AndroidOS.in Ice Cream Sandwich gets ready for its closeup, would like to thank Kinect for … Engadget By Joseph Volpe posted Jan 24th 2012 9:18PM Using Microsoft hardware to augment Android?
NEWS.com.au Megaupload’s Dotcom Denied Bail Wall Street Journal By LUCY CRAYMER WELLINGTON-The founder of website Megaupload.com, Kim Dotcom, will remain in jail as he awaits extradition to the US after a New Zealand judge declined his bail application. Judge David McNaughton declined the application citing the …
Telegraph.co.uk Apple crushes sales records, hits revenue ‘home run’ Computerworld By Gregg Keizer Computerworld – Apple on Tuesday announced it had smashed sales records of the iPhone, iPad and Mac in the final quarter of 2011, the first reporting period after the death of former CEO Steve Jobs. The quarter’s revenue of $46.3 … Apple’s Profit Doubles on Holiday iPhone 4S Sales New York Times Apple’s Record iPhone Sales Could Have Been Much Higher PC Magazine Apple doubles iPhone sales in 1Q The Associated Press Los Angeles Times - Mashable all 1,093 news articles »
Prince Fielder is headed for Motown. After biding his time this offseason, the game’s top remaining free agent agreed to a massive nine-year, $214 million deal with the Detroit Tigers.
Sydney Morning Herald Solar Storm Buffets Earth Wall Street Journal By ROBERT LEE HOTZ and DOUG CAMERON The largest solar storm in almost a decade swept across Earth on Tuesday, affecting air traffic across the North Pole and radio communications, in a harbinger of fiercer outbursts from the Sun predicted for the year … Solar storms may cause cellphones to drop calls Los Angeles Times Delta Diverts Some US-Asia Polar Flights on Solar Storm Threat BusinessWeek Solar storm, largest since 2005, causes aurora borealis over Canada, Britain Washington Post National Geographic - San Francisco Chronicle - CNET all 1,231 news articles »
A New Zealand court denies bail to the founder of file-sharing website Megaupload, sought by the US for internet piracy, saying he poses a flight risk.
Google plans to start combining information the company collects about each user of its various websites and services into a single profile, the company announced on Tuesday.