China has issued a notice late last week that outrightly bans Microsoft’s Windows 8 on new government computers. State news agency Xinhua reported today that the move is to ensure that in future it isn’t left without security updates, following...
IBM buys Cognea, will add its virtual assistant technology to Watson PCWorld “I'm not talking about just giving the computer a simple command or asking a simple question,” Rhodin said in the blog post.
Reverb, the content discovery app that launched on the iPad in November 2013 is now available for the iPhone. The app surfaces the day’s top news and your own curated content via a word wall that’s easy to navigate quickly.
4 Technology Trends Disrupting How We Communicate Forbes However, tomorrow I will be heading off to deliver a new presentation on technology disruption to a crowd of primarily B2B IT executives and as I prepared a presentation on disruption I...
Facebook today updated its Pages feature with the ability for businesses to add menus. According to the Facebook Help Center, the option will only appear to an administrator if they have selected “Restaurant/Cafe” as their Page’s category.
Pinterest has decided that providing its own analytics for businesses via Pinterest Analytics probably isn’t robust enough — so it’s now letting them use third-party marketing technology software to analyze their Pinterest activity (via Wall Street...
Shutterstock today launched Shutterstock Music, a collection of tracks that customers can license for a simple per-song fee. Music represents the first new content type for Shutterstock in nearly eight years.
At its “small gathering” event in New York City today, Microsoft announced the Surface Pro 3. The device has a 12-inch screen with a 2160×1440 resolution, a 3:2 aspect ratio, as well as 4K display support.
Google is on a mission to make the photos and videos you backup more useful. The company today introduced a new feature for Google+ called Stories, which automatically builds a digital journal filled with only your best images and clips.
In 1934, Gregory Breit and John Wheeler—American physicists who would go on to help create the atomic bomb—developed a theory: that, under very particular circumstances, two photons of light could combine to produce an electron and a positron.
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