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Latest News - June 2012
- Windows 8 Will Live or Die Based on The Start Screen
- Amazon Cloud Outage Takes Out Netflix, Pinterest, and Instagram
- Is Google Planning a 10-inch Slate? Evidence Says Yes
- HTC Bringing Something 'Incredible' to Market in Early July
- After 2.5 Years, Twitter Flips LinkedIn the Bird
- Delta Taking In-Flight Internet Across Seas In 2013
- Point Grey Reveals "Ice-Cube Sized" 4K Super Camera
- Apple's MobileMe Shutting Down Today -- Time To Pack Up Your Digital Goods
- Asus Introduces EeeBox EB1030 Mini-Desktop With Cedar Trail
- Apple Wins Injunction On Samsung's Galaxy Nexus Smartphone
- RIM Delays Next-Gen Phones As Sales Crumble; May Partner With Microsoft
- DisARMed - HP Kills ARM-based Windows Tablet, Likely Thanks To Microsoft's Surface
- Verizon “Share Everything” Plans Have Landed
- Google Announces Offline Document Editing
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All News for June 2012
Earlier this week, Microsoft principal program manager Chaitanya Sareen dished out information on why Microsoft ultimately decided to kill the Start Menu and replace it with the polarizing Start Screen. According to her, killing the Start Menu... Read more...
Amid a wicked thunderstorm with high winds and wide scale power outages on the mid-atlantic coast, an Amazon facility in Virginia that supports its Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) server went down late last night, temporarily taking out any number of... Read more...
As was long rumored to be the case, Google's Nexus 7 tablet is real, as confirmed and unveiled by the sultan of search at the Google I/O conference this week. Given the device's size and spec sheet, it seems clear Google is going after the same... Read more...
It appears HTC just tipped off a general release date for its upcoming Droid Incredible 4G LTE smartphone. Apparently giddy with excitement, the mobile phone maker took to Twitter and teased the fact that it's brewing up something special to be... Read more...
Quick, someone queue up Neil Sedaka's "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do," because that song describes how LinkedIn must be feeling after Twitter decided it was time to end their two-and-a-half-year partnership and move on. "Consistent with Twitter’s... Read more...
International love? Delta's got plenty of that. While some foreign airlines have announced sporadic plans to bring in-flight Wi-Fi to planes making the leap over entire oceans, Delta is amongst the first of the legacy U.S.-based carriers to follow... Read more...
Ever heard of RED? That's the company making those crazy high-resolution 4K EPIC cameras that all the fancy filmmakers seem to be using these days. But it's the 4K part here that we want to point out; while RED's 4K cameras are wildly small for... Read more...
Today is the day. If you're a MobileMe user, the doors are closing -- it's one last call for a clouded shot, if you will. Apple pretty much started the process of shutting the door on MobileMe just as soon as iCloud was introduced, and users have... Read more...
While monstrous gaming towers are fun, they aren't exactly a necessity for everyone. For those with simpler desktop needs, Asus is planning to introduce something a bit slimmer. Trimmer. And, all around sexier. The upcoming EeeBox EB1030 sports a... Read more...
Yikes. If you've been considering the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, you may want to act fast. Apple has just landed a huge legal victory in its fight against Samsung, as a U.S. District Judge in San Jose ruled that the Galaxy Nexus infringed... Read more...
How much trouble is Research in Motion (RIM) in? Enough that the company is reportedly considering previously unacceptable options like spinning off the handset business, or partnering with Microsoft. The company's quarterly results, reported... Read more...
That didn't take long. HP has publicly confirmed that it has cancelled plans to bring a Windows RT (aka Windows on ARM) tablet to market in time for the Windows 8 debut. The company has decided to focus on its x86 customer base instead. HP... Read more...
In the competitive wireless provider market, it’s tough for the major players to gain an edge over one another, but one way to do that is by offering compelling service plans. Verizon is taking a swing at offering the type of plan consumers... Read more...
Google is continuing to take advantage of its I/O conference to announce new features for many of its products. One of the most requested features for Google Docs is finally here: offline editing. With this new feature, you can now create and edit... Read more...