...and that's why it doesn't have to cough up that $6.9m Samsung has taken a new tack in its ongoing patent royalty spat with Microsoft, claiming that its former partnership with Redmond should be considered null and void as it could violate US antitrust law.…
If you’ve been following my past few dining out adventures, then you know I’ve been on a bit of a vegan/vegetarian kick. Well, that’s still happening. The Wheel of Life is a Thai cuisine restaurant offering authentic Thai dishes, except […]
Developing countries don't have the high-tech equipment needed to quickly diagnose the disease, but they do have millions of cellphones. One UCLA professor has a way to turn those phones into diagnostic centers. There are 6.8 billion cellphone subscriptions in the world. Show More Summary
In the middle of the Twilight media storm of 2008, a film called Let the Right One In came out of Sweden with the completely opposite take on how to make a "vampire movie". The film was an instant hit with filmmakers and critics across the board because of its perfect, minimal approach to horror set in the quiet snowscape of Sweden. Read more...
Hopefully you guys are gearing up for a fun-filled Halloween, but we wouldn't let October slip by without rounding up the very best games and best apps for iPhone and iPad that have been released in the last 30 days. We've got a ton of running and racing games this month, plus one of the best RPGs we've seen in the App Store in awhile. Show More Summary
BBM, BlackBerry's messaging app, updated on Friday and brought along with it a bevy of new features. Among them, though, is something everyone probably wishes they had: the ability to unsend a message. BlackBerry calls it "MessageShow More Summary
We've got a special guest this week who I'm totally not going to spoil, you're just going to have to listen to the podcast. We kick stuff off with some wrestling chat, so if that kind of thing grinds your gears just skip forward to about fifteen minutes in. After that, we talk about a
iAnnotate (US$9.99) is a full-featured iPad app for marking up PDF files with highlighting, diagrams, notes, and even audio comments. Standout features include the ability to markup DOC and PPT files as well as PDF documents. The app allows you to...
Forget 'Monster Mash,' haunt the dance floor with this hot Halloween playlist.
Dropping out of left field like a foul fly ball from the Kansas City Royals this week, the Microsoft Band was a surprise. Part fitness band, part computer, part mobile Twitter and stock-checking smartgadget, the Band is a mix of things. And it pretty much works. Show More Summary
This week, the Culinary Institute of America is hiring a social media manager, while Desert Publications needs a digital media specialist. MME is seeking an account executive for ads, PR and social media, and Salon Media Group is on the hunt for an assistant social media editor. Show More Summary
Apple is once again facing "iPhone" naming writes woes, this time in a challenge coming from Indian firm iVoice Enterprises, which claims the phonetic similarity between iPhone and its own "iFon" destroyed the project before it got off the ground.
Following the Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo's crash landing Friday that killed one person and left another injured, hundreds who have already booked a flight on one of the first space tourism vehicles are left wondering about the future...Show More Summary
The fakes are coming! The fakes are coming! Today we have 10 more images you may have seen floating around the internet recently. But don’t believe your lying eyes. They’re all totally fake. More »
This flying car looks pretty damn cool in both flight and road modes, but especially when it opens up like a transformer. After being certified by the Slovak Federation of Ultra-Light Flying, the AeroMobil 3.0 has started final regular flight-testing this month. Read more...
Following in the footsteps of Apple, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and others, Amazon has released the diversity statistics of its workforce, and they're in line with what we've seen from its many tech competitors. The post Amazon Joins Google and Facebook in Exposing Tech’s Gender Gap appeared first on WIRED.
Le Monde reports that quadrotors of various shapes and sizes have been flying over some of France’s (numerous) nuclear power plants over the course of the past few weeks, causing mild alarm, embarrassment for the Air Force that’s supposed to police the air space and a judicial enquiry. More »