Today Dan and Haddie discuss Blackberry 10 hands on walkthrough, Sergey Brin spotted on NYC train station wearing Google Glasses, bizarre Samsung Enterprise commercial, Temple Run 2 gets 20 million downloads in first weekend, 'jOBS' stars to kick off Macworld next week, carry a Neaderthal baby in your womb and help science, and PayPal says aggressive changes are coming to the frozen funds policy.
Well, thanks to a close source at BlackBerry, we actually can show you about 100 photos of the phone’s operating system in full detail.
Google last week announced its first two ‘hackathon’ events for Google Glass developers, and the company is aiming to make its wearable glasses technology something that can be used by anyone at any place. Except that this is already happening as you’d have seen if you took the downtown train in New York on Sunday, as Brooklyn resident Noah Zerkin did.
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd HWT.UL, the world's No.2 telecom equipment maker, bounced back from a disappointing 2011 with a 33 percent rise in net profit for 2012, and forecast stronger revenue growth, buoyed by smartphone sales and cloud computing.
Google's decision to drop Exchange ActiveSync support, a protocol used to sync Gmail calendar, contacts, and mail items on mobile devices, left Microsoft surprised and disappointed. The change means new Windows Phone users after January 30th with personal Gmail accounts will be unable to sync calendar and contact items.
Samsung just aired a very strange commercial for its smartphones during tonight's NFC championship game.
Imangi Studios had a good weekend. The company said on Monday that its new app, Temple Run 2, was downloaded more than 20 million times in its first weekend on the App Store.
Shipping estimates for new orders of 21.5-inch iMac models began slipping in Apple's online stores in many European countries such as the United Kingdom today, moving from 7-10 business days to 2-3 weeks. The changes have not yet propagated to stores for other regions.
Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad, the actors who play Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the upcoming independent movie jOBS, will be hitting up the annual Macworld/iWorld conference in San Francisco next week.
The man who broke into the Palo Alto, California, home of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs and stole laptops, iPads and other possessions was sentenced to seven years in a California state prison.
Because the iPhone Math name is highly unusual and does not fit in with Apple's traditional naming scheme, it is not clear if it is a code name or a potential mistranslation, although the actual "iPhone Math" terms appears in English in the China Times report.
Sharp Corp has nearly halted production of 9.7-inch screens for Apple Inc's iPad, two sources said, possibly as demand shifts to its smaller iPad mini.
Contrary to popular belief, video gaming is a growing hobby enjoyed by every demographic in our society
The zombie body count is higher than ever before, and with each episode we're treated to several high anxiety moments that keeps us lusting for more.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – simply rent your womb out to Prof George Church, Harvard, and a Nobel prize is yours
Google is looking into physical authentication methods that would make passwords a thing of the past.
PayPal says it's finally ready to deal with the problem. It's promising to roll out a massive overhaul of its system within the next several months -- but details are scant for now.
Superstorm Sandy and mounting pension costs took a toll on Verizon.
Last summer designer Andrew Kim's vision for "The Next Microsoft" got a lot of traction online — including on The Verge — for its aggressively minimal rebranding of the company across platforms. The next month Microsoft unveiled its actual new logo, but that doesn't mean it didn't take note — Kim just announced that he's been hired by the company, which got in touch after seeing his designs.
In our ongoing series of interviews with developers and creators in the Apple community, I had the chance to talk with John Siracusa.
Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer is not the right leader for the world's largest software company but holds his grip on it by systematically forcing out any rising manager who challenges his authority, claims a former senior executive who has written a book about his time at the company.
The difference is the defining source of this right or wrong conduct. Ethics are defined externally by a social system and morals are defined by an individual’s ideals and principles. A good litmus test for ethics in the workplace is asking, “will I be fired if…”. For example, if you were to say to a coworker, “Blonde girl is HOT”, you may be terminated for sexual harassment. Conversely, drinking all of the break room coffee without brewing a fresh pot is not a fireable offense, but should weigh heavily on one’s own morals.
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