The AP Stylebook, which is considered as a journalist’s bible has recently announced moving towards “email” as the preferred form, after years of using “e-mail.” The hyphen is officially dead. At least for this particular word.
Facebook has acquired Israeli startup Snaptu, a creator of simple mobile applications for feature phones, for an estimated $70 million. What is Snaptu?
iPhone or Android users can save their places on restaurant wait lists by scanning a QR code at the door. This new concept is called as WalkIN. It’s a one-week-old startup that shared the top prize in the StartupBus grand finale and is on its way to becoming a legitimate company.
Apple computers and the Beatles' estate have had a long-running battle over the Apple name. Steve Jobs, founder and chief executive of Apple computers, reportedly named the company after The Beatles' label apparently because he is a massive Beatles fan.
Following one of the biggest launches in consumer electronics history, Kinect for Xbox 360 continued its momentum in 2011 reaching 10 million Kinect sensors sold worldwide to date. Not only were sensor sales an overwhelming success, but Kinect drove significant game sales with more than 10 million standalone Kinect games sold worldwide to date.
Soon, thousands of vending machines in Japan will be equipped to charge electric vehicles in a cost-cutting tie-up.
The Social media giants like the Facebook and Twitter have come alive with reactions, prayers and timely updates of the catastrophic earthquake that struck Japan on Friday. It caused widespread power outages, fires and a severe tsunami that was reported to be up to 10 meters high in places.
Window Shopping is may soon become more temting thanks to the new Technology. Well, this new technology which is already making a splash at the CeBIT, the world's biggest high-tech fair, uses a series of infrared cameras that register the movements of your hand and instantly transmit them to a large screen in the shop window.
Research In Motion is planning to bring its BlackBerry Messenger app and service to Android, and eventually to iOS as well.
Amidst Standing Ovation and much excitement, a thin but energetic Steve Jobs made a surprise return to the spotlight on Wednesday, taking the stage to unveil Apple Inc's new iPad. Jobs made his presentation in the hall full of journalists and analysts from across the world who were probably happier seeing him on stage than iPad2.