One of Steve Jobs' first Apple computers has sold at auction for a record €516,000 (£441,000).
10 hours ago from The Independent
(Phys.org) —One key selling point in laptops is battery life and Intel earlier this week had good news on that very front. Its upcoming Haswell processors will give users 50 percent more battery ...
11 hours ago from Phys.org
Google has become deeply involved in a series of projects to build and operate wireless networks in emerging markets including sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia, a report said Friday.
Fri 24 May 13 from Phys.org
Crowdsourced navigation app Waze is reportedly at the centre of a bidding war with the company "fielding expressions of interest from multiple parties", Bloomberg reports.
Fri 24 May 13 from The Independent
Microsoft appears to have gained a concession from Google over the use of its You Tube API. In return for taking down its controversial Windows Phone 8 app, You Tube is now working with Microsoft ...
14 hours ago from iProgrammer
Reminder: Google Buzz Is Still Dead, Your Data Will Be Moved To Drive, And They Thank You For Using It
Google Buzz, the social service that Google launched way back in 2010 and then killed in 2011, reminded former users that their data still lives in and will be moved over to your Google Drive ...
11 hours ago from TechCrunch
The UK launch of the "Facebook phone" has been postponed following poor sales in the United States and lukewarm customer feedback.
5 hours ago from The Independent
It seems the impossible has occurred: The nation's most congested city has become a model for traffic control.
9 hours ago from Phys.org
For two short years he was King of England, one of the most powerful men in the world. Then he was killed, desecrated, and dumped in a hastily dug grave, the location of which would be forgotten ...
Fri 24 May 13 from Wired Science
(HealthDay)—Animals make great companions for senior citizens, but elderly people who always drive with a pet in the car are far more likely to crash than those who never drive with a pet, researchers ...
9 hours ago from Medical Xpress
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