Pioneering Internet television service Hulu recently celebrated its
third anniversary in a fitting locale: under the roller coaster at the
Santa Monica Pier.
Kindergarten is supplementing crayons, finger paints and flashcards with
Amazon.com Inc. is dropping the price on its Kindle e-reader, but the change comes with a trade-off: On-screen ads.
The life of an app developer can be lonely, but for one
night the City of New York showcased some of the most innovative app writers in town.
Just about an hour after the magnitude 9 earthquake struck Japan on
March 11, Google's Person Finder system was up and running, collecting
records and enabling people to search online for those who might have
been injured or were missing.
Sprint confirmed Tuesday that it expects to roll out technology to let consumers
check out at registers with their smartphones.
Now social media are the
new targets for hackers, and Facebook is the biggest
target of them all.
Yet another celebrity has entered into the social media world. This time
it is Jermaine Dupri.