Ryan Germick, a designer and illustrator for Google, doesn’t have much time for boring stuff like rules. “We don’t use handbooks or focus groups,” he says . “All we want to do is something as creative and fun as possible for as many people as possible.”
American newspaper the Wall Street Journal claims that Amazon will release a 3D smartphone later this year.
Terrible news about the stock market crash, eh?
Losing the ability to attract new users by spending £2,000 a month on Apple's iAd mobile advertising network? Annoying. Seizing the chance for a bigger PR win by announcing the ban? Priceless.
More than 55,000 interviews with consumers were conducted across the 15 largest markets in the world to measure the corporate reputation of the 100 most visible companies.
Ever since waves of Indian graduates poured into Silicon Valley in Northern California in the 1970s and 1980s, talented Indians have made breakthroughs, pushed boundaries and held positions of power in the world of technology and media.
An Apple spokesperson has said that the flaw that swept across two-thirds of the internet does not affect the companies services.
The US stock market showed signs of nervousness Thursday as three major indexes took a simultaneous dive, with little or no prompting from any noticeable bad news.
EBay announced it will-at Carl Icahn's urging-appoint business executive David Dorman as an independent director. In exchange, Icahn said he'll back-off.
Greg Christie, one of the named inventors of Apple's "slide to unlock" system on its iPhone, is leaving the company in a move that will concentrate software design under Jonathan Ive.
Companies often spend a lot of money on cultivating their technology, but a study suggests nearly 70 percent of what is spent may be misdirected.
The website had over 30 employees, including 25 staff writers.
The “hacktivist” collective Anonymous have vowed to release the names of “about 1,000” Ku Klux Klan members as part of an ongoing operation against the white supremacist group in the US.