Technology News Archive - June 13, 2012
Not every company is able to hang with Apple at this altitude, however, and sometimes Apple must step on a few shoulders in order to achieve such great heights.
Author Neal Stephenson has created a Kickstarter page along with Seattle-based Subutai to develop a PC-based dueling swordsman game.
According to a late 80s interview with Pentagon officials, Steve Jobs admits to taking LSD and his fear that someone would kidnap his illegitimate daughter to blackmail him.
Balderton Capital is dumping its 13% stake in social gaming company Sulake, creator of the popular online teen game Habbo, over revelations of "explicitly sexual interactions" among players on the site.
Google is taking the next step in its quest to map out the world, launching a new “Street View Trekker” backpack camera that, when carried by foot, can chart anyplace on Earth.
Not all that glitters is gold, my friend. Likewise, not every work of art is easily repairable. Or something like that.
Google is under fire yet again for its controversial StreetView Mapping service, after Britain alleged it deliberately collected personal data while capturing images in the country.
U.S.-based companies are dominating the applications for new Internet address endings, according to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Since its IPO last December, Zynga has gone from a wildly popular game publisher, down to a dwindling company with roughly six million players and a stock price falling under $5.
On Wednesday a leading cyber expert warned that a shortage of talented computer security experts in the United States could prove a challenge to protect corporate and government networks.
- In the phrase to out-herod Herod, to be more violent than Herod (as represented in the old mystery plays); hence, to exceed in any excess of evil.