Technology News Archive - June 22, 2012
As the Internet grows and technology expands, what will be the largest hinderance to innovation? If one US official is to be believed, governments will pose the biggest threat to this kind of growth.
Google announced on Thursday they will launch the Endangered Languages Project, dedicated to saving some 3,000 fading languages. (3,054 to be exact).
With WWDC over and done with (not to mention a new MacBook Pro and Operating System to save up for) we can now safely turn our attention back to the joy ride that is iPhone rumors.
The legal battle between Apple and Australia’s ACCC is now over, as a judge has ordered the Cupertino company to pay out A$2.25 million (That’s $2.26 million American) to the organization.
On Thursday, Tumblr released a long-awaited update to their iOS app. And there was much rejoicing. The new update to the popular blogging app is said to be completely revamped version for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
EBay announced on Thursday that it plans to build a large renewable data center in Utah that will be powered by alternative energy fuel cells.
Online search giant Google has been accused, by the Attorney General of Texas, of improperly withholding evidence while the company is being investigated for abusing its dominance of web search.
Have you ever fumbled a Facebook update? Ham-fingered a humorous response, or said I Love You to the wrong person’s page? Well Facebook is finally allowing a chance to correct such embarrassing typos by rolling out a new feature that should have been here from the get-go.
- The unit of magnetic flux density in the International System of Units, equal to the magnitude of the magnetic field vector necessary to produce a force of one newton on a charge of one coulomb moving perpendicular to the direction of the magnetic field vector with a velocity of one meter per second. It is equivalent to one weber per square meter.