06 September 2011

Galaxy Tab 7.7 pulled from IFA after new Apple moves

Galaxy Tab 7.7 pulled from IFA after new Apple moves
Register
By Jan Libbenga • Get more from this author IFA 2011 Barely one day after the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin opened its doors to the general public, Samsung had to pull its unreleased Galaxy Tab 7.7 from its booth, including all posters and ...
Smallest motor is single molecule
BBC News
The motor, made from a single molecule just a billionth of a metre across, is reported in Nature Nanotechnology. The minuscule motor could have applications in both nanotechnology and in medicine, where tiny amounts of work can be put to efficient use. ...
Rhinos set for stem cell 'rescue'
BBC News
By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News In a novel marriage of conservation and modern biology, scientists have created stem cells from two endangered species, which could help ensure their survival. The northern white rhino is one of the ...
Fake DigiNotar web certificate risk to Iranians
BBC News
Fresh evidence has emerged that stolen web security certificates may have been used to spy on people in Iran. Analysis by Trend Micro suggests a spike in the number of compromised DigiNotar certificates being issued to the Islamic Republic. ...
AT&T could escape fee in T-Mobile deal-source
Reuters
By Peter Maushagen FRANKFURT, Sept 5 (Reuters) - AT&T may not have to pay Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) a multi-billion dollar breakup fee, even if its $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA fails, a person familiar with the matter said. ...
Hackers go on DNS rampage
TG Daily
A group of hackers - ostensibly from Turkey - went on a DNS rampage over the weekend. A number of websites, including The Register, The Daily Telegraph and UPS, were affected by the hack, which resulted in visitors being redirected to third-party ...
'Missing heat' climate paper: Journal editor resigns
Register
By Andrew Orlowski • Get more from this author Wolfgang Wagner, the editor of new open access science journal Remote Sensing has resigned, re-opening the debate about the politicisation of science publishing. The August edition of Remote Sensing ...
Google Buys Motorola Mobility for Patent Protection
eWeek
Google intends to run Motorola Mobility as a separate business should the deal close in 2011 or early 2012. Google surprised many watchers in the high-tech world with its $12.5 billion acquisition bid for key Android phone maker Motorola Mobility on ...
BlackBerry Curve 9360 hands-on preview (video)
This Is My Next
What can $80 or so on contract get you in BlackBerrys these days? I just spent some time with RIM's new BlackBerry Curve 9360 to find out. While it runs BlackBerry OS 7 and has a faster processor than its predecessor, it still lacks a touchscreen ...
Dragon Quest X landing on Wii and Wii-U in 2012
GameSpot
By Jonathan Leo Toyad, GameSpot Asia Tenth title in the Dragon Quest franchise for Nintendo's platforms will have an online focus. Tenth title in the Dragon Quest franchise for Nintendo's platforms will have an online focus. During the recent Dragon ...
Warhammer 40000: Space Marine Exterminatus DLC Coming In October
Cinema Blend
Relic Entertainment is preparing some co-op downloadable content for their third-person action game Warhammer 40000: Space Marine. The Exterminatus DLC will be released in October for free. The Exterminatus mode is an online-only survival mode for four ...
You may be able to see the closest Supernova in 25-years tonight
SlashGear
You may be able to gander at the closest supernova to Earth that astronomers have discovered in the last 25-years from your own backyard tonight. All you need to get your eyes on the new supernova is a small telescope or even binoculars. ...
Apple's Newest iPhone On Pre-Order With T-Mobile In Germany
paidContent.org
Deutsche Telekom (NYSE: DT), which may find itself in a pickle with its US operator T-Mobile USA if AT&T (NYSE: T) acquisition gets blocked—and still cannot offer the iPhone on its US network—got a little sweet burst of breathless hype on its home turf ...
Incredible Batmobile replica roars onto eBay
The Tech Herald
by Steven Mostyn - Sep 5 2011, 12:49 If living the life of DC's heroic Batman is an unfulfilled dream, chances are you'll begin frothing uncontrollably when we tell you that a pant-wettingly sexy turbine-powered Batmobile is presently on offer via eBay ...
Toshiba's Ultrabook is its skinniest and lightest Portege
The Tech Herald
by Steven Mostyn - Sep 5 2011, 12:05 Until tablet computer manufacturers add genuine productivity value to their snazzy and desirable touch-screen slabs, the simple truth remains that ye olde notebook is still the best piece of hardware for demanding ...
Menu Loving Diablo 3 Fan Leaks Beta Footage
Escapist Magazine
Who doesn't want to see Diablo 3's menus being used in real time? Lots of people, probably. Today I learned that Diablo 3 has quite a lot of menus. It probably has plenty of content that isn't menus too, but you'd be hard pressed to believe it if you ...
