Welcome to the new frontier of cyber-espionage, and remember this name: “Flame” — a mysterious new cyber spy tool that hit the headlines this week. read more
A year-long test between government agencies and private company, Lifesquare, is going on in Marin County, California. Read more
A new television technology known as Super Hi-Vision offers viewers a picture 16 times the resolution currently available on HDTVs. read more
Researchers at NYU School of Medicine have identified a single gene that simultaneously controls inflammation, accelerated aging and cancer. Read more
Siri has had her visitor badge revoked at IBM. Apparently she can’t keep quiet about what she hears. Read more
BGR reports that Microsoft is planning to launch Office for iOS in November this year, with the source claiming first-hand knowledge of the software running on an iPad. With the app’s splash screen referring to it as “Office for iOS”, the source also speculates that the app may also be coming to the smaller screens… Continue reading Microsoft Office for iOS and Android Arriving in November?
The effort to create an open-source graphics card suffered a premature and quiet death some time ago.
Meet Dragon Drive!, the latest in talking-car technology. Nuance Communications unveiled on Tuesday this new Siri-like voice platform designed specifically for the connected car. read more
Music-streaming site Spotify is headed down under, offering access to 16 million songs for free if the user puts up with “occasional advertising”. read more
Check out this great interview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnTuOSzTzws&sns=em