Premium-Inhalt. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has offered to do a deal with U.S. prosecutors, who are seeking his extradition from New Zealand to the U.S.
Premium-Inhalt. Have a that isn't running on Verizon or Sprint? Well good news! The update to has started rolling out and should be hitting your phone in the next couple of days. The update brings with it Google Now, new notifications, and a much more responsive interface thanks to Project Butter.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple products often retain a consistent design over several generations, but the iPod nano is an exception. The images below, provided by our friends at Macworld, clearly illustrate this point. The nano was short and wide; the - and -gen models were relatively tall and thin; and the current nano is nearly square with wristwatch-like dimensions.
Premium-Inhalt. The Computerworld story, "Google to pull Chrome plug on OS X Leopard," which posted to the newswire Wednesday, had an incorrect byline on it. The correct byline is Gregg Keizer.
Premium-Inhalt. Due to incorrect information from a source, the third paragraph of the story, "Don't believe every leak you read, says EU Commission on CETA," which posted to the newswire Wednesday, contained wrong information about changes made to a proposed trade agreement. That paragraph has been corrected on the newswire and now reads:
Premium-Inhalt. Android Ice Cream Sandwich is a marvel of advanced engineering: a powerful, handsome, and versatile operating system that presents a universe of opportunities--if you know how to use it. But most of us could use some help on that score. Fortunately, assistance is now available in the form of PCWorlds just-published Superguide, an in-depth look at Android Ice Cream Sandwich for smartphone and tablet owners. The all-new guide, written by PCWorlds mobile experts, can get you started on Ice Cream Sandwich in a hurry, with a walk-through of new features, a generous collection of tips and tricks, and a guide to essential apps for both phones and tablets.
Premium-Inhalt. According to reports, General Motors is about to reverse its strategy of largely outsourcing its IT and bring it in-house.
Premium-Inhalt. A planned network of regional patent offices and the effects of new legislation are expected to slow the recent proliferation of patent lawsuits between big-name tech companies, Rebecca Blank, U.S. acting secretary of commerce, said on Wednesday.
Premium-Inhalt. Google's Nexus 7 might turn a small profit after all, according to a third-party estimate by IHS iSuppli.
Premium-Inhalt. Tablets and smartphones continued to eat away at worldwide PC shipments, which remained flat during the second quarter, according to research released by Gartner on Wednesday.
Premium-Inhalt. Just in time for what will be a large number of required migrations, CA Technologies has updated its software for managing DB2 databases running on IBM z/OS mainframes.
Premium-Inhalt. A hacked Colombian Transport website has been rigged to deliver a malware payload that is able to target Mac OS, and even systems, according to a report from F-Secure.
Premium-Inhalt. The changes Twitter is making to its API policies triggered a wave of protest among its developers, but they might be necessary for the strategy Twitter has laid out for itself to make money and keep growing its service.
Premium-Inhalt. Starting next month, updated Windows operating systems will reject encryption keys smaller than 1024 bits, which could cause problems for customer applications accessing Web sites and email platforms that use the keys.
Premium-Inhalt. Even as the dog at the center of a global animal rights battle was put to death on Wednesday, social networks proved to be a massive weapon for protestors.
Premium-Inhalt. The Judiciary Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives is moving toward passage of a small portion of the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act, raising concerns among SOPA opponents.