Joseph Demarest

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Hackers Turned the NRCC Website into Spam for Viagra

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>People are so mean when Republicans try to highlight there are actual young people who like the GOP. …

Tech News & Analysis - Wall Street Journal

Dow Jones, a News Corp company<p>News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information …

Intel's new 'Iris' integrated graphics are up to three times better than last year's versions

When you're buying a new computer with performance in mind, integrated graphics are generally not the ones you want. Even though they've improved greatly over the years, "Intel HD Graphics" has become synonymous with "doesn't play things very well," continually lagging behind dedicated GPUs from …

Samsung Galaxy S4 New Features Explained!

Chances are fairly good that by now you know whether or not you’re excited about the Samsung Galaxy S4, especially if you’ve checked out our review. But, you might still be curious.<p>Our Joe Hindy covered most of the big features coming to the Galaxy S4 a while back, but we hadn’t had a chance to get …

Microsoft Takes Hard Edge Against Android, iPhone in Latest Windows Phone Ad

One of Windows Phone’s biggest challenges remains convincing buyers that the iPhone and Android aren’t the only options.<p>With a new TV ad, Microsoft …

Windows Phone ad pokes fun at iOS vs. Android war

Windows Phone has always been left out of the mobile wars, with iOS and Android mainly taking center stage and fighting in the ring. However, …

Windows Phone

Living with Chromebook: Giving Google's OS a second chance

Gmail, Google Docs, Maps, Picasa, and nearly all of Google's other products don't require traditional software -- just a browser and a live Web connection.<p>The HP Pavilion 14 has the largest screen we've seen to date in a Chromebook, and could easily be mistaken for a run-of-the-mill plastic laptop.

IBM’s solar tech is 80% efficient thanks to supercomputer know-how

Water that cools photovoltaics gets used for other purposes, upping efficiency.<p>By borrowing cooling systems used in its supercomputers, IBM Research …

Western Digital releases 5mm UltraSlim 2.5-inch hard drive

Western Digital has just begun shipping a new 2.5-inch internal hard drive that’s only a mere 5mm thick. The company is calling it the UltraSlim, and …

Western Digital

As Apple loses value, analysts ask: How low can it go?

NEW YORK -- Apple may have lost nearly half of its value since its peak in September, but it's still the talk of the town. Only this time, it's all about how low can it go?<p>Wall Street would normally be set for a technical rebound after a drop of more than 2 percent, the worst weekly decline so far …

Glass gets strict: Sharing, paid apps and ads risk remote kill

Google’s Glass Explorer Edition headsets will come with a set of usage, tech, and app limitations at odds with the freedom Android developers are …

Wearable Tech

Future iPhone Displays Could Use Sapphire Crystal Instead of Glass

- Apr 12, 2013<p>While Apple’s designs always get high marks for pure aesthetic value, the company has often been criticized over the durability of …

Nobody Knows If There's A Bitcoin Bubble

It has become almost obligatory for mainstream journalists writing about Bitcoin to describe the currency’s current value as a bubble. It’s widely assumed that the recent increase in the value of a bitcoin, from $13.50 at the start of the year to more than $250 today, must be the result of …

Boot up: Bitcoin crashes, PCs dwindle, the truth about Summly and more

A burst of 11 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology team<p>Nearly 60K low-quality apps booted from Google Play store In February, …

“Household name” cloud computing companies are preparing to dunk their servers in vats of oil

By June or July of this year, according to Andy Price of Green Revolution Cooling, something strange will be announced by at least two of the companies that own the hundreds of thousands of computers that make the internet possible. In out-of-the-way locations, these companies—whose identities …

Green Movement

How a Single Android Phone Can Hack an Entire Plane

If airlines were already keen to keep your phone switched off, things could soon get even more militant. According to a talk by Hugo Teso at the Hack …

Google Wants to Create a Dotless Domain Called "Search"

It's well known that Google's competitors aren't keen on it getting hold of the .search top-level domain. But the company has outlined a new plan …

T-Mobile Will Give You the iPhone 5 for Free If You Trade in an Old iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S

After a long wait, T-Mobile will finally start selling the iPhone 5 this Friday. To sweeten the pot for people (and to encourage people joining up …