Technology News Archive - June 08, 2012
The quantum computer is a futuristic machine that could operate at speeds even more mind-boggling than the world’s fastest super-computers.
One government entity has finally had enough of all of the corporation-on-corporation whining and is trying to put a stop to it all.
Research In Motion Ltd. said on Thursday that it would discontinue its low-end 16GB PlayBook tablet computer when current inventories are depleted, but will continue making 32 and 64 GB versions of the device.
Facebook’s new App Center is now up and running on a number of iPhones, which the social network says are being used as a trial for its store.
A little more than a week after researchers at Kaspersky Lab discovered one of the “most sophisticated” viruses to date, the authors have sent it a “suicide code” so that it will self-destruct on certain infected computers.
On Wednesday, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) came to a compromise of sorts regarding DNT and how users are able to turn the feature on and off.
Intel is sweet talking advertisers and content providers in order to get their latest television invention off the ground.
This year’s WWDC is likely going to be a doozy. The anticipation and excitement building up to this point could be considered downright deadly to those Apple watchers with pacemakers or other known heart conditions.
It looks like the long and twisting saga of the New iPad Down Under is coming to a close as Apple finally agreed to shell out the big bucks in order to appease the powers that be.
Being connected, anytime and anywhere, is becoming an ubiquitous reality in our mobile world, and to demonstrate that reality, Verizon Communications is taking control of the wheel and steering us down the mobile highway to a mobile connectivity in a whole new way.
- Small missiles, especially grape, canister, fragments of iron, and the like, when fired, as upon an enemy at close quarters.
- To fire mitraille at.