League of Legends will shut down its Mac client Tuesday, so play now
Joystiq
by Jessica Conditt on Sep 4th 2011 1:30PM Riot Games has officially canceled OSX support for League of Legends, concluding after 13 months of work with TransGaming and Mac beta-testing. The Mac beta client will be shut down "indefinitely" at 12 am on ...
Persona 2: Innocent Sin Finally Migrates To The PSP
GamerFront
A lot of PSP owners have been waiting for a string of titles to hit the handheld for some time. That time is now, and Persona 2: Innocent Sin will now be available for purchase on September 20th. The game is an RPG that debuted on the PSOne back in the ...
HTC Responds to Claims That It Is Tracking Sensation, Evo 3D Users
TechnoBuffalo
By Killian Bell on September 5, 2011 (5 seconds ago) in HTC Last week, following the release of an over-the-air Android Gingerbread update for the HTC Sensation and Evo 3D, one user discovered a reference in the source code for 'User Behavior Logging', ...
Assassin's Creed – Revelations: Multiplayer Beta Starts
Gamebandits (blog)
Ubisoft formally announced that Multiplayer Beta for its highly anticipated historical assassination action game, Assassin's Creed – Revelations is going to be playable starting September 3. The Beta period will last up until September 11. ...
Earthquake Prediction Still Stymies Scientists
ABC News
By ALICIA CHANG AP Science Writer The East Coast earthquake left more than just residents unaccustomed to feeling the ground shake and sway in a daze. It also surprised some scientists who spend their careers trying to untangle the mysteries of sudden ...
Modern Warfare fan movie gets sequel
Videogamer.com
Activision has released a sequel to the fan made Call of Duty short, Find Makarov. The seven minute follow-up is titled Find Makarov: Operation Kingfish. The short reveals a key moment in Modern Warfare history as Soap recalls one of his most memorable ...
LG's Dual Play TV Gives Gamers Separate Views On The Same Panel
Hot Hardware
Sony recently introduced a television that would allow two players to view the same screen while playing multiplayer. The idea was to decouple the 3D effect in order to mask one player's view from the other, giving each of them a 2D view of their own ...
John Farr: Is "High-Def" Technology Ruining the Look of Classic ...
By John Farr
This 63-year-old feature looked almost as if it had been shot last week. I was intensely aware of Moira Shearer's heavy make-up and could literally see Anton Walbrook's pores. It was fascinating, hypnotic, but also more than a little distracting.
The Blog
Technology's Interconnected World | The Big Picture
By Barry Ritholtz
The Big Picture - Macro Perspective on the Capital Markets, Economy, Technology, and Digital Media · think tank · video · book club · weekend · subscribe via RSS · feedburner stats · About · Contact · Managed Assets · Speaking · Disclosures ...
The Big Picture
Is Technology Necessary For Learning? | Care2 Causes
By Kristina C.
Does investing in technology pay off in terms of test scores?
Care2 Causes
The Faculty Lounge: NYT on Technology in Classrooms
By Eric Muller
Did you see this article in yesterday's New York Times about technology in classrooms? Pretty devastating. Although it's about K-12 classrooms, its central point is something we would all do well to reckon with. We're introducing technology ...
The Faculty Lounge
ABBYY appears on Gitex Technology Week with its new OCR ...
ABBYY, a provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic technologies and services, together with Al Hosani Computer LLC, ABBYY software distributor in the United Arab Emirates, Oman,...
AMEinfo.com Latest News
Is DRS technology the problem or the solution? | Firstpost
Is there scope for perfection in an imperfect world? For some reason, the BCCI believes there is but perhaps the best way to go about things would be to hand over power to the umpires once again.
Firstpost
High hopes for technology, few results — Joanne Jacobs
By Joanne
In this technology-centric classroom, students are bent over laptops, some blogging or building Facebook pages from the perspective of Shakespeare's characters. One student compiles a song list from the Internet, picking a tune by the rapper ...
Joanne Jacobs
Will Liberty Survive Technology? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
By Timothy Baldwin
America has a love affair with technology. We “can't live without it”. So we suppose. “[A] new poll by National Public Radio, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government shows that people overwhelmingly think ...
Tenth Amendment Center Blog
PhD Position in Development of Process Technology for Biocatalytic ...
By priyanka
Technical University of Denmark offers PhD position in Development of Process Technology for Biocatalytic Processes in Denmark Study Subject(s):Development.
College Scholarships, PhD Scholarship...
Robert Bosch Venture Capital Investment in IDENT Technology AG ...
By admin
Robert Bosch Venture Capital Investment in IDENT Technology AG to Launch 3D Gesture Control Chip.
Popular Science
Sony: MS policies are "protecting an inferior technology" | Games ...
SCEA's Rob Dyer says Microsoft is more concerned with its platform than with consumers.
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