Technology News Archive - October 05, 2012
Airport security might be tightening up behind the lines with Hitachi's announcement of its new bomb-detecting prototype at the airport gate - a device which uses mass spectrometry technology to detect explosives.
One year ago today, on October 5, 2011, the tech industry lost a titan, Apple lost one half of its founders, and the world lost a visionary.
Facebook denied on Thursday recent reports alleging it scans its users' private messages and “likes” webpages sent as links.
Microsoft Corp sent out invitations this week for two upcoming launch events to take place this later this month.
Most of us grew up on television, films and comic books featuring characters casually using incredible technologies that were plausible but always somewhat far-off into the future.
It’s a bad thing when a company ships a tablet with a gap in between the screen and the case. It’s even worse when the tablet in question is being marketed as “Splash Proof.”
Samsung’s Galaxy S III is more than a popular alternative to the iPhone, it’s also a money making machine. The South Korea released their third quarter predictions today...
A quick pit-stop at the gas station is enough to put a good dent in your wallet. New technology is set to lower the high cost of filling up your car, by enabling combustion engines to consume two to three percent less gas and signifi cantly less oil, while eliminating a step in engine production.
The innovative digital music retailer ReDigi is being taken to court by EMI Music for the recycled sale of used MP3 music. The court's decision will set a precedent for the future of the digital music industry.
The group of “Hacktivists” known as Anonymous is taking credit for a series of attacks, leaving the websites for the Swedish government and their central bank down on Friday.
- The offense of persistently instigating lawsuits, typically groundless ones.
- An unlawful breach of duty on the part of a ship's master or crew resulting in injury to the ship's owner.
- Sale or purchase of positions in church or state.