Technology

28
Nov
AT&T removes merge proposal

AT&T is working very hard to save its plan of acquiring T-Mobile USA even though the company’s actions are being thwarted by the government. The company tried to blind the Federal Communications Commission during the weekend stating it had given up on the plan to acquire AT&T. AT&T and Deutsche Telekom, however decided to focus on winning the lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice. "AT&T and Deutsche Telekom are continuing to pursue the... [read news]

24
Nov
New information about Kinect for Windows

It’s been months since the announcement that Kinect’s motion-sensing camera technology was going to make its way to Windows has arrived. But now we found out that the Kinect which will arrive on Windows will not use the same hardware as the one for the Xbox 360 video game system. "Since announcing a few weeks ago that the Kinect for Windows commercial program will launch in early 2012, we've been asked whether there will also be new... [read news]

23
Nov
Best Christmas gift: a tablet

Are you wondering what to buy your friends for Christmas? How about a tablet? A Consumer Reports holiday survey shows that about one in five people are thinking of buying their loved ones a tablet. However, the two new tablets from Amazon and Barnes and Noble are proving to be dangerous competition for the iPad. Although bookseller Barnes and Noble is known for its great e-book readers, its first attempt at developing a tablet has proved to... [read news]

21
Nov
Biggest cybernetic threat: Android OS

A series of mobile security reports and 2012 predictions claim that users will face an explosion in mobile malware. Moreover, it appears that the Android is the weakest victim out there. As Windows is seen as the perfect victim for PC malware due to its popularity so will the Android be perceived. Researchers proved that there had been an increase of 472% in Android malware since July. However the operating system is expected to be approved... [read news]

20
Nov
1,600 users banned from Modern Warfare 3

An old saying says that the cheater never wins. Although the saying doesn’t always ring true, a large number of cheaters will be unable to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 until the end. Infinity Ward has banned about 1,600 players from MW3 because they cheated, exploiting glitches that had not been revealed prior to the launch of the game.ComputerAndVideoGames.com announced that the number is likely to rise considering the fact that users... [read news]

17
Nov
Google Music different from iTunes?

On Wednesday fans were able to try out Google Music, an online music store an also a "free locker" made especially for digital music. By Thursday, users started wondering whether this new service was just another “me too” move on Google’s part in order to mirror Apple and Amazon. This product will be a new war front for the companies. While users need an iPhone or iPod to access iTunes, the music offered by Google can be played on the... [read news]

17
Nov
Honda Civic Natural Gas wins 2012 Green Car of the Year award

The Honda Civic Natural Gas managed to win the 2012 Green Car of the Year award at the L.A. Auto Show which took place on Thursday. The car was chosen as the cleanest-running internal combustion vehicle by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency having a “48 MPGe highway fuel economy rating”. "There is no other vehicle like the Civic Natural Gas on American highways, and this recognition has been a long time coming for Honda," said Ron... [read news]

15
Nov
Google's Android runs on 52% of the smartphone market

Since January, Google's Android has been holding the title of “most widely used smartphone operating system worldwide.” However, in the third quarter of this year, Android managed to run on 52.5% of all smartphones sold, "more than doubling its market share from the third quarter of 2010," according to a study made by the Gartner research firm. It appears that the market is full of dozens of Android smartphones, sold by dozens of... [read news]

15
Nov
Facebook is facing new threat

Facebook Inc. announced on Tuesday that it was investigation a series of unsolicited graphic images that appeared on the accounts of some of these users this week. The images, Internet links and videos all depicting either pornography or violence appeared on the newsfeeds of several users in the recent days. "We have recently experienced an increase in reports and we are investigating and addressing the issue," Facebook spokesman Andrew Noyes... [read news]

13
Nov
How will the Kindle Fire cope once it starts selling?

Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet is due to start shipping on the 15th of November. The tablet has already piqued the interest of customers and it will most likely report significant sales. The question that remains is whether the Kindle Fire will be able to succeed where all other Android tablets have failed, in beating the iPad. Many analysts believe that due to the backing up it receives from Amazon the tablet will be able to sell millions of... [read news]


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