Users may never have to leave a website again to take actions, such as retweet, respond, and follow, to specific content or names on a website via a pop-up. [Updated: 5:04]
The company is investigating the issue after a Samsung supervisor reportedly admitted to the researchers who uncovered the monitoring software that it was installed to find out how the computer “is being used.” [Updated: 5:04]
Kansas City was selected from nearly 1,100 applications to receive universal access at “competitive prices” to a one-gigabyte backbone [Updated: 1:07pm]
After 68 Million in losses, the rental icon will go the highest bidder on April 4th.
Tesla claims libel against ‘Top Gear’s’ review of their car’s poor energy longevity in real-world conditions.
For now, Google Talk Guru answers very basic queries through the Google chat interface.
The popular Customer Relations Management platform will likely expand its services to include sophisticated, real-time social media monitoring.
Shortage of Slim-type Optical Disk Drive components motivates vendors to reduce the number of computers equipped with the device–a decision that may not be reversed.
Sources: Techcrunch, Cnet, Yahoo News, Home Media Magazine, Auto Blog, Mashable, Techcrunch, Digitimes
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