Technology News Archive - June 23, 2012

Mobile Game Company NaturalMotion Gets Funding, New Headquarters

NaturalMotion Games, a 3D mobile gaming company, just secured the most recent round of funding, receiving $11 million in Series B funding, lead by Benchmark Capital.

Wooga: HTML5 Source Code Offers Challenges In Mobile Gaming

Mobile game developer Wooga, which for the better part of the past year has been developing a complete mobile game based on HTML5 Web technologies, published the game’s source code on GitHub under an open source software license

Nintendo Announces New 3DS Handheld

Nintendo announced on Friday that it will be launching a jumbo-sized version of its 3DS handheld next month.

Google Jelly Bean Slated To Be Next Android OS

Google inadvertently gave its fanboys a sneak peak of "Jelly Bean," its next version of its Android operating system, this week.

Office Printers Succumb To Virus

Office printers across the US, India, Europe and South America are spewing out thousands of pages of nonsense, due to a malicious program called Milicenso.

Exotic’s Motion & Control Group recognized for Industrial Materials – Fluid Power. Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) June 22, 2012

"Pseudo gout is now being treated with regenerative medicine at the Center for Regenerative Medicine," according to A.J.

Rotobec has developed a brush rake that is engineered to bolt right on to new and existing HD and SHD log grapples.

Gap Filler 1000SR is a new two-part Gap Filling Thermal Interface Material that dispenses precisely without slumping offering the ideal form-in-place thermal solution. Chanhassen,

Word of the Day
  • A dirge; a lamentation for the dead. The custom of singing dirges at funerals was formerly prevalent in Scotland and Ireland, especially in the Highlands of Scotland.
The word 'coranach' comes from the Scottish Gaelic corranach and Irish corānach.