Technology News Archive - June 10, 2012
The CEO of one of the world's most popular social networks has apparently joined a high-end, consumer-focused image-sharing website and rival to Pinterest, and this seemingly innocent news has led to some speculation that his involvement may run deeper than just being another user of the service.
Protesting regulations that they say are tantamount to online censorship, members of the hacking collective known as Anonymous gathered in more than a dozen cities throughout India Saturday -- though according to some reports, the results of those assemblies were mixed.
A seven-day voting period regarding whether Facebook should adopt a new privacy and user rights policy or continue using the existing one has come and gone, and despite an overwhelming percentage of voters choosing the current regulations, the revised code will be implemented by the popular social network.
ScreenMail, a new cloud-based video communication tool, officially launched on June 7th, ending the beta stage.
"Achilles Tendinitis is now being treated using Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy," according to A.J.
Each day appsbar identifies an excellent example of an app built with appsbar's iPhone app builder, Windows app builder or Android apps builder.
Newly Founded Gaming Company’s First Fully-Featured Game Debuts on iOS App Store (PRWEB) June 10, 2012 InJoyee Co., Ltd., a newly founded iOS games
McCann E-Investigations San Antonio (McCann EI) announces launch of new website focused on San Antonio computer forensics services.
Regulatory Compliance Associates Inc.
Internet marketing firm’s president tells his clients to create website content that connects with customers, helps build relationships and motivates visitors
- A gigantic fictional humanoid alien god being described with a head resembling an octopus and dragon wings and claws, around whom an insane cult developed.
- Pertaining to the mythos of Cthulhu and additional otherworldly beings created by H. P. Lovecraft or inspired by his writings and imitators.