This Jedi is having fun with the students over at King’s College London (KCL). [JesterLads | Via TA]
The state of Texas is taking a bold step towards protecting online privacy. Governor Rick Perry has signed HB 2268, a first-in-the-nation law that requires state and local law enforcement agents to seek a search warrant before accessing and reading Texans’ private email communications. Show More Summary
Rumors about a move to Dell are untrue. So what then?
Samsung today introduced the industry’s first NFC (Near Field Communication)-enabled color laser printer and multi-function printers (MFPs) Xpress C410W series that let users print high quality photos and documents from their smartphones with ease. The new printer Xpress C410W series ….
Almost two-thirds of the world still does not have access to high-speed internet, but Google is determined to change that. Unfortunately, setting up an affordable infrastructure in remote areas is beyond even a huge multinational corporation's...Show More Summary
In 2011, Disney scored a big hit with their excellent physics game Where’s My Water. They’ve since released an animated YouTube series and a Phineas and Ferb spinoff called Where’s My Perry. The next installment in the “Where’s My” empire is Where’s My Mickey, which stars the most famous mouse on the planet. Where’s My [...]
Singapore Changi Airport unveiled today its latest attraction that blends avant-garde design with interactive technology, allowing travellers to share their photo and video memories instantly and to retrieve them on subsequent visits to the airport. At close to nine metres ….
Ed Carter just wanted to distribute some deluxe edition board games, but he ended up with a house in foreclosure.
As it stands, Windows Phone 8 devices are powered by dual-core processors, which on paper might make them look like a slouch compared to the quad-core powered Android devices, but then again the argument could be made that Windows Phone [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Rock zapping laser not included. (Credit: Stephen Pakbaz) Here's another accomplishment that NASA's Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover can add to its resume: the Mars-trotting robot will soon become an official Lego model. LegoShow More Summary
It's no coincidence that the rise in social media coincides with a rise in importance of word of mouth. Social media is amplifying word of mouth referrals. I'm always interested to hear how other companies have embraced change over the past decade.
Buried deep within the first beta release of iOS 7 are a handful of neat and potentially useful features. The hidden enhancements were dug up by Hamza Sood and offer a tad bit of insight into what we might expect in later versions of iOS or even when the latest version ships to the public this fall. Read more...
Paper for iPad creator FiftyThree has today announced that it has secured $15 million in funding to build a suite of “mobile tools for creativity.” It’s quite an achievement for an app startup, particularly one that isn’t a smash-hit game, but if FiftyThree’s upcoming apps are anywhere near as successful as Paper, the investment will [...]Show More Summary
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Digg Reader Will Launch Just Before Google Reader Shuts Down (SocialTimes) Digg will open its new RSS platform, Digg Reader, just weeks ahead of Google Reader’s expiration date, the company announced on Monday. Show More Summary
Part of why Apple’s iPhones, iPods and iPads are so successful are their operating systems and now, Apple have revealed iOS7, …
Laptops and Ultrabooks are definitely part of the future computing landscape, as not many people like to remain tethered to their desks any more with a fat desktop computer. The thing is, laptops still pale in comparison when it comes to tasks such as music editing or composition when compared to a desktop, since attempting [...]
Some believe Apple hurried the launch of iOS 7 at WWDC 2013 and there are a lot of unfinished and unpolished edges. iOS 7 was just demoed on iPhone 5 and the current beta version is only compatible on iPhone ….
One of the first things I loved about my first iPad—a first-generation model bought about six months after the product launched in 2010—was the native Notes application. Silly? Sure: Even now the app is limited, providing basically a plain text file that’s mostly useful for making a grocery list or jotting down quick ideas. Show More Summary
With the iPhone 5S shaping up to be pretty much an identical device to last year’s iPhone 5 except a marginally faster processor and (fingers crossed!) some cool new fingerprint sensor technology, eyes are on the so-called “budget iPhone” as 2013’s new hotness. Although the ‘budget iPhone’ will address the mid-market, it’s still an exciting [...]Show More Summary
We’ve been hearing the rumors that Nokia could be prepping a phablet of sorts, presumably to go up against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note series of phablets and other devices from other manufacturers. Well thanks to a presentation [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.