iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 Available to Sprint

George Ou | August 24th

Apple’s iPhone 5 will not become a dual mode “world phone” that supports GSM and CDMA and will no longer be exclusive to the two biggest wireless carriers in the US.  Both the upcoming iPhone 5 and...»

Can a Kubrick Film Stop Apple’s Fight Against Samsung?

Mellisa Tolentino | August 24th

Just a day before Apple and Samsung are set to meet back in a German court over tablet infringement issues, Samsung was issued a preliminary injunction by a Dutch court in The Hague...»

Google’s Vic Gundotra: 4 Billion Hits to the +1 Button Every Day

Alex Williams | August 24th

The +1 button on Web sites has been hit four billion times, according to a blog post today by Google Senior Vice President Vic Gundotra. In July, the +1 button crossed 2 billion daily views....»

Tradehill Brightens the Bitcoin Market with E-Wallet Beta

Kyt Dotson | August 24th

Everyone involved in the Bitcoin market wants it to become something more than it currently is—something of an obscure cryptocurrency that’s popular mostly among geeks, although it’s recently gotten some notice in more mainstream arenas such as National...»

What Are Companies’ Top Priorities for Application Integration?

Klint Finley | August 24th

Business intelligence/analytics and productivity/collaboration applications are most companies' top integration priorities according to a report published by SnapLogic. SnapLogic conducted a survey of executives with 110 respondents. It's a small number, but sheds some light on enterprise priorities....»

HubPages CEO on Google’s Panda: SEO Doesn’t Work

Tom Foremski | August 24th

I met with Paul Edmondson, CEO of HubPages, and Jason Menayan Director of Marketing to talk about how the publishing site is dealing with the aftermath of Google's major update to its algorithm, Panda, released earlier this year. Panda...»

Chinese Documentary Highlights Suspicions over Chinese Hacking

Kristina Farrah | August 24th

It’s China vs. the U.S. in the cyber realm. A Chinese military show aired sometime mid-July spilled shots from a computer screen flaunting a Chinese university using an American university IP address to launch an attack against a...»

Monday’s MP3tunes Court Decision Breathes Life into the Musical Cloud

Kyt Dotson | August 24th

An interesting legal decision Monday takes some weight off the hard drives of the still-infantile music cloud industry. A federal judge has ruled that the MP3tunes cloud music service doesn’t violate copyright infringement statues when they serve only...»

Brightcove Goes Public, Files $50 Million IPO Despite Net Loss

Val Galin | August 24th

Last year, Kit Dotson reported a possible Brightcove IPO in the first half of this year. Well, close enough, as the online video platform company just filed this morning for a $50 million...»

The Future of Mobile Gaming Goes Beyond the Screen

Maria Pila | August 24th

In the summer of 2011, Latitude research surveyed a few hundred gamers and interviewed some forward-thinking game makers and game enthusiasts to understand what the future might hold for the gaming scene. ­The stereotype...»