They're Alive! Why Apple Products Are Irresistible
By Jeffrey Kluger Friday, Oct. 07, 2011 Steve Jobs was one of the greatest biologists of our time. The late Apple chief will be rightly remembered for his design and marketing genius, but it was his understanding of the look and behavior of organisms ...
Sony Shares Fall After Report of Ericsson Venture Buyout
By Mariko Yasu and Diana ben-Aaron Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Sony Corp. fell in Tokyo trading after the Wall Street Journal reported the company is nearing an agreement to buy Ericsson AB's stake in their 10-year-old mobile-phone venture. ...
Sprint CEO Says IPhone to Be One of Most Profitable Devices
Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Sprint Nextel Corp. Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse said the iPhone will be one of the company's most profitable devices, quelling investor concerns the device will hurt the third-largest US wireless carrier's earnings. ...
Google puts MySQL in App Engine Cloud with Google Cloud SQL
By Sean Gallagher | Published October 7, 2011 10:16 AM Google has filled a major hole in its platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering with the introduction of Google Cloud SQL, a relational database service for developers building applications in Java and ...
Samsung, Micron bake 3D chips for next-gen RAM
By Chris Mellor • Get more from this author We're hitting a memory wall, if you didn't know, and processor cores are going to be held up because DRAM can't scale up enough or ship 'em data fast enough. Samsung and Micron aim to fix that with 3D memory ...
Poll: European Concern About Climate Change Grows
A new survey shows that more than two-thirds of EU citizens see climate change as a very serious problem, and a vast majority think fighting it can create jobs and help the economy. The poll says 68 percent of the people in the EU consider climate ...
Stephen Colbert thanks Steve Jobs in tribute
By Tim Molloy NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - Stephen Colbert paid tribute to Steve Jobs on Thursday's "Colbert Report," calling him "a visionary who changed the way we use computers, listen to music, communicate, and stay awake in meetings. ...
Surprise High Energy Pulses Blast From the Crab
Astronomers from the VERITAS collaboration have detected an extremely energetic and unexpected blast from the Crab pulsar. Instead of being "baffled," as I'm sure someone is going to say, these astronomers are excited about the chance to redefine how ...
How Oracle's Public Cloud Is Different
By building its public cloud on Exadata and Exalogic appliances and implementing monthly subscription-based pricing, Oracle seeks to challenge Amazon, Rackspace. By Charles Babcock InformationWeek Oracle has made a commitment to cloud computing and it ...
"The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" to debut off-Broadway
Two years after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, Steve Jobs delivered and inspiring commencement speech about life and death to students Stanford University. (CBS) A one man play based on Steve Jobs' life and his impact on humanity is set to ...
Windows Phone 7, Day 29: Five Things I Like Most about WP7 'Mango'
By Tony Bradley, PCWorld Following the established precedent from past "30 Days" series, Day 28 was devoted to my top five complaints about Windows Phone 7. Today's 30 Days With Windows Phone 7 post is the counter to yesterday--my five favorite things ...
Double-Whammy Knocked Uranus to Its Side
At least two Earth-sized objects may have smashed into the planet, toppling it on a tilt. By Irene Klotz Uranus' orbit is tiltled far more than another other planet in the solar system. Previous studies suggest the planet was hit by an object about ...
RIM buys NewBay in $100m deal
IRISH SOFTWARE firm NewBay has been acquired by Canadian smartphone maker Research in Motion in a $100 million deal. NewBay staff were informed of the company's purchase by the Blackberry maker yesterday. It is understood that RIM intends to keep ...
Lenovo's IdeaPad A1 now on sale: a slice of Gingerbread for under $200
By Jesse Hicks posted Oct 7th 2011 10:52AM Been anxiously awaiting Lenovo's 7-inch Gingerbread tablet ever since we first touched it back in September? Sure you have. Well, maybe you have. If so, grab that cash that's burning a hole in your pocket so ...
Chivalry is not dead - if you're a cricket
Researchers from Exeter University showed how some male field crickets will overtly put their mating partner's lives ahead of their own, by guarding them as they seek cover from predators. LONDON -- Contrary to popular beliefs that chivalry is a virtue ...
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Breaks Through Resistance at $4.92
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Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) has opened bullishly above the pivot of $4.81 today and has reached the first level of resistance at $4.92. Should the shares continue to rise, the resistance pivots of $5.02 and $5.23 will be of interest. ...
Electric vehicles: has a revved-up topic stalled?
Here are a couple thoughts on electric vehicles in the United States, and a few references to recent coverage. Hold the phone calls, please. This is not about the merit of the case, but my view of the likely behavior of the market and a few factors ...
The Steve Jobs Legacy On Green Technology
Jobs leaves many legacies and discussions will be had in days, weeks and even years ahead about how much of a technological visionary he really was. The question we ask here is -- what about his contributions to green technology?
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Paraplegics see potential miracle in brainwave technology ...
By Edwin Kee
We've seen how simple games that utilize one's brainwaves work before, and perhaps something in the similar vein might offer [...]
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ModiFace Technology Gives Shoppers Virtual Makeovers @PSFK
The new cross-platform apps simulate cosmetics, skin-care products and apparel.
New Chemical Detection Technology
Moffett Field CA (SPX) Oct 07, 2011 - NASA scientists are creating technology that can detect hazardous chemical compounds in the air with a smart phone. Jing Li, a physical scientist at NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.
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Steve Jobs: Technology Doesn't Change the World, People Do ...
By Klint Finley
We obviously love technology at SiliconAngle, but you don't have to agree with Jobs that the problem with the education is unions to agree that technology alone won't fix the problem. Here's an excerpt from the interview to keep in mind as we ...
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By Jeremy Toeman
Steve Jobs: the Father of Consumer Technology. October 6th, 2011 by Jeremy Toeman. I surprised myself with the emotional reaction to hearing about Steve Jobs' passing yesterday. I guess I knew it was coming, but having never met the man ...
Arlington National Cemetery: Enhancing operations with technology ...
By Brittany Brown
Share The Army National Cemeteries Program leadership testified today before the House Veterans Affairs' Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs, along with the Acting Army Inspector General Maj. Gen....
Technology can personalize learning — Joanne Jacobs
Using Technology to Personalize Learning and Assess Students in Real-Time, a new Brookings study by Darrell West, looks at new ways to teach made possible by technology. Imagine schools where students master vital skills and critical ...
9 things you didn't know about the life of Steve Jobs | Technology ...
Read '9 things you didn't know about the life of Steve Jobs' from our blog Technology News Blog on Yahoo! News. For all of his years in the spotlight at the helm ...