Report: Apple Investigates iPhone 4S Battery Issue
By Sara Yin Apple engineers have begun contacting iPhone 4S owners about a known "issue" with its battery. Ever since the iPhone 4S hit stores two weeks ago, owners have been complaining of inexplicable drops in the iPhone 4S' battery, ...
Mozilla Builds a Special Bing'ed Firefox For Microsoft
Tom's Hardware Guide
This new Firefox features Bing as its default search engine instead of Google. According to Mozilla, the browser is an extension of the "partnership" the company announced with Microsoft in 2010. For Mozilla, the "Firefox with Bing" browser is ...
Apple Plans To Build Massive Solar Farm In North Carolina
Permits dug up by the Charlotte Observer have revealed Apple Inc.'s plan to build a gigantic solar farm to help power its recently built $1 billion data center in North Carolina. Apple has not formally announced the project and did not respond to the ...
Shuttle's Assembly Building Open to the Public
Starting Nov. 1, NASA will offer tours of its gigantic Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to visitors at Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral. It will be the first time in over 30 years that the general public will be granted access inside the building. ...
Nokia Kinetic Device flexes its muscle with a new twist on the traditional ...
Unveiled this week at Nokia World 2011, the Kinetic Device is a flexible OLED smartphone concept that responds to every twist and bend. Along with the long-awaited Lumia 800 and 710, Nokia unveiled a unique OLED smartphone this week at Nokia World 2011 ...
This weekend: First ever iPADS IN SPAAAACE
By Brid-Aine Parnell • Get more from this author NASA will be streaming the live launch of a Russian Progress cargo spaceship this Saturday at 11pm BST, which will be carrying the precious cargo of food, oxygen, water and Apple iPads. ...
After Steve Jobs' Death, Culture Shock Is Inevitable at Apple
By Travis Hoium Posted 7:00AM 10/29/11 Investing, Apple It's a new day at Apple (AAPL). The transition from a dynamic leader like Steve Jobs to a new generation at the helm of the iGiant will change the culture. It won't change in a year -- or maybe ...
Beluga messaging app shuts down December 15, encourages use of Facebook Messenger
Group messaging app Beluga announced yesterday that it would be shutting down its service on December 15. Beluga was purchased by Facebook earlier this year and provides the technology behind Facebook's own Messenger app for Android, iOS, ...
China Has Homemade Supercomputer Gain
New York Times
By JOHN MARKOFF China has made its first supercomputer based on Chinese microprocessor chips, an advance that surprised high-performance computing specialists in the United States. Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines. ...
U.S. Firm Acknowledges Syria Uses Its Gear to Block Web
Wall Street Journal
By JENNIFER VALENTINO-DEVRIES, PAUL SONNE and NOUR MALAS A US company that makes Internet-blocking gear acknowledges that Syria has been using at least 13 of its devices to censor Web activity there—an admission that comes as the Syrian government ...
Google updates its TV as Apple TV speculation grows
San Jose Business Journal
Apple Inc. may be working on a plan to revolutionize the television in the future, but Google Inc. is updating its living room video efforts this weekend. Comments made by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs to his biographer set off a flurry of reports ...