Archive for May, 2011
Two developments highlight Microsoft’s strategy to make Windows Phone 7 a tough competitor.
Private photo sharing app lets you share with your inner circle.
Lumension security and forensic analyst Paul Henry supplies insights into Sony’s troubles with hackivists and data thieves in this exclusive Technology Live Q & A.
Sony’s troubles with hackers continues. Reuters has just reported that Sony Ericsson’s Canadian eShop website was shut down by hackers, with personal data stolen from 2,000 more customers.
Verizon adds four new smartphones: LG Revolution, Xperia Play, HTC Trophy and Motorola Droid X2.
Peter Thiel, the venture-capitalist/behind-the-scenes power broker at Facebook, is a man of eclectic interests. Besides helping guide the social-networking giant to an astounding $60 billion market valuation by some estimates and co-founding PayPal, he is an avid believer in undewater exploration, outer space research and other BIG projects.
3DTV owners love their purchases and one-fourth of them say they watch more TV since buying a set, says an entertainment industry survey out today.
Talk to analysts about that big weekend explosion at a Chinese factory that assembles Apple’s iPads, and they say there will be minimal impact on availability of the hot product.
Microsoft has closed down the special skunkworks operation it had set up under Xbox creator J Allard to create more new, cool consumer products.