When I was a kid, I used to stare at the Apple logo on my sister’s hand-me-down Macintosh LCII and dream about the future. That half-bitten apple was a symbol, a vision of a different world: a world where renegades and upstarts took crazy ideas and turned them into reality.
Back in February, Chinese smartphone maker Huawei announced a new partnership with Germany’s high-end camera company Leica, stating the two were going to work together on mobile photography.
Google now offers a triple-play–on the cheap. Landlines have been steadily dying off since as early as 2004. Back then, only a few percent of Americans survived solely with a cell phone. As of the CDC’s 2015 survey, 46.7% of adults and 55.3% of children were wireless-only.
A recently-amended California bill that would force phone or software makers, like Apple and Google, to decrypt data or face fines just got sizably bigger in scope.
(Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Thursday advanced a proposal to ensure the privacy of broadband Internet users by barring providers from collecting user data without consent.
When the first day of April comes, it is already a tradition for technology company Google to play around and entertain with their April Fools’ jokes. Back in 2013, it launched ‘Google Nose,’ which integrates search with our sense of smell.
Minions Google has abruptly killed off one of its April Fool’s Day “jokes” after it caused outrage online, with multiple people claiming that it lost them their jobs. The premise of the joke was simple. In Gmail, next to the standard “Reply” button, Google added a “Mic drop” button.
North Korea has officially announced it is blocking Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and South Korean websites in a move underscoring its concern with the spread of online information.