to release their PC/Tablet OS Mashup in a few weeks, one accessories company is preparing for what could be an onslaught of Windows users who suddenly need to know how to use touch gestures with their operating system.
Verizon Wireless is making moves to expand its 4G LTE coverage and will reach its 400th market next week, further expanding the area that its high-speed network covers across the U.S.
This week, two separate research teams have come up with new ways to enhance the conversation between humans and machines, including the ability to turn any flat surface into a multi-touch interface as well as a way for computers to guide a user’s hand as they look for a particular object.
The Greenough River Solar project, the first utility-scale solar farm in Australia, went online on Wednesday.
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