Facebook finally rolls out hash tags, Apple gives the green light for iOS game controllers, and Samsung reveals yet another version of the Galaxy S4.
At the Ryder Cup today, attendees and players alike got an aerial reminder that the European team has enthusiastic boosters.
Ever wonder what else is being said surrounding a hash tag on Facebook? Well, if you're an iOS user you can now find out.
According to legal documents, the two companies came close to a deal in February over their patent tussle, but talks went south, The Wall Street Journal reports. Sources tell the Journal negotiations are ongoing.
It was a comedy. It was a tragedy. There was carelessness. There was an unnoticed underscore. But now the real Wendi Deng Murdoch has frozen her real Twitter feed. And the fake is leaving too.
Hashtag App allows iPhone users to monitor hash tags while on the go.
The former Sun CEO is behind Wayin, which is presenting "games of life," or real-time polls on an infinite number of topics. Company says it has the most powerful popular sentiment-gathering engine ever.
Linux programmers say they've surmounted a new obstacle, providing Linux support for the latest-generation iPods.
While Yahoo's investors would like a higher bid from the deep-pocketed software giant, they also want the deal done and are growing concerned.
The purported handset was pictured on Twitter, showing a streamlined look and a bit of a height difference from the Galaxy S4.