Dell tells HP to stay in the PC business
By Madeline Bennett DELL CEO Michael Dell has been touting the benefits of being in the PC business, in a thinly veiled swipe at rival HP's previous announcement that it will spin off its PC division. Speaking at the Oracle Open World show on Tuesday, ...
Last Week's PS3 Teaser Video Leads to a New Line of PS3 Ads
By Chris Pereira, 10/05/2011 Last week's teaser video filled with various PlayStation game references promised something was coming on October 5. Despite what some predicted, it's not meant to promote the PlayStation Home relaunch or any new games; ...
Apple Chief Tim Cook Passes His First Test
I'm a Fellow at the Adam Smith Institute in London, a writer here and there on this and that and strangely, one of the global experts on the metal scandium, one of the rare earths. An odd thing to be but someone does have to be such and in this flavour ...
Google+ offers third party applications search access to public posts
By Lawrence Latif SOCIAL NETWORK Google+ now allows applications to search for public posts as part of its applications programming interface (API). Google+ will allow users to search not just on words in posts but by name, biography, location, ...
New iPod nano no threat to smartwatches…. yet.
By Kevin C. Tofel Oct. 5, 2011, 8:18am PT No Comments A slightly improved iPod nano took a back seat to the iPhone 4S and iOS 5 announcements at Tuesday's Apple event. The small touchscreen music player sees a price drop on both the 8 GB and 16 GB ...
Apple iPhone 4S smartphone to be carried by KDDI in Japan
Apple has announced that Japanese carrier KDDI will offer the new iPhone 4S when it is launched later this month. Prior to this, Softbank was the only carrier in Japan that offered the iPhone. Softbank has announced it will offer the iPhone 4S on ...
Google, Microsoft war over cloud-based software apps escalates
San Jose Mercury News
By Mike Swift The pitched battle between Google (GOOG) and Microsoft to sell software applications that run on the Internet "cloud" is escalating. The tech giants have already engaged in a public war of words this year as they vied to sign up ...
GE Joins With Nissan to Accelerate Adoption of Electric Vehicles
R & D Magazine
By General Electric Company Today GE and Nissan announced they are embarking on a joint, two-year R&D collaboration to speed up the creation of a reliable charging infrastructure for electric vehicles like the Nissan LEAF. The announcement comes at ...
New AppleCare+ Plan Has Your iPhone Covered for $99
Prone to smartphone-related accidents? Don't worry, Apple has a new iPhone AppleCare+ plan — one that covers accidental damage, such as stepping on your iPhone or accidentally flushing it down the toilet. The new plan gives your iPhone one year of ...
New Study Shows High Radiation 60 Kilometers from Japanese Power Plant
Voice of America
October 05, 2011 New Study Shows High Radiation 60 Kilometers from Japanese Power Plant VOA News A new study shows high levels of radioactive contamination in the Japanese city of Fukushima, some 60 kilometers from the site of the world's worst nuclear ...
European Space Agency to Probe Dark and Light
by Daniel Clery on 5 October 2011, 11:37 AM | 0 Comments Europe will launch two missions to study the sun and the mysterious "dark energy" that is speeding the universe's expansion in launch slots slated for 2017 and 2019. The two mission, dubbed Solar ...
Apple's iOS 5 GM - Available Now (For Everyone)
One week from today, Apple will finally release iOS 5 to the public, after seven betas and one GM version were made available to developers. However, if you really, really want to begin using the next OS now and aren'ta developer, we've got some news ...
Report says mussels, nutrients damage Great Lakes
Wall Street Journal
AP TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A one-two punch of excessive nutrients and ravenous mussels is causing a sharp drop-off in Great Lakes fish populations and the worst outbreak of algae blooms in decades, says a report released Tuesday. ...
Scientists Find That Sewage Is A Virus Goldmine
By Katherine Harmon Sewage. We know it's filled with germs that can make us sick, which is why we try to keep it far away from food and water supplies. But sewage should be the first place to go—if you're looking for unknown viruses. ...
Siri isn't search technology, but it can still hurt Google — Tech News ...
By Ryan Kim
Though Steve Jobs said he didn't consider Siri a search company, but instead an artificial intelligence company, the rollout of Siri on the iPhone 4S can serve to divert some search traffic away from Google, which could eat into Google's mobile ...
New Technology Aims To Cut Down On Drowsy Driving « CBS ...
By Todd Feurer
You know the feeling: you've been on the road too long, your eyes are getting heavy, you wonder if you can make it just a little bit further. Now, as CBS 2's Mary Kay Kleist reports, there's newtechnology to keep drivers awake on the road.
Technology: A Complex History : Lawyers, Guns & Money
By Erik Loomis
As a U.S. historian who works a lot on the history of technology, I certainly don't misunderstand its history. Yglesias is not wrong exactly, but that he has a classically American way of thinking about these issues that overlooks the deep ...
Lawyers, Guns & Money
Fred Singer: Technology Students Will Embrace in 2011
By Fred Singer
Modern students are embracing new technology to maximize their academic experiences. From campus apps to classroom appliances, new technologies are all centered around keeping students engaged and informed.
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Apple unveils iPhone 4S - Technology & Science - CBC News
Apple Inc. has unveiled a new, faster version of the iPhone 4 that takes voice commands — at least in the U.S..
05 October 2011
Dell tells HP to stay in the PC business
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