Posts Tagged ‘technica’

Web Firm Suspects Iran Hacked Into It – Wall Street Journal

Fox News Web Firm Suspects Iran Hacked Into ItWall Street JournalAn Internet-security company said it was tricked into trying to lure Iranian users to fake versions of major websites, a sophisticated hack it suspects the Iranian government carried out. Comodo Group Inc., a Jersey City, NJ, …In...
March 26th, 2011 | News | Read More

Oracle: Itanium is dead. Intel: not by a long shot! – Ars Technica

Independent Online Oracle: Itanium is dead. Intel: not by a long shot!Ars TechnicaIn an odd development, Oracle has attempted to pre-announce the discontinuation of Intel's Itanium line. In a statement today, the database maker announced that, "it has decided to discontinue all …Oracle...
March 23rd, 2011 | News | Read More

Senators: DUI checkpoint apps are "harmful to public safety" – Ars Technica

Telegraph.co.uk Senators: DUI checkpoint apps are "harmful to public safety"Ars TechnicaDUI checkpoints are supposed to be a surprise, not something you can carefully plan your drinking-and-driving night around, according to four US Senators. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), Harry Reid (D-NV),...
March 23rd, 2011 | News | Read More

Google adds speech recognition to Chrome beta – Inquirer

Techtree.com Google adds speech recognition to Chrome betaInquirerThe latest build of Chrome beta features support for the HTML5 speech input API, which Google has been working on with the HTML Speech Incubator Group. The API will allow developers to write web apps for Chrome in HTML5 that allow...
March 23rd, 2011 | News | Read More

Firefox 4 Beats IE9 24hr Download Tally Twice Over – Techtree.com

CNET Firefox 4 Beats IE9 24hr Download Tally Twice OverTechtree.comMicrosoft Internet Explorer's ironic case of having a sizeable installed base and yet being considered an underdog changed with the release of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), which caused quite a scare in the Firefox and Chrome camps...
March 23rd, 2011 | News | Read More

Back to the front of the pack: Ars reviews Firefox 4 – Ars Technica

Techtree.com Back to the front of the pack: Ars reviews Firefox 4Ars TechnicaMozilla has officially released Firefox 4, a major update of the popular open source Web browser. The new version introduces a much-improved user interface, significant performance enhancements, …Firefox 4 available...
March 23rd, 2011 | News | Read More

AT&T swallows T-Mobile to create US’ largest carrier – Ars Technica

USA Today AT&T swallows T-Mobile to create US' largest carrierArs TechnicaIn recent months, T-Mobile advertising has been laying into AT&T, criticizing the carrier for hobbling a hot phone with slow network speeds. Either that was a form of flirting, or AT&T decided it …AT&T...
March 20th, 2011 | News | Read More

Sellout of latest iPad 2 shipment raises questions about Apple’s international … – Apple Insider

Globe and Mail Sellout of latest iPad 2 shipment raises questions about Apple's international …Apple InsiderNew shipments of the iPad 2 to some Apple stores around the country on Tuesday immediately sold out, raising questions for one analyst about how much inventory Apple will have available...
March 15th, 2011 | News | Read More

Few Current iPad Owners Will Buy iPad 2, Poll Suggests – PC Magazine

The Hindu Few Current iPad Owners Will Buy iPad 2, Poll SuggestsPC MagazineEarlier this week, Editor-in-Chief Lance Ulanoff asked PCMag readers whether they planned to buy the iPad 2 and what current iPad owners would do with their existing tablets. Of the almost 8000 readers who responded, only...
March 11th, 2011 | News | Read More

Apple iPad Is Doctors’ First Choice, but Tablet Competition Growing: Survey – eWeek

Globe and Mail Apple iPad Is Doctors' First Choice, but Tablet Competition Growing: SurveyeWeekAn Aptilon survey says 79 percent of doctors prefer the iPad, while a Mobihealthnews report on a health care tablet war shows increasing competition from Android, HP webOS and RIM BlackBerry PlayBook....
March 11th, 2011 | News | Read More