Technology News Archive - June 02, 2012
When someone is caught, charged and prosecuted as a sex offender, they lose a great many rights they once had. Depending on the state, they have to register themselves as an offender, alert their neighbors and even keep a safe distance from any public place where children congregate.
Now, Google, as well as several other internet companies are sending in their applications to ICANN for the right to add some new TLDs, increasing diversity on the web and offering them some more flexibility.
This year’s All Things D was dominated by a person who wasn’t even there: Steve Jobs. Tim Cook took over a familiar spot for Jobs, leading off the week with an interview with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher.
A judge today made a crucial decision in the Google vs. Oracle case when he ruled APIs cannot be copyrighted.
Technological glitches that helped taint Facebook's $16 billion initial public offering last month have some investors miffed at Nasdaq, and some are arguing that the U.S.-based stock exchange isn't going enough to soothe the hard feelings or ease the concerns of jilted investors.
The rumors that the United States was involved in the Stuxnet attack on Iran are true, and were part of a large-scale cyber sabotage campaign launched against the aspiring nuclear power spearheaded by President Barack Obama, claims the author of a forthcoming book.
It’s been a big week for Apple news. A huge week. Stay in bed for another few minutes, kiddos. Let’s get cozy and have some Applesauce.
New 1950mAh battery extends the life of T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G T769 by 11%. Hong Kong (PRWEB) June 02, 2012
SEOMiracle.com and Josh Stein decided to offer and promote a blog that will contain weekly top news about Miami condos. Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 02, 2012
Learn to make SSIS packages re-startable and robust; and get to grips with transformations in SSIS and their usage with real-world scenarios Birmingham, United