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How Steve Jobs changed mobility
How Steve Jobs changed mobility It’s no dispute that Steve Jobs’ influence on technology has been far and wide. However, in reflection, one could say he single-handedly transformed and redefined mobility in the 21st century, in a way no other technology company or individual has done. In this regard,... Read more
Fraunhofer develops tool against online music piracy
Fraunhofer develops tool against online music piracy Researchers who developed the MP3 standard have built a new tool to combat piracy. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Integrated Publication and Information Systems Institute have successfully tested a software system, based on the group’s own digital watermarking technology, for tracking pirated audio... Read more
Xbox One Has More Than One Problem for in China
Xbox One Has More Than One Problem for in China Microsoft finds problems in China. Looks like Microsoft missed one huge market in the eastern world. China has found a new love for Sony. Outside of the fact that consoles themselves are illegal under Chinese law, gamers still have... Read more
Killzone: Mercenary Developer Working On Unannounced PS4 Title Hints Job Listing
Killzone: Mercenary Developer Working On Unannounced PS4 Title Hints Job Listing Guerrilla Cambridge, the developer behind Playstation VITA exclusive “Killzone: Mercenary” seems to be working on an unannounced Playstation 4 project.  The studio today posted few new job openings, they are looknig for a senior environment artist and senior... Read more
Closing arguments begin in Apple vs Samsung patent trial
Closing arguments begin in Apple vs Samsung patent trial Closing arguments have begun in the high-profile patent-infringement case between Apple and Samsung. Each company will get an hour to present their final arguments to the 10-person jury and then further time to present a rebuttal. The process, which is... Read more
Twitter adds line breaks, draws mixed response
Twitter adds line breaks, draws mixed response Do you find this annoying to read? If so, you might not like the design change that was just made to Twitter. The social network has added the ability to incorporate line breaks into tweets. The change was announced Wednesday in a... Read more
New Super Mario Bros cross 6 Million sales figure mark in Japan
New Super Mario Bros cross 6 Million sales figure mark in Japan According to data provided by Enterbrain, sales of New Super Mario Bros. for Nintendo DS have overcome the barrier of the six million units in Japan, to be more precious till December 26 it accounted for no... Read more
Persona 5 anime being developed by studio behind Sword Art Online
Persona 5 anime being developed by studio behind Sword Art Online Today is a big day for Persona fans as we finally have a release date for Persona 5, although as of now, it’s only for the Japanese version. In addition to today’s release date announcement, Atlus has announced... Read more
Xerox works deal with startup to rival Google
Xerox works deal with startup to rival Google Xerox research subsidiary, the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), has struck a licensing deal with search-engine startup, Powerset. Powerset is developing a search engine based on natural language processing with the help of PARC, which has been working on technology in... Read more
Google Music comes to iOS as web app, but only in US
Google Music comes to iOS as web app, but only in US iPhone and iPad users in the US now have access access to Google Music a cloud service previously reserved for Android devices only. However, instead of creating a native iOS app, Google offers a Web app designed... Read more