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In a response to Samsung's ad push, Apple is now planning on using an in-house ad agency for future promotions and the efforts could include a team with a staff of about 1,000.
Instead of just "reporting" – or perhaps "mocking" – the news on the HBO series Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, the comedian made headlines on Tuesday for his rant about the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) 120-day public comment period over proposed net neutrality regulations.
Microsoft announced this week that it will release a beta version of Skype Translate, a near real-time translation tool, by later this year.
Windows Phone is about to get an update. While Microsoft rolled out Windows 8.1 on desktops and PCs last October, Windows Phone will get its own update later this year as Microsoft has announced the Windows Phone Preview for Developers this week.
On Thursday Google Inc. won a dismissal in a long-running lawsuit by the US Authors Guild, which sued the search giant, alleging that its plans to create a digital library in essence amounted to copyright infringement.
A year after the release of Microsoft’s radically new Windows 8 operating system, the company has released the first significant upgrade, Windows 8.1.
Sudoku, the logic-based combinatorial number-placement puzzle, often challenges players but now its layout could be used to solve another problem – theft of copyrighted images.
This morning T-Mobile UK tweeted that BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) would be available for iOS and Android on June 27. The tweet, which has been since removed, reportedly even served up an image of a BBM conversation running on a Samsung Android-powered device.
A new report shows that oral conditions like tooth decay and periodontitis may affect as many as 3.9 billion people worldwide – more than half the total global population.
Australian police say they have arrested the self-proclaimed leader of the international hacktivist organization known as Lulz Security, or LulzSec.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.