Google I/O 2013 is less than a week away at this point. The conference runs from May 15th through the 17th and will hopefully bring plenty of goodies for Android users. While there is still some question as to what will be shown and announced, we do know that Google will be running things a little bit different this year.
Ever wanted to translate words or phrases to Bosnian, Cebuano, Hmong, Javanese and Marathi? Well now you can, thanks to Google Translate. The search engine company announced through its blog that these five languages would now be added to the system, increasing the total number of languages on the platform to more than 70.
The social network's revenue has risen 38% to $1.46bn (£940m), of which 30% came from mobile advertising. The company announced on Wednesday a net profit of $219m (£140m) for the January to March quarter, up from $205m (£131m) in the same period a year ago.
Look up. Those are upcoming Microsoft logos — as strange as it may seem. They’re new designs for Bing (left) and another Microsoft product (either Yammer or Skype), part of Microsoft’s overall effort to re-imagine itself, reports the Verge.
No matter how carefully thought out your password, no matter how complex it is, if you type it on a keyboard, (irrespective of language or symbol), as we all must do, it is no challenge to a hacker. Yet another major website ( LivingSocial.com ) falls prey to a hacking attack. What was the treasure hackers were after? What is the bounty they lust after?
EVE Online's tenth anniversary Fanfest promised to be its biggest yet, with over 1,400 players packed into Iceland's Harpa convention centre to find out the latest on EVE Online, DUST 514, and World of Darkness.
A pilot program to test AT&T and T-Mobile service along the A/C/E line between 14th and 23rd streets is set to start in late May, an official with Transit Wireless told amNewYork in an interview on Thursday. It aims to test methods of covering “short-run” tunnels, those shorter than half a mile.
We often talk about iPhones and Android Devices, but it’s equally important to discuss Blackberry, a company that is still very popular in the business class. Most Smartphone users who are interested mainly in the ‘fancy and cool’ applications would rather own a Samsung or an Apple device as opposed to a Blackberry.