Search Results

Results 1-20 of 844 for Katherine Noyes

Hacking as a Service Hits the Mainstream

A fledgling website created last fall connects hackers with clients willing to pay for their services. ...

Virtual Traffic Lights Could Revolutionize City Driving

The average American worker spends almost half an hour commuting each day, but virtual traffic lights could cut that almost in half ...

Facebook Adds Amber Alerts for Missing Kids

Facebook on Tuesday announced that it has begun a new effort to help find missing children by incorporating Amber Alerts into the news feeds of its 185 million U.S. users. ...

Google’s Project Ara Smartphone Puzzle Is Coming Together

Google has shed fresh light on Project Ara, its modular Android smartphone initiative, including plans to pilot the project in Puerto Rico through food truck-style stores ...

SCOTUS Seeks DoJ Input on Google-Oracle Java Dispute

The Supreme Court of the United States on Monday invited the Obama administration to weigh in on whether it should hear arguments in the ongoing dispute between Google and Oracle over Java copyrights ...

Auto Insurance? Just Google It

Google reportedly is gearing up to launch a shopping and comparison site for auto insurance in the United States ...

Kepler-438b and 442b: Are These the Planets We’re Looking For?

Astronomers on Tuesday announced the discovery of eight new potentially habitable planets beyond our solar system, including two that are the most similar to Earth of any discovered so far ...

Sony’s New Walkman Aims Sky High

Sony on Monday debuted a new Walkman at CES that's as notable for its hefty price as for its high-end features ...

Gogoro: The Little Electric Scooter That Could?

Gogoro on Monday took to the stage at CES to unveil a zero-emissions electric scooter. The Smartscooter is designed to be powered by batteries available via subscription from a network of vending machines in urban areas around the world. ...

SpaceX Seeks to Defy Odds With Ocean-Platform Rocket Landing

SpaceX next week will attempt a feat with odds of success of just 50 percent. Specifically, it will try for the first time to land the first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket on a custom-built ocean platform in the Atlantic Ocean. ...

Gmail Struggles for Air in China

China last week apparently began blocking Gmail, and the outage was still in effect on Tuesday, although to a lesser degree, according to reports. ...

Amazon Plans Fire Phone Do-Over for 2016

Amazon is working on a second iteration of its Fire Phone but doesn't plan to release it until 2016, according to reports ...

Google Calls In Legal Eagles in MPAA Piracy Skirmish

Google on Friday filed a lawsuit against Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, the latest salvo in its battle with the Motion Picture Association of America over piracy ...

Minecraft Players Will Get to Shape the Game’s Story

Mojang has partnered with Telltale Games to create a brand new Minecraft game that will be narrative-driven ...

Tech Industry Rallies Around Microsoft in Data Privacy Battle With US

Apple, Amazon, AT&T, CNN, National Public Radio and The Washington Post were among numerous technology and media companies to support Microsoft this week, as it battled U.S. efforts to seize a customer's emails ...

Google’s Cardboard VR Kit Is Really No Joke

Google last week announced an updated app for its minimalist Cardboard virtual reality viewer, as well as software development kits for both Android and the Unity game engine ...

Berners-Lee Sounds Clarion Call for Universal Web Access

The Internet should be a basic human right, but access to it is increasingly unequal around the globe, said Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the World Wide Web Foundation, as he launched its annual Web Index last week ...

2014’s Top Google Play Picks: Fitness, Netflix, Frozen and More

Health and fitness was the fastest-growing category of apps on Google Play this year, according to a report Google published on Thursday ...

FIDO Alliance Launches ‘Password Killer’ Spec

The Google-supported FIDO Alliance this week achieved a key milestone in its mission to end the use of passwords by releasing version 1.0 of its namesake open standard ...

Facebook Search Tool Finds Posts in a Haystack

Facebook on Monday made it possible for users to perform keyword searches for individual posts on the social network ...

Technewsworld Channels