Technology News Archive - June 17, 2012

The Death Of The Battery?

Battery-powered devices could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a group of UK researchers who have created a novel energy harvester to power some of the latest wearable gadgets.

Nanotechnology Harnesses The Power Of Fireflies

What do fireflies, nanorods, and Christmas lights have in common? Someday, consumers may be able to purchase multicolor strings of light that don’t need electricity or batteries to glow.

Facebook Tech Chief Leaving Company

Bret Taylor, who has been the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Facebook since August of 2009, announced on Friday that he would be leaving the popular social network later on this summer in order to start his own company.

Leaked Documents Allegedly Reveal First Xbox 720 Details

A leaked 56-page document that allegedly originated from Microsoft could provide the first concrete information about the company's next video game console.

Self-Correcting Flying Robot Unveiled By Swiss Engineers

Researchers at a Swiss technological institute have developed a flying robot which they say was designed to seek out -- not avoid -- contact, and is capable of withstanding a collision.

McCann E-Investigations San Antonio (McCann EI) announces launch of new website focused on computer forensics for San Antonio family law cases.

Today, IQware Solutions announced the launch of a new website, http://www.iqwaresolutions.com. Richfield, OH (PRWEB)

Hiscall Inc.’s Lunch and Learn in Jackson, TN will feature demonstrations and discussions of digital signage and ways it can help your business or organization get your message out in an effective

SEOMiracle.com decided to become PayPal verified and increase their chances of getting more customers. Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 17, 2012 If a website

Bejeweled3free.com, the leading hints, tips and cheats website for the game, can announce that Bejeweled 3 will be officially removed from Google+ by the end of June.

Word of the Day
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).