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|Archived Since:||February 3, 2010|
by Darren Allan It appears that the iPhone 6 might not boast a sapphire glass display, after all – or at least not to begin with, according to the latest piece of gossip on the Apple smartphone front. Read more about Has Apple dropped Sapphire Glass from iPhone 6 plans?
This is a tablet designed by gamers for gamers. It is the latest addition to the NVIDIA Shield line and while it does have the typical tablet look it is by no means an iPad clone. Read more about Hands on With the Shield Tablet: If You Game You’ll Love It
by Paul Cooper The U.S. Congress may not be able to get much done, but apparently there’s one task they have no trouble performing – editing Wikipedia articles. Read more about Government trolls banned from Wikipedia
by Jamie Hinks Salesforce is rolling out Sales Cloud with a range of new features designed to make it easier to retain and interact with prospective customers. Read more about Salesforce.com rolls out cloud-based sales tools
According to a blog post on the dating site OkCupid, founder Christian Rudder admitted that they’ve tried various experiments on their users too. Read more about OkCupid conducts social experiments on love
There have been some big happenings in the cloud space recently, but what does the future hold for cloud computing? Read more about The future of the cloud
by Joe Jejune The 3D Printed Products Store is a marketplace for print on-demand products. Read more about Amazon jumps into the 3D printing market
by Jamie Hinks Red Shirt Survey survey finds over half of all network professionals lack job recognition. Read more about Red Shirt Survey: Network Pros don't get no respect
by Ajay Chowdhury What does it mean to be truly "mobile first, why is it important, and how do you do it right? Read more about Making a great "mobile first" app, the right way
by Darren Allan According to the latest rumour, the larger 5.5in iPhone 6 delay due to Apple’s sales strategy. Read more about Is Apple delaying iPhone 6 phablet on purpose?
by Darren Allan Good news for those with a Chromecast, or those thinking of buying one – you can now get three free months worth of tunes. Read more about Google gives away 90 days free unlimited music streaming with Chromecast dong...
by Jamie Hinks Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab say the new malware is a lot harder to detect that its predecessor, Cryptolocker, as it uses Tor to remain anonymous. Read more about Kaspersky discovers scary new ransomware called Onion
by Barclay Ballard Bose, a brand name audio technology company, is going after Apple's Beats Electronics for patent infringement and they could be on to something. Read more about So it begins: Apple/Beats getting sued by Bose
by Jamie Hinks Big data supercomputing is going to be put its powers to good use helping former military personnel using the USAA website. Read more about IBM’s Watson supercomputer helps out the USAA
by Paul Cooper Russia contemplating legeslative 'sanctions' of its own against US tech companies. Read more about Angry Russia to 'sanction' US tech firms
Yesterday the California Department of Technology and IBM announced CalCloud, a new technology model powered by cloud computing. Read more about California gov steps into the cloud
by Jamie Hinks New research shows consumers don’t trust retailers to keep personal and financial data safe from hackers. Read more about 29% of consumers don’t trust retailers to keep financial data safe
by Jamie Hinks The Apple iPhone 6 launch event is being tentatively scheduled for the second or third week of September. Read more about iPhone 6 launch scheduled for mid-September (probably)
The EU criticized Google yesterday for telling publishers about removed right to be forgotten links, said there is no such thing as censorship and it was all Google’s fault to begin with. Read more about EU says right to be forgotten is Google’s mess
Regulators are not happy about Google's handling of "right to be forgotten." Read more about Google skirts European privacy ruling and causes a stink