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Reddit Users Raise $30,000 For Terminally-Ill Cancer Patient Jake Villanueva

Dominique Mosbergen | 12 June 2012 | Good News
Thanks to the generosity of strangers on the social news website Reddit, a young Canadian suffering from terminal cancer will receive $30,000 to take a trip around the world. Jake Villanueva, a 23-year-old from Surrey, British Columbia, was diagnosed with terminal kidney cancer on Father's Day in...

Apple Mountain Lion: Mac OS X Upgrade Features Major Improvements (PHOTOS)

Sara Gates | 28 July 2014 | Technology
Apple Mountain Lion was announced by Craig Federighi, Apple's vice president of Mac Software Engineering, when he took the stage shortly before 11 a.m. PDT at the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference. Succeeding Lion, Apple's best selling release, the aptly named OS X Mountain Lion...

Apple Maps App Officially Debuts, Google Maps Dropped (PHOTOS)

Sara Gates | 12 June 2012 | Technology
It's official. Apple Maps app is in and Google Maps is out. Scott Forstall, Apple's senior vice president of iOS Software, presented the Apple Maps app at the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). "In iOS 6,...

iOS 6 Update Will Bring Siri To iPad, Eyes-Free Vehicle Integration To iPhone 4S

Timothy Stenovec | 14 June 2012 | Technology
Apple announced Monday that Siri, the personal digital assistant preferred by Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel, is finally coming to the iPad. Currently, Siri is only officially available on the iPhone 4S, but with iOS 6, Apple's latest version of its mobile operating system,

With iOS 6, Apple Finally Embraces Facebook

Bianca Bosker | 11 June 2012 | Technology
After years of playing hard to get, Apple and Facebook are finally making it official: Apple's new mobile operating system iOS 6 will, for the first time, feature deep integration with the world's largest social networking service. The new Facebook-enabled features, announced Monday at

Facebook Growth Rate Slowing: WSJ

Catharine Smith | 11 August 2012 | Technology
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook's growth appears to be slowing, particularly in the U.S., according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Unique U.S. visitors to the wildly popular social media site rose 5 percent in April to 158 million, according to data attributed to comScore. ComScore confirmed the...

New MacBook Pro: Apple Announces Retina Display, HD Camera, Other Features On New Laptop

Timothy Stenovec | 12 June 2012 | Technology
Apple announced on Monday the New MacBook Pro laptop. The device is a stunning 25 percent thinner than the previous MacBook and also boasts brand new "Retina Display" that has four times the number of pixels of its predecessor. "There has never been a notebook this thin, this...

Apple's WWDC News: Which Announcements Clicked, Which Products Clanked And Everything Else You Should Know

Jason Gilbert | 11 June 2012 | Technology
Apple has just wrapped up one of its semi-annual engine-revving events, and the Internet has just about explodedwith that special admixture of excitement, anticipation, adulation, sarcasm and disappointment that has become the unique web response to any Apple product announcement. The keynote speech of the...

Apple Unveils iOS 6 At WWDC 2012 Keynote (LIVEBLOG)

Michael Rundle | 11 August 2012 | UK Tech
Apple has unveiled the next generation of its mobile operating system at the Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) 2012. Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the stage of the Moscone Center in San Francisco to show off what the company has in store for the next twelve months. iOS 6 will...

Apple: Next-Generation Macbook Pro Unveiled At WWDC 2012 (LIVEBLOG)

Michael Rundle | 11 June 2012 | UK Tech
Apple has unveiled its next-generation of laptops at the Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) 2012 in San Francisco. The new MacBook Pro has a 'Retina' display, featuring a screen with four times as many pixels as the previous generation. Applications will need to be re-written to get the most...

iXoost Speakers: iPhone Docks Made From Old Car Parts

Drew Guarini | 12 June 2012 | Small Business
As the market for iPod, iPhone and iPad docks has become more and more crowded, electronics makers have resorted to using some unusual materials and designs to help stand out -- from old trumpets old trumpets to bamboo to even gramophone horns. Now some...

Steve Jobs Called Andy Grignon, Apple Senior Manager, A WHAT?

Sara Gates | 11 June 2012 | Technology
Andy Grignon, a former senior manager at Apple who says he received the first phone call made from the iPhone, has one more thing to brag about: Steve Jobs once called him a fuckchop. TheNextWeb reports that Grignon recently revealed that wonderful gem in a...

Deep Fried Gadgets: Artist Henry Hargreaves Cooks Beloved Tech For Art (PHOTOS)

Michael Rundle | 11 August 2012 | UK Tech
In the dense world of technology it often takes a lot for a photograph of a gadget to stand out. (unless it purports to be the next iPhone). One photographer from Brooklyn, New York, has found a way to make his tech pics stand out. He deep-fries his gadgets before...

WWDC 2012 Live: How To Follow Apple's WWDC Announcement As It Happens

Jason Gilbert | 11 June 2012 | Technology
Want to watch Apple's keynote speech at the Worldwide Developer's Conference live? Sure, we all do. Apple seems poised to unveil some pretty nifty new stuff at this year's WWDC. Its keynote speech, live from San Francisco, begins at 10 a.m. PT, or 1p.m. ET. iOS 6...

Flame Cyber Superweapon Creators Worked With Stuxnet Team, Kaspersky Lab Finds

Michael Rundle | 11 August 2012 | UK Tech
Researchers have shown for the first time that the cyber 'super weapon' known as Flame was connected to the Stuxnet virus which targeted Iranian nuclear computers. Flame was described as the largest and most malicious online attack ever discovered when it was unveiled around two weeks ago. Researchers say...

China To Launch Manned Mission To Its Own Space Station In June

Michael Rundle | 11 August 2012 | UK Tech
China will launch a manned spacecraft before docking with its own space station, the country's state media agency has announced. The Shenzhou-9 spacecraft will launch on a Long March-2F rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwest China in June. Three people will be on board, national news...

Groupon's Next Move

Britney Fitzgerald | 11 June 2012 | Technology
Groupon founder Andrew Mason has built a castle. His Internet coupon empire will harvest some $2.4 billion in sales this year thanks to rapid growth in its wittily worded email offers for discount pole-dancing lessons and two-for-one chicken Parmesans. Mason’s next trick needs to be digging a moat around his...

X-37B, Air Force's Secret Space Plane, To End Mission Soon

David Freeman | 11 June 2012 | Science
By: Mike Wall Published: 06/08/2012 06:08 PM EDT on After spending more than a year orbiting our planet on a hush-hush mystery mission, the U.S. Air Force's X-37B space plane is due to return to Earth any day now. Air Force officials haven't announced...

EA Reveals The 15 Most Popular Places 'The Sims' Have Sex

Michael Rundle | 11 June 2012 | UK Tech
For anyone who hasn't played life simulator The Sims - which must be a minority of the word's population at this point - it may be a surprise to learn that it's totally possible to have sex in the game. Aside from the fact developers EA insist on...

Lamborghini Launches Premium Phone, Ranks Among World's Most Expensive (PHOTOS)

Michael Rundle | 11 August 2012 | UK Tech
Lamborghini has entered the premium mobile phone race with a new range of exorbitantly priced, and poorly specced, feature phones, smartphones and tablets. The luxury car company is just the latest to attempt to fuse premium materials, 'luxury' design and limited availability into a market success, after similar moves by...
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