If you’re an Android user and a fan of Comedy Central’s hit satirical news program The Daily Show, then today’s you’re lucky day. [Read more]
Three days ahead of schedule, Nokia’s software update for its Lumia 900 data glitch is now available for users.
Read the original post:
Nokia offers software update for Lumia 900 glitch
We reviewed the G-RAID with Thunderbolt drive from G-Tech and found it one of the fastest and most expensive Thunderbolt storage devices on the market. [Read more]
Reacting to market demand, Sharp has announced that it has begun to produce the world’s first high-performance LCD screens that incorporate IGZO oxide semiconductors. [Read more]
Read the original:
Sharp begins production of world’s first IGZO LCD panels
Apps that served up gaming, anime, and adult-oriented video clips also gained access to sensitive information, according to McAfee.
See the original post here:
Japanese users of Google Play get played by malware
A new study of hundreds of middle-schoolers uses ultraviolet-imaging technology to show that sun damage can happen early in life. [Read more]
Google is trying to popularize the somewhat obscure art of data visualization by adding more user-friendly options to its Fusion Tables app.
Read the rest here:
Google adds new options for viewing data in Fusion Tables
With some publishers settling their antitrust lawsuit with the government, prices for e-books are expected to come down. But how much of a change will we really see? [Read more]
What’s the future of e-book pricing?
The company says that it will be demonstrating Thunderbolt storage devices at the NAB Show 2012 in Las Vegas on both Mac and Windows platforms. [Read more]
Pushing forward with its LTE 4G upgrade, Sprint will recycle iDEN push-to-talk spectrum. [Read more]
Go here to see the original:
Sprint revamping old iDEN network for LTE