Apple Sued For $1.9M By Chinese Authors

Mellisa Tolentino | January 9th

We all know how Apple is tough--they don't think twice about suing anyone who infringes their patents, just ask Samsung and HTC.  But it looks like the tables are turning as a group of Chinese...»

HP webOS Holds Promise for 2012: Techno Buffalo’s Mobile Predictions

Maria Deutscher | January 9th

Sean Aune, the editor-in-chief of TechnoBuffalo, talked  with Mark Hopkins about some of the more notable current and future trends in the mobile industry (see full interview below). As Mark highlighted about half way...»

Motorola Suffers Low Q4 Revenue, Unveils New Devices at CES

Mellisa Tolentino | January 9th

Last week, Samsung and HTC released their 2011 fourth quarter earnings.  Samsung did well but HTC fell short of expectations.  And it looks like  HTC isn’t the only suffering from low revenue as Motorola...»

Can Netflix Oust its New British Rival?

Cherr Aira | January 9th

Britain's long wait is over, as Netflix enters the UK online video streaming market today. The company is on a positive streak following the report on a record-breaking 2 billion hours of streaming...»

The World Of a Patent: Infographic

Mellisa Tolentino | January 9th

If you’re fond of reading the news, you’re probably aware of the many patent infringement lawsuits around these days.  But if you’re not, and you don’t even have a clue what patents are, then I...»

Why Did Vint Cerf Say That?

richardbennett | January 9th

Vint Cerf, one of the primary designers of TCP/IP and a man who’s among the “fathers of the Internet” has an Op-Ed recently in The New York Times arguing that Internet access is not a “human

CES 2012 Kicks Off With Eye-Controlled Computers, New Smart TVs

Mellisa Tolentino | January 9th

The 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show kicked off Sunday, January 8, 2012 at Las Vegas.  Though the conference proper will start tomorrow, January 10, and will run through the 13th, exhibitors have already set...»

How Web Outages Stole the Show in 2011

Cherr Aira | January 9th

Technology has made several giant leaps in mobility, social networking, online video and gaming in 2011.  But while the rave party is still on to celebrate previous year’s accomplishments, some companies are still on...»

Interview: Peter Hirshberg and San Francisco’s Innovative Gray Area Foundation for the Arts

Tom Foremski | January 9th

I'm a big fan of the Gray Area Foundation For The Arts (GAFFTA), a unique non-profit organization that has a fascinating approach to the arts and technology and it's efforts to bridge the culture gap

Net Nanny to Launch on Android, iOS at CES

Kristen Nicole | January 9th

Net Nanny, a provider of online parental activity control and monitoring tools, is adopting mobile trends in the consumer electronics space. The company revealed Android and iOS versions of its product, featuring a long...»