Latest News - January 2013
- Amazon's Q4 Earnings Show Skyrocketing Sales, But Slimmer Profits
- Smaller Apple TV Leaked Courtesy Of New FCC Filing
- Mozilla to Enforce 'Click-to-Play' Plugins in Future Versions of Firefox
- Google's Nexus 4 Finally Back in Stock, Are You Still Interested?
- Some New York Restaurants Banning Food Photography, No More Facebook Feasts
- Pinterest Getting Revamped For Speed and Easier Navigation
- HGST Division of Western Digital Releases 1.2TB 10K RPM Hard Drive
- Google Maps Updated with North Korean Terrain but No Street View
- Apple’s iPad Now Offering 128GB, Priced at $799
- Sorry Microsoft, But Even HP is Interested in Chromebooks
- Microsoft Office 2013 Launches Later Today
- Rdio Adds More Free Music Streaming In More Countries
- Toshiba Ships 2TB Canvio Basics And Special Edition Portable HDDs
- Google+ Now Second Largest Social Network after Facebook, Members Now Exceed Twitter
All News for January 2013
Wondering how Amazon seems to consistently offer excellent pricing on products? Because it barely makes any profit per item sold. In the company's latest quarterly earnings report, we're told that Amazon raked in an astounding $21.27 billion dollars in the past three months alone. No, there's no typographical error... Read more...
These days, it's getting easier and easier to sniff out surprises from Apple ahead of time. Despite Tim Cook's promise to "double down on secrecy," the company's insane growth has made it nigh impossible to prevent as many leaks as it did just years ago. But here's something that Apple can control: when the FCC discloses what Apple has ushered... Read more...
In the earlier days of the Web, our browsers were simple. If one crashed, it was likely due more to poor programming than whatever content you were viewing. The opposite can be said today, where many websites have the potential to crash any number of plugins you've got equipped - especially true for... Read more...
Google's coveted Nexus 4 (see our review) is punching its passport and making repeat appearances in at least three locations today, including the U.S., Canada, and Germany. The Nexus 4 has been a slippery little sucker to get your hands on, and who knows how much inventory is available in each of those three locales... Read more...
There's just something about a delicious looking meal that compels people to whip out their smartphone, snap a picture, and upload it to a social network, like Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. Your friends and family can instantly see what you're about to devour before you've taken the first bite. Such is the connected... Read more...
Pinterest, the social bookmarking site everybody loves but many guys will only use through their wife/sister/girlfriend’s account (come on fellas, own it already), is getting a bit of a revamp. According to a blog post, Pinterest is changing up the interface somewhat in addition to unspecified “behind the scenes” changes... Read more...
HGST, the company formerly known as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, became a Western Digital company some time ago. And now, that entity is introducing the industry's highest capacity 10K RPM HDD. It's an enterprise-class drive, with the Ultrastar C10K1200 providing a capacity extension to HGST’s Ultrastar... Read more...
Fire up your Google Maps app and you'll now find that there's more detailed information for North Korea, a territory that up until now was left mostly blank. A community of citizen cartographers collaborated using Google Map Maker to fill in many of the blanks, including road names and points of interest. "We know... Read more...
Apple on Tuesday confirmed that it's rolling out a new flagship iPad SKU with double the amount of storage. Beginning Tuesday, February 5 -- well in time for Valentine's Day... -- you'll be able to purchase a 128GB fourth generation iPad in either black or white, and with or without cellular connectivity. "With more than 120 million iPads... Read more...
You're not supposed to know this yet, but Hewlett-Packard is planning to launch a Chromebook model under its Pavilion brand. We wouldn't have known it either, had it not been for a short-lived document that inadvertently went live on HP's website. HP has since pulled it offline, but in the age of the Internet, once you put something out there,... Read more...
My, how time flies. It seems like just yesterday we were taking the wraps off of our shiny new copy of Office 2010, and now it appears that Office 2013 will grace us with its presence shortly. According to the official teasers on Twitter, Microsoft is planning announce Office 2013 from Bryant Park, New York later today with the (large, orange)... Read more...
Streaming music is a happening thing these days. While the record stores of yesteryear aren't apt to ever return in full force, the streaming generation is most certainly ushering in a new way of listening to music. Rdio is one name that's making big waves along with iTunes and Spotify, and soon, it'll be delighting users in ever more parts... Read more...
Portable? Expansive? On sale now? Toshiba's got all of these qualifications in more, all tucked neatly within the latest 2TB Canvio Basics and Special Edition portable HDDs. The company has just expanded its mobile hard drive range, revealing a 2TB Canvio Basics 3.0 portable hard drive and a 2TB Canvio Special Edition... Read more...
Remember all the “we don’t need another social network” griping when Google+ hit the scene in June of 2011? Fast forward to today and Google+ has 343 million users, making it second only to Facebook for social network size superiority, according to GlobalWebIndex. Social networks in millions of... Read more...