Technology articles published in January 2013
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January 31, 2013
FCC Role in VoIP Services Future Unclear
The role of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in VoIP services remains unclear according to a Jan. 30 article from Bloomberg.
January 30, 2013
BlackBerry Announces New Flagship Phone Z10
BlackBerry Z10 Unveiled As BlackBerry's Newest Flagship Smartphone
McDonalds as Study Hall for the Web Deprived
An increasing number of students are using free Wi-Fi in McDonalds to complete school work.
Bang Your Friends with Bang With Friends
Ever want to have sex with your Facebook friends?
January 29, 2013
Meet Roboy, Your Social, Crowdsourced, Robot Buddy
Students at the University of Zurich are wrapping up a nine-month project to create a small human-like robot to live and work among us.
What Would Steve Jobs Do to Save Apple?
Five Ways to Get Apple's Mojo Back
Apple Announces New 128GB iPad 4
New iPad 4 Introduced By Apple
ReviewerCard – A Community of Online Reviewers
Do you really want to flash the same membership card and be a part of that community of active online reviewers?
January 28, 2013
Microporn Makes Editor's Pick on Twitter's Vine
The video in question appeared with a warning notice that was removable by tapping.
January 27, 2013
X79 - The Last Intel Enthusiast Platform?
What Intels exit from motherboards really means.
January 26, 2013
ITC to Review Apple's Patent Lawsuit Against Samsung
Apple's Patent Infringement Case Against Samsung Will Be Reviewed Again By The ITC
Anonymous Hacks U.S. Government
The activist group, Anonymous, hacked the website of the U.S. Sentencing Commission in an act of vengeance.
January 25, 2013
Apple Drops - the iPhone Stops - While Galaxy Pops
The iPhone 5 failed to impress me and as it seems, the world agrees as Apple experiences its first post-Jobs crisis
January 24, 2013
Snapchat, Poke, and Their Effect on Business Strategy
Does Snapchat have application for businesses?
How Qumu and IBM are Bringing 'Youtube with Speech Search' to Business
Qumu and IBM are bringing speech search to video for the very first time
January 22, 2013
Are Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC's) Changing Education?
How massive open online courses are chaning education, and how to create a new online intimacy conducive to learning.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Will Battle iPad Mini
Fast Follower Samsung Gets Faster
January 20, 2013
Mega File-Sharing Service By Kim Dotcom Launches
Kim Dotcom Is Back With His New Cloud Storage Service Mega
January 19, 2013
Seriously? Google Wants to Go Green Lantern on Us to Replace Passwords
In an attempt to rid us of easily forgotten passwords, Google engineers are considering a few unusual real-life devices.
January 17, 2013
Aaron Swartz Didn't Have to Die. Presumptive Arrogance, Power and Intransigence Garroted Him
The Death of Aaron Swartz. Mistaken Identity, Misapplied Legal Context and His Mythic Act.
January 16, 2013
Tizen Is Poised To Challenge Google And Apple In 2013 For Mobile Platform Supremacy
Can Tizen really compete with Google and Apple in 2013? Find some insights on why we think it very well could.
January 14, 2013
5 Reasons Why CES Still Matters
Highlights from CES
January 10, 2013
Coursera to Offer Verified Certificates for Students
Coursera are to offer students certification upon completion of their course.
Is Windows Phone the Answer for the Microsoft-Based Office?
Will the Windows Phone Give Apple a Run for its Money?
January 9, 2013
Rumor: An iPhone Priced At $99 to $199 Could Launch In 2013
Rumors Of Cheaper iPhone Resurfaces Again
January 8, 2013
Meet The Stars And Celebrities at CES 2013
The Celebs To Watch Out For At CES 2013
Microsoft's Pot Calls Out Google's Kettle
Google's FTC pat on the wrist angers Microsoft
January 7, 2013
ESA to Use Self-Designed LEON Chip in Upcoming Space Missions
ESA has designed an advanced 32-bit microprocessor and it will use this microprocessor in the coming space missions.
January 6, 2013
Superman's Data Crystals Becoming a Reality?
Japanese scientists believe they've come up with a way to store vast amounts of data in slivers of quartz.
Future of US Scientific Research Unclear After Fiscal Cliff
Although the US fiscal cliff has been averted, the future of US science research is still not clear.
LIVE: Stream from New Media Expo in Las Vegas
Watch our LIVE video feed from this year's New Media Expo in Las Vegas.
January 2, 2013
Google Starts Happy Birthday Home Page
The Google home page I saw today is different than yours-- unless today's your birthday
Digital Sales Break the £1bn Barrier
New figures reveal that sales of digital entertainment products topped £1bn in 2012 in Britain.
Top 5 Web Design Trends in 2013
5 predictions from the Web Design world for the year 2013.
January 1, 2013
Sony Says 'Game Over' for Iconic Playstation 2
It appears that it's Game Over for the PS2 as Sony has announced plans to end production and shipping of the PlayStation 2 in Japan.
UK Government Plans for Online Monitoring
The Communications Data Bill was drafted by the Government in June 2012 and calls for changes in the law to give police greater access to information about citizens’ online behaviour.
iPad Remains King Of The Web In Tablet Traffic
Apple's iPad Still Dominates Tablet Web Traffic With 87% Share
Google Pays Tribute to the Delhi Gang Rape Victim by Lighting a Candle on its Homepage
Google pays tribute to the Delhi Gang Rape Victim by Lighting a candle on it's Homepage