In Marseille, France a teenager suffered an eye injury when his girlfriend’s iPhone exploded. The news comes a few weeks after an iPod touch exploded here in England.
A court in Texas has ordered Microsoft to stop selling Word, after coming to the conclusion that the extremely popular program infringes a patent owned by a company in Canada.
In hope to help the company stay afloat, General Motors will be moving the sale of some vehicles online, an industry first.
California will be the first state to trial the deployment where 225 of California’s GM dealers will offer Buick, Chevrolet, GMC and Pontiac cars on a co-branded page of eBay Motors.
A man from Florida who has been accused of downloading child pornography is blaming his pet cat. Detectives found more than 1,000 images on his computer which accounts for 10 possessions of child pornography.
A blogger who was targeted in a co-ordinated attack against websites such as Facebook and Twitter has told the BBC he blames Russia for the assault.
Software giant Microsoft is trying to improve the visuals in Windows 7 by working with hardware makers on Direct X11.
The activities of Apple’s legal team hit a new low after threatening an 11 year old girl after one of its iPods exploded.
An international debate is needed on the use of autonomous military robots, a leading academic has said.
In June, Facebook had grown by a massive 24 million users. It now has around 250 million active users and recieves 340 million global unique visitors.
With all the deals being introduced, it seems Microsoft is trying all they can to reduce piracy on their new operating system, Windows 7 – a large problem with the earlier Microsoft OS’s. Unfortunately though, it seems an OEM master key from Lenovo has been leaked.