To highlight enhanced graphics on its Galaxy Tab S, the Korean electronics giant partners with content providers on a digital magazine feature called Papergarden.
Despite the recommendations of the IT pricing inquiry, Australia is supporting a proposal to prohibit the circumvention of "technological measures" such as geo-blocking.
The company says that SNK Playmore's decision to terminate its licensing agreement is "unjustified."
Consumer lobby group Choice is encouraging Australians to avoid geo-blocks, but Quickflix has hit back at the basis for its arguments.
The device will be distributed by game wholesaler Tommo in the U.S., and will come with 20 Neo Geo classics, including Metal Slug and Fatal Fury.
The Osaka-based SNK Playmore is reportedly getting into the hardware business again with none other than the Neo Geo. But this time, it's a portable game player.
Two Digg employees have built "Wheretheladies.at," a relatively simple map mashup that tries to figure out which South by Southwest venues are populated by the most females.
CNET has learned that Twitter has been working on a database of cities and 'hoods that could be used to geotag tweets rather than a specific latitude and longitude.
A technology to cut delays in Net communications is now built into parts of the Internet. Next up: signing up partners such as Akamai and creating an official standard.
Your Wi-Fi-enabled device may reveal your address on the Web. Hackers heat things up. Also: Pandora's IPO.