Another week, another batch of Apple rumors. Despite the hubbub over the iPhone 4's antenna issues has just begun to simmer down - or perhaps because of it - one source now claims Apple will introduce a new iPhone in January, along with new iPods in the fall and a smaller iPad. Prepare your grain of salt.
A bicycle can perk you up on the way to work, burn calories, alleviate congestion on roads, and help reduce Co2 emissions, but not everyone wants to arrive to work strapped head to toe in sweat-soaked spandex. On a visit to Kalkhoff eBikes in Portland, OR, we found out more about the niche for electric bicycles, which help commuters get around town on two wheels without breaking a sweat.
It is about time. After years of disappointment at the distinct lack of jetpacks and hover boards that our starry eyed childhoods promised us, the world might finally be ready to develop a real flying car, via the military.
Computers in companies, hospitals and schools around the world got stuck repeatedly rebooting themselves Wednesday after an antivirus program identified a normal Windows file as a virus.
McAfee Inc. confirmed that a software update it posted at 9 a.m. Eastern time caused its antivirus program for corporate customers to misidentify a harmless file. It has posted a replacement update for download.
Apple’s iPad makes a killer Web browser, gaming platform and virtual map, but it is really a superior way to read a book compared to e-readers like Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook? We stack the two types of book alternatives side by side to see what each offers the digital bookworm.
After a rocky 2009 followed by two months of double-digit declines, U.S. retail sales of video game software, hardware and accessories finally saw an uptick in March.
Market researcher NPD Group said Thursday total video game sales climbed 6 percent from the same month a year earlier, to $1.52 billion. Strong sales of Nintendo's gaming systems, new "Pokemon" games and Sony Corp.'s "God of War III" helped boost results.
In a horrifyingly clever new take on ransomware, a new virus in Japan called Kenzero has begun to attach itself to illegally downloaded copies of animated porn based games. It then blackmails the users to keep their actions private.
Apple announced their next operating system for the iPhone today, iPhone OS 4.0. The new OS will bring the long awaited ability to multitask (run multiple apps at once) to the phone. It will however leave iPhone 2G and 3G owners out in the cold as multitasking will only be supported on iPhone 3GS models. Other features of the new OS include an improved Mail application, home screen folders, iBooks, and a social gaming network called "Game Center."
Hot on the heels of launching its new iPad tablet device, Apple has announced it will be holding a special invitation-only event on April 8. The stated purpose? A "peek into the future of iPhone OS." And that means iPhone OS 4.0.
Now that the floodgates to the fledgling tablet market have officially been blown off their hinges by the arrival of the iPad, you can expect to hear a number of new announcements, press leaks, and rumors regarding potential "iPad killers" coming over the next few weeks.
For years, 360 users have been scratching their heads and wondering when their gaming system- manufactured by the top software manufacturer in the world- would supply them with the software necessary to go online and surf the Web. The answer is never.
Back in February, technology giants Intel and Nokia announced they were combining their respective Maemo and Moblin Linux-based platform efforts into a new entity called MeeGo. MeeGo would be running Intel's Moblin under-the-hood components, but relying on Nokia's Maemo user interface framework and Qt development environment for interface and presentation.
It's one thing to vow that you won't go down without a fight...and it's another to tilt at windmills. A Utah jury has found that Novell owns the copyrights to Unix. The ruling perhaps puts the final nail in the coffin of SCO's claims that Linux infringes on copyright it acquired from Novell...although SCO still maintains Linux includes proprietary code that would need to be licensed from SCO.
Doctor Edward Yavitz, a ophthalmologist from Illinois, has filed suit against Microsoft, alleging that the "Buy from FM" feature built into Zune devices-and later extended to the Zune HD-infringes on patents he was granted way back in 2002. The suit, filed in the U.S.
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