Google’s Person Finder set up a method for people to check on friends and family members near the crime scene
Softbank, in response to Dish’s offer to Sprint, has said the pair’s deal is nearly done, but analysts believe the
In its annual Internet Security Threat Report, Symantec reported that it’s seeing more targeted attacks and a focus on Web
Intel executives say that such new chips as “Haswell” and “Bay Trail” will help drive systems that will offer new
You’d think that 2013 would be well past that date when a company could get away with simply blaming
Microsoft takes on Amazon’s cloud by announcing the general availability of its own Windows Azure Infrastructure Services offering.
The HDTV market has been saturated for the past few years, with decreased consumer demand and increased supply leading
In 2012, 95 percent of malware threats targeted Android, says a new report; 2013 has already seen more threats than
Ouya developer kits started shipping out in December and everything looks on track for the retail launch later this
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HP Autonomy is going through a rebirthwith a reinvigorated employee base and several ambitious new initiatives.
Here eWEEK takes a look at the biometric capabilities of the AOptix Stratus and how it might be used in
As Glass hardware rolls off the production line, Google says it’s ready to start shipping.
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Xamarin announced a new Test Cloud service for developers to test their mobile apps. It’s based on the Calabash technology
The first Google Glass devices will be received by users in the next several weeks, according to Google.
Brussels proposes changes to copyright protection legislation, delays planned tax breaks for British game developers.
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Google chairman Eric Schmidt expects 1 billion Android devices in use by year end, as the platform steamrolls forward at
Fujitsu has developed a device that’s capable of turning just about any mostly two-dimensional object into a touchscreen. It’s
Don’t discount DRAM. Thanks to increased server capacities and sophisticated caching technologies, DRAM can serve as a tier in the
Java updates set to fix 42 bugs — 39 of them exploitable vulnerabilities — and Java 7 gets interface changes