ZDNet: According to the Financial Times of London (paywall), Richard Yu, chairman of Huawei’s consumer business group, said at the launch of its latest smartphone offering, the Ascend P6, in London: “We are considering these sorts of acquisitions; maybe the combination has some synergies but depends on the willingness of Nokia.” “We are open minded,” Yu told reporters. ?
Turns out that Microsoft’s Windows in the Classroom Surface Experience Project, a 10,000 Surface RT giveaway targeted at educators, was just the beginning of the company’s efforts to push its new tablet into the education market.
Jordan Carver grocery shopping at Target – Getting Angry!
As Russia braces itself for the introduction of a tough new anti-piracy law, the major labels have begun blitzing Russia's Facebook equivalent with copyright takedowns. The music of popular artists is currently being removed en masse...Show More Summary
This man offered to ask the NSA to delete anyone's PRISM records. The only problem: The court that runs PRISM has no address.
When faced with a can of tear gas, the natural reaction for most protesters is to run and hide, face covered. This guy is not like most protesters.
Looking to capitalize on the launch of its new “Predictivity” Big Data and analytics platform for the Industrial Internet, GE has outlined a number of expanded partnerships with companies at the cutting edge of Big Data, including Accenture, Pivotal and … Continue reading ?
Maciej Ceglowski: The security state operates as a ratchet. Once you click in a new level of surveillance or intrusiveness, it becomes the new baseline. What was unthinkable yesterday becomes permissible in exceptional cases today, and routine tomorrow. Show More Summary
Rumors about a move to Dell are untrue. So what then?
Ed Carter just wanted to distribute some deluxe edition board games, but he ended up with a house in foreclosure.
Tough new anti-piracy legislation that allows for sites to be quickly blocked by ISPs following allegations of copyright infringement has been passed by Russia's State Duma. Opposition to the bill has been growing, not only from regular...Show More Summary
Another guest at The Cube during our second day of coverage at O’Reilly Fluent is Ann Spencer, Editor for O’Reilly’s Strata Practice Media. We’re delighted to have a chat with her because SiliconAngle has been to every single one ofShow More Summary
Adobe has finally announced the release of its long-awaited and somewhat controversial Creative Cloud suite of design applications. In a blog post this morning, the company said that hundreds of new features and enhancements have been added to the updated … Continue reading ?
Now you can get free internet access anywhere around the world, find wifi access on the road, anywhere using wifi networks from nearby hotspots, cafe, restaurants, bars, finding their passwords from the tips left on foursquare (no foursquare account required however). VenueSpot is new app with apps – 4sqwifi (iOS) and Venue Spot (Android), the [...]Show More Summary
Kristin "M.K." and Chapman Ducote are seeking damages after their Kickstarter project was abruptly pulled.
Growing numbers of technology experts are invading the annual advertising schmooze fest on the French Riviera this week, in a further sign of the transforming effect new technologies are having on the ad business.
Google is at it again proving that they are far more than just a search engine. This past week Google sat out to test their newest invention from the same lab that brought you Google glasses comes Project Loon. The purpose of this project is to insure that the World Wide Web is truly just that, [...]
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Together with four other internet providers in the United States, Time Warner Cable is sending copyright alerts to customers who use BitTorrent to pirate movies, TV-shows and music. The goal of the "six strikes" program is to inform subscribers that their connection are being used to infringe copyrights while pointing them towards legal alternatives. Show More Summary