07/02/2013, Yahoo announced today that it has acquired Bignoggings to improve its own mobile fantasy sports offerings. Terms of this deal were not disclosed.
07/02/2013, Facebook is reportedly pondering over the idea of becoming a mobile game publisher, it is said to be in talks with various game developers on a deal that would publish their games under Facebook's brand.
07/02/2013, Microsoft today announced that Bing ads will be incorporated in Windows 8.1 Smart Search. Advertisers campaigns already participating on Yahoo Bing Network will be eligible for Bing ads in Windows 8.1 Smart Search without any additional setup.
07/01/2013, After BlackBerry's quarterly results which missed analysts' estimates, former Apple CEO John Sculley has said that the company should stop making hardware if it wants to make a comeback and focus on secure messaging.
07/01/2013, Now here is a baseball bat that does not cause pain!
06/30/2013, Carl ZEISS drops its first name in the brand to become just ZEISS.
06/28/2013, This Iron Man themed lightsaber is extremely impressive.
06/27/2013, Watch the YouTube video above and sympathize with new anchor Helen Kapalos, who thought that everything would run just fine that particular day, but as technology failed her, her tongue (and of course, brain) also did not manage to pull the situation...
06/27/2013, Twitter Music app for iOS has been updated. It now adds Genres and five new Charts which will make it easier for users to search and discover popular music.
06/27/2013, Fancy cloning a mouse just from a drop of blood? Can the same be done on humans?
06/26/2013, The new logo of Motorola Mobility has been spotted online. It touts a few Google touches, it has been a Google company since 2011 after all.
06/26/2013, Complaints have been filed with the EU against Facebook, Skype, Yahoo, Microsoft and Apple since they have allegedly provided the NSA data under the PRISM program.
06/25/2013, Bridge of Life in Korea has inspirational messages beamed onto its handrails.
06/25/2013, Kinect-controlled cockroaches could be the future of espionage.