Technology News Archive - October 17, 2012
LinkedIn unveiled a major redesign of its user profile pages on Tuesday, saying the enhancements offer greater capabilities with a more streamlined appearance that will help its 175 million members more easily update their professional profiles.
A new patented carpet cleaning equipment wand allows inexperienced users to clean like a professional within minutes. The new tool creates the power of a virtual vacuum motor.
Facebook has added seven new security companies to its Anti-Virus Marketplace, the company announced on Tuesday.
Everyone is moving to the cloud these days, and Microsoft is no exception. Of course, they’ve been “in the cloud” for some time now with their Azure infrastructure, but yesterday the Redmond company took their offerings one step further, opening up opportunities for a new kind of customer.
On Wednesday Amazon.com essentially rewrote the playbook on textbooks with the introduction of “Whispercast for Kindle,” which could give schools and businesses a simple, scalable online tool for deploying Kindle devices and Kindle content
The FCC has approved a compromise proposal submitted to the agency in June by both AT&T and Sirius XM Radio which places guard bands in between the interfering spectrum.
Anyone who’s ever dreamt of controlling their automobile in the same way they controlled the frog in Frogger during the heyday of the 80s may have something to jump about in the near future.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.