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Apple stopped developing Java for OS X in late 2010 and no longer includes it as pre-installed software on new Macs. But for those who manually installed the plug-in, Apple has blocked Java 7 for now.
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Discover more about the BYOD phenomenon and what does it mean to you.
The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) phenomenon is reshaping the way IT is purchased, managed, delivered, and secured.
But you may be wondering exactly what BYOD means to you. Ok... let's have a look: http://bit.ly/IYZU7d
Air gestures may be coming to your favorite mobile gadget sooner than you think.
Comet ISON lost mass in advance of reaching perihelion and eventually broke up completely during its closest approach.
What scientists learned from the final days of Comet ISON: new results today at the American Geophysical Union meeting.
Facebook is moving forward with a new research laboratory intended to "bring about major changes in Artificial Intelligence."
Facebook's next big move: Artificial intelligence.
In this episode of Some Assembly Required, Shawn designs a ski helmet to help increase his aerodynamics. How much drag was he able to remove?
Unless you spend your days gladhanding at Silicon Valley networking events, getting angel seed funding or VC investment can be tough, especially if you happen to be a female entrepreneur, according to the stats.
Thinking of a raspberry pi project idea? Have a look at these inventions!
Check our these wonderful electronic and embroidery experiments by artist Wei Chieh Shih. This project is part of a residency at ARQUETOPIA 2013. His prior w…
Launching today, a new mobile app called Doctor on Demand can connect you with a physician anywhere and at anytime for a $40 video consultation.
Would you pay $40 for a video consultation with a doctor?
According to NASA's Juno principal investigator Scott Bolton "if Captain Kirk of the USS Enterprise said, 'Take us home, Scotty,' this is what the crew would see." It's truly an incredible sequence—the first time ever that the Moon has been...
We've never seen anything like this before.
The next leap in advertising is literally the ability to leap across screens. Picture a brand’s multipart marketing story that begins on your tablet and ends on your smartphone.
Given how seamlessly consumers move from one device to another, so too must the ads.
Today, Google Open Gallery was released to the public as part of the company's Cultural Institute, allowing anyone with "cultural content" — whether vintage artwork or historical documents —...
With Open Gallery, Google wants to democratize art exhibits.
It's tough to get a small business loan, but not impossible. Check out six ways to improve your chances next time.
Government shutdown, be damned: 2013 was the best year for going public in almost a decade, according to a new report.
2013 was a great year for IPOs. Find out why.
High-definition displays that fit inside regular eyeglasses will be available in one year, said Vuzix, a company with a long history in the field of wearable displays.
High-definition displays that fit inside regular eyeglasses are coming soon.
Dark streaks in images from Mars, seen above, suggest flowing water. (NASA) During spring months on Earth, the ground thaws and new life abounds. On Mars, scientists have observed activity of a...
New findings suggest there's more water on Mars than scientists thought.
We’re thrilled to celebrate the 10 Best LinkedIn Company Pages of 2013! Thank you for nominating the businesses and organizations that have successfully inspired and engaged you throughout the year.
Bitcoin has a bright future, say tech gurus, executives and investors who predict the digital currency will grow in power and importance in the coming years.
Love it or hate it, Bitcoin is here to stay.
Twitter rolled out a new version of its app for iOS and Android today. It's similar to what we've already seen in the experimental versions, but there is one major difference: You can now send photos via direct message.
Smile! Twitter now lets you send private photos on direct message.
The Australian government has turned on a self-contained GSM network on Macquarie Island and plans to extend it to research stations on the Antarctic mainland. The new network runs off Range Networks’ open-source cellular systems.