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Twitter vows not to utilize their patents in offensive litigation

04/18/2012, In an industry where patents are used as weapons rather than a protection of intellectual property, social media giant, Twitter, has announced a somewhat neutral stance vowing to never use the company’s patents as a weapon. This came about when it was...

Twitter has no interest in buying an Instagram of their own

04/17/2012, According to reports, it seems that prior to Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram, Twitter was reportedly interested in buying the company themselves. So now that their social media rival has gotten their hands on the popular photo sharing community,...

Huge Solar Tower to Power Las Vegas at Night

04/16/2012, A developer of large-scale solar powered projects has announced that it has just completed the central piece in the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project. SolarReserve is currently running the project that is hoped to be able to provide power amounting to...

Nintendo Registers Super Mario 4 Domain

04/16/2012, At Nintendo’s last investor presentation in January, the historic game company revealed that it was working on a new 2D Mario adventure game for the 3DS. The only information given by Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata was that the release date was...

Google Invites Users To Design Cover Photo For Google Chrome

04/16/2012, Since Google+ Pages has been getting a new layout over the past week or some, the Mountain View giant is trying to get the massive user-base to get interactive and come up with their own image to be used as Chrome’s cover photo for the social networking...

RIM’s Balsillie Wanted to Open Up BBM

04/16/2012, RIM former co-CEO Jim Balsillie who recently resigned from his post had an idea that he thought could reverse RIM’s decline in the global smartphone and tablet scene. He wanted to open up the famous BlackBerry Service, BlackBerry Messenger to Apple’s...

Apple Denies DoJ Allegations of Collusion

04/13/2012, As we previously reported, the US Department of Justice has sued Apple and some e-book publishers with the charges that both parties collaborated to fix e-book prices instead of giving the retailers a free rein. A few publishers, Simon & Schuster as...

Microryza: Crowd Funding for Scientific Research

04/12/2012, A firm called Microryza launched today has taken the famous crowd-based fundraising model applied in websites like Kickstarter and applied it to something that is essential for the steadily improving quality of life here on earth; scientific research....

Android Virus Lurking in Angry Birds Space Coveralls

04/12/2012, If you have been thinking about downloading the latest installment of the successful Angry Birds franchise, by all means go ahead. Head on over to Google Play and you should be able to find it in no time since it’s one of the top apps available for free...

AT&T Employees Still Recommend iPhone over Lumia 900

04/12/2012, In a ‘Sting’ operation, the folks over at CNet went to five AT&T stores in Manhattan to see if the employees of the store were promoting the Nokia Lumia 900 as what was previously announced by the carrier. And the weird thing was that they kept...

UXPin Offers Better Collaboration in UX Design Process

04/11/2012,   I met Marcin Tredder and Kamil Zięba , co-founders, UXPin, when they came to visit some of their top customers in the Silicon Valley. UXPin is a new kind of wireframing tool that includes a prototyping paper notepad with sticky notes and a web...

Google Currents Goes International with Version 1.1 Update

04/11/2012, Google Currents which was launched in December is an app for Android and iOS which allows users to explore online content with just the swipe of a finger. The app now has nearly 400 publisher editions and over 14,000 self-produced editions that are...

Microsoft Plans to bring Kinect to Windows Phone 8

04/11/2012, As far-fetched as it sounds, the folks over at VR-Zone claim to have had a chat with some Microsoft employees who mentioned the next step in Kinect-related technology. Apparently Microsoft has been working on fitting the Kinect Natural User Interface that...