Technology News Archive - June 20, 2012
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange sought political asylum at Ecuador's embassy in London on Tuesday night, claiming he had been "abandoned" by his own government in Australia.
Google published some startling statistics on Tuesday, revealing that it uncovers some 9,500 new malicious websites every day through its ‘Safe Browsing’ program.
Those who have always wanted to learn how to code or want to try their hand in the bustling App Economy have a new way to learn the geeky ins-and-outs.
Is Senator Charles Schumer concerned Apple and Google could possibly discover the secret to his super-secret barbecue sauce?
Facebook on Tuesday released a handy little infographic detailing how inappropriate, rude or spammy Facebook posts are handled.
Intel announced on Monday that it would be paying InterDigital $375 million for 1,700 technology patents.
It’s the rumor that refuses to die: Apple will one day make everything out of Liquidmetal. That’ll show ‘em.
Flame malware has been confirmed to be a jointly created effort of the CIA, the NSA, and the Israeli military to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program.
Luxury English car maker Aston Martin has rolled out its latest flagship supercar and has resurrected a classic name for it.
Ashton Kutcher, along with New York-based Union Square Ventures, has invested a total of $3.3 million in the start-up venture Duolingo.
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