Technology News Archive - June 27, 2012
Over half of all cell phone owners use their device to surf the Internet, according to a new survey out by Pew Internet & American Life Project.
With the limited real estate on the screen of a cell phone, it's important to make each feature count. Mozilla just released a new version of its Firefox browser specifically for the Android market.
Google is alive. Rather, they’ve connected 16,000 computers in a neural network, brought it to life, and has let it loose on the internet to “learn.”
This past April, a company which makes a talking tablet for speech-disabled children filed a patent lawsuit against another company which makes a similar iPad app for a fraction of the cost.
Last week, some of the fine folks at appadvice.com noticed something strange in their developer build of iOS 6 - the podcasts tab was missing from the iTunes store. Also missing were the “genius,” “iTunes U,” and “more” tabs.
Zynga unveiled on Tuesday a new line up of games, including a sequel to the popular Farmville title, and announced plans to build a social network to get more people playing online games together across multiple devices.
Social networking giant Facebook has appointed Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg to its Board of Directors, making her the first woman to serve as a director of the company.
Would you send an email to your boss about how much you really hate this meeting you are sitting in with him? How about plastering your new phone number on a highway billboard?
You might want to wait a little longer to purchase that Kindle Fire you've had your eye on as a new report indicates that Amazon is putting the finishing touches on a new model.
It’s been a busy month for Apple’s legal team as they defend their patents and seek injunctions.
- The offense of persistently instigating lawsuits, typically groundless ones.
- An unlawful breach of duty on the part of a ship's master or crew resulting in injury to the ship's owner.
- Sale or purchase of positions in church or state.