It’s unavoidable — mention HP and images of the TouchPad come floating to the surface. What most geek folk don’t realize, however, is that the company recently famous for open sourcing webOS has been hard at work behind-the-scenes prepping for the next stage in computing: integrated photonics. The project,
More than 3,000 hours of live streaming footage from the Olympics will be broadcast online, making it the most live content, by far, ever to be broadcast from the global competition. In case you were wondering, yes, that equates to every single event during the entire Olympic period will be available
Apple put all of the rumors to rest at its event Wednesday, revealing the long-awaited new iPad, or as CEO Tim Cook calls it, “the poster…
A new mobile company plans to use smartphones and RFID technology to easily help users locate their keys, remote controls, chargers, or pretty much anything. The RFID tags, which will only cost about $1 a pop, will not require any elecricity and can attach to pretty much anything. The only thing it can’t
When Molly first launched her catering business, she offered deep discounts to family, friends, referrals and pretty much anyone else. Tom took…
Virdia planea fabricar azúcares baratos partiendo de madera, enfrentándose al reto más importante de la industria.
Más dispositivos inteligentes, mayor conectividad y lenguajes de programación estandarizados, entre las claves del Congreso Mundial de Telefonía Móvil.
Maybe it didn’t seem like it, but today’s new iPad introduction was Apple’s most important event of the year.
Sure, the iPhone is still a bigger business for Apple, and probably will be for a while. But the iPhone is just Apple’s small sliver of the giant phone market.
The iPad, meanwhile, is a green
Facebook today filed an amended S-1 to IPO that describes new risks based on its launch of ads for mobile, Zynga’s standalone gaming platform, and a patent dispute with Yahoo. It also explained how its concentrated voting structure would impact investors, and listed additional underwriters.
PBS’s Off Book has a new short doc available online called Animated GIFs: The Birth of a Medium which, as you may have guessed, traces the history and evolution of the animated GIF over the course of a very informative six and a half minutes. The makers don’t settle the dispute over pronunciation (and,