Technology News Archive - October 23, 2012
The FTC announced on Monday that it has agreed to settle with Web analytics firm Compete Inc. over charges that the company engaged in “unfair or deceptive” personal data collection practices.
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is dumping their Research in Motion BlackBerry’s in favor of $2.1 million worth of iPhones for some 18,000 employees, the agency revealed in a solicitation document released last week.
Experts have looked into whether the digital age is altering a teenager's social development, and reported their findings in the Journal of Adolescence.
Like cleaning the lenses of a foggy pair of glasses, scientists are now able to use a technique developed by UCLA researchers and their European colleagues to produce three-dimensional images of breast tissue that are two to three times sharper than those made using current CT scanners at hospitals.
Today at 10 AM PST, (Noon Central, 1 PM EST) Apple will take the stage at the California Theatre in San Jose to show us "just a little more." A little more of what?
Powerful steam pressure washers vaporize up to 1200 pieces per hour, and clean concrete and other hard surfaces quickly and effectively.
For all the potential benefits of facial recognition technology, the FTC claims there are also potential pitfalls which should be avoided.
It was a story which seemed as if it could be very true. After all, the two companies involved have been at odds with one another for over a year now, and it only makes sense that at some point the spark would one day fade away.
Today's announcement brought surprise to Apple fans that many felt was lacking in the iPhone 5 event. From a brand new iMac redesign to quick and speedy Proper iPad refresh, Apple was able to hit many areas where many weren't looking.
As Twitter strikes out on its own, abandoning companies and apps it once partnered with, it’s likely the microblogger feels this is an appropriate time to try out a few new things...
- A landsman who is making his first voyage at sea; a novice who enters naval service from rural life.