Category archives for: Technology

AT&T’s Wireless Network Not That Bad

Despite what is commonly believed, AT&T’s wireless network is not actually that bad overall.

Nvidia Competing Directly with Intel

Nvidia Corp., the maker of chips for computer graphics cards, is working on a microprocessor for tablet devices that would directly compete with Intel Corp.

Google is Sued by Oracle over Android Software

Oracle Corp. dropped a major legal bombshell on Google Inc. late Thursday. In a press release, Oracle spokeswoman Karen Tillman said, “In developing Android, Google knowingly, directly and repeatedly infringed Oracle’s Java-related intellectual property.”

Facebook Panic Button

Calls for a panic button grew in Britain after a 33-year-old convicted sex offender was jailed for the rape and murder of 17-year-old Ashleigh Hall, who he met on Facebook by pretending to be a teenage boy.

Cisco’s Income Up during Economy’s Uncertainty

Shares in the world’s largest maker of computer networking gear fell Wednesday. Cisco Systems Inc. reported stronger earnings in the latest quarter, but the companies CEO said it was seeing signs of economic uncertainty.

U.S. Sales Hit 30 Million for Nintendo Wii

Nintendo has revealed that sales for the Wii have crossed the 30 million mark in the U.S.

Barcodes on Tombstones?

Memory Medallion founder Glenn Toothman III has come up with a way to stay in touch with your deceased loved ones.

e-Books Sales Could Surpass Paperbacks

Declining orders from key retail accounts is one reason Dorchester Publishing, Inc. has decided to make the switch from paperbacks to digital.

How Secure is Your BlackBerry

Research in Motion, the owner of the BlackBerry has outdone itself when it comes to security.

HP CEO Mark Hurd Resigns after Sexual Harassment Claim

Hewlett-Packard chief executive officer, Mark Hurd, resigned Friday after a sexual harassment claim against him.

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