Premium-Inhalt. Amazon.com is getting into the movie business by opening Amazon Studios, with the goal of using the Internet to put fresh movies on the big screen.
Premium-Inhalt. A San Ramon, California, man is facing charges he stole valuable technology from his former employer in hopes of building competitive location-aware products.
Premium-Inhalt. The estimated growth in data traffic on AT&T's mobile network has slowed, the carrier's CTO said Tuesday, though it remains explosive at more than 3,000 percent over the past three years.
Premium-Inhalt. The NPD Group has sales figures in for the month of October 2010. Here's who came out on top and how much better or worse it is compared to October '09.
Premium-Inhalt. While tech companies are trying to in data center design and energy efficiency, small businesses still can find choosing a data center a tough proposition. Entrusting your company's data and valuable information to someone else needs additional research and a certain confidence level with customer service.
Premium-Inhalt. The mobile industry has joined forces with the World Bank's Lighting Africa initiative to help share excess power from off-grid base stations with people living nearby, industry organization GSM Association (GSMA) announced on Wednesday.
Premium-Inhalt. Given the complexities of different platforms, software builders embarking on an enterprise application project for these systems must know their audience, an official with smartphone maker RIM said Tuesday.
Premium-Inhalt. Like the razor industry, which sells you a cheap razor then robs you blind on the blades, inkjet vendors used to sell their printers for a song, then charge incredible prices for ink. I once owned a Lexmark inkjet whose black ink cartridge cost more than the printer. I never refilled it.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple's got the Beatles all to itself--at least for a while; RIM's mythical tablet faces off against the iPad; and Adobe says that the amazing battery-eating Flash isn't its fault. Really. When the remainders for Tuesday, November 16, 2010 get to the bottom they go back to the top of the slide.
Premium-Inhalt. In by , your challenge is to face off in the boxing ring against round after round of beastly adversary. The matches are intertwined in a comic style story in which you learn about the strange and original characters. Fights are in a first-person perspective with taps to jab and swipes for hooks and uppercuts. Tilt controls allow you to sidestep, and holding two fingers down puts up your gloves to block. Combinations are possible, but be mindful of your stamina so you don't get carried away and burn out too soon. The coins you'll collect from cheering fans and after the match help your purchase extra abilities in the gym, which will be needed against tougher opponents.
Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo's CEO says she would like her company to do what Facebook does, if only it could.
Premium-Inhalt. (free) is an interesting combination of easy-to-use image editing tools that can produce good results for the person who wants to simply clean up their photos, though the program does have highly limited functionality.
Premium-Inhalt. A Productivity Commission cost-benefit analysis of the National Broadband Network would not delay the roll out of the national infrastructure project, according to Opposition communications minister, Malcolm Turnbull.
Premium-Inhalt. CIOs must move from quick wins to being the master of their balance sheets and major business operations, Gartner's head of global research has claimed.
Premium-Inhalt. A report being prepared for the White House by the U.S. Department of Commerce calls on the Obama Administration to examine whether the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) should be vested with new rulemaking authority on Internet privacy matters.