Too busy to keep up with today's tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET (and elsewhere) for Monday, July 18.
While many consumers are still moaning about the Netflix price hike,what it means for the future: is Netflix killing DVDs the way Apple helped kill off floppies?
iPad or iPhone--helping to broaden their "TV Everywhere" strategy. The service is available to customers of AT&T, Cox, Dish Network, and Verizon--but not Time Warner Cable customers.will stream straight to mobile devices such as an
are on the decline at U.S. wireless carriers, despite the fact that revenues are up. If merger, people are worried that this will mean even more job losses in the industry.
App makers and Twitter feel some tension as the Federal Trade Commission investigates Twitter's relationship with app developers. Of course, the real question here is: are the makers partners or competitors? (The New York Times)
may have invented the Portable Document Format standard, but it just acquired EchoSign for electronic PDF signatures. This should make life a bit easier, so you don't have to bother printing out documents to scan/fax/mail the papers; instead, just to send a signature.
Reports today indicate Apple will sell thefor $350, and that and awaiting a release date. breaks down what to expect when Apple post third-quarter earnings tomorrow.
, and is selling a manufacturing plant in Juarez, Mexico, to Foxconn.
cars. The motor club is running pilot programs in six areas to give a boost to electric car drivers whose batteries have died.to alleviate range anxiety surrounding electric
When you see a cat or dog, the wagging tail or arched back can immediately tip you off to the animal's mood. Can technology make it as easy to read people? That's the idea behind the Necomimi, a pair of brain wave-sensing robotic cat ears made by Japanese company Neurowear. Watch asears to find out.