Opposition groups call for new elections, but President Mohammed Morsi remains defiant Millions of protesters staged demonstrations across Egypt Sunday, calling for the resignation of President Mohammed
First human test of treatment that enables native insulin production found successful Those who are suffering with Type 1 diabetes may be able to ditch the needles in the future, thanks to a new treatment
Microsoft's Games with Gold initiative, which rewards its paying Xbox Live Gold subscribers with two free titles each month, officially kicks off today. That's about where the good news ends, however.
Data roaming rates in the EU dropped today as part of a staggered plan to reduce fees. Under the new rules, European companies cannot charge EU citizens more than €0.45 per megabyte, down from €0.70 previously.
Apple has just unveiled a completely redesigned Mac Pro at WWDC. The new machine features a brand new thermal core, with state of the art Intel Xeon chips. Unlike the previous generation Mac Pro, who’s
Apple Updates Siri With Twitter, Wikipedia, Bing Integration, New Commands And Male And Female Voices
At its WWDC keynote today, Apple announced an update to Siri that brings a number of new features to Apple’s voice-driven personal assistant for iOS. Not only is Siri getting a number of new high-quality
NBC News is reporting that retired Marine Gen. James "Hoss" Cartwright, the former second highest ranking officer in the US military, is currently under investigation for leaking classified information
Adobe Acquires Conversational Marketing Platform Neolane For $600M In Cash To Bolster Its Marketing Cloud
Adobe today announced that it has acquired Neolane, a conversational marketing company with an annual revenue of just under $60 million, in a transaction that’s worth $600 million in cash. Neolane was
These deadly invaders from the deep are showing up in surprising locations It’s a fatal infection without an effective treatment, and one that strikes in a decidedly gruesome manner: An amoebic organism
Indiegogo project AirBoxLab, based out of Paris, France, is hoping to build the “Nest for air quality” with its sensor device that monitors and reports on how much VOC, CO2, CO, and particulate matter
Armed with DVRs and tiny antennas, Aereo says the shift in TV has begun Chet Kanojia, Aereo's founder and CEO, strolls past the rows and rows of DVRs, TV antennas, and transcoders, and smiles when he how
Leading up to the unveiling of Apple’s new iTunes Radio service earlier this month at WWDC, we reported on some small details regarding deals Apple had reached with the major labels necessary to get bring
In a decision nearly three years in the making, the federal government's primary medical research agency has issued a final verdict on the use of chimpanzees in future scientific investigations. The National
Over on 9to5google, we posted an interesting perspective by the Wall Street Journal suggesting that Google now has greater ‘underlying value’ than Apple – head over to the story there for the details.
Rolling Stone this month published a fascinating, if somewhat morbid piece about how the city of Miami is all but certain to be submerged underwater due to climate change. As Jeff Goodell reports, research
Why the White House's proposals for curbing pollution may be mostly smoke and mirrors President Barack Obama gave a high-profile speech this afternoon at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, to announce
At this point, you’ve probably read about how popular Game of Thrones is on BitTorrent — and there’s at least one article calling the show “the once and future king of BitTorrent.” Well, it sounds like
Microsoft is just days away from releasing its Windows 8.1 preview, complete with the return of the Start button. The software maker has started to distribute final preview copies of Windows Server 2012
A nice update is landing any minute now for Sony’s Music Unlimited iOS app, which is continuing to improve thanks to some nice improvements coming with PS4 and PlayStation Plus. On top of some big discounts
Google Reader is slowing down. Over the past few days, buttons have broken, marking feeds as read seemed to take a bit longer than usual, and the Android mobile website on some devices shifted over to