New and Noteworthy: CNN offers Mac security hyperbole; Australian AUC offers WWDC Scholarships
Now comes the hard part for Microsoft's new CEO -- getting the board of directors, Bill Gates, and more than 100,000 employees to trust his reimagining of the company.
The folks at Grovo paint a terrifying picture of a future dominated by obnoxious, Glass-wearing photophiles.
Paper reports as news a quote from a "source" that North Korea's Kim Jong-un was considering declaring war on Microsoft.
So a Google employee reportedly went off on protesters blocking the company's San Francisco shuttle bus was staged. Turns out it was staged and the resulting outrage fed narrative that speaks volumes about the great tech backlash 2014.
Microsoft posted a rebuttal to the mounting attacks on the company and Windows 8.
Austrian daredevil dives from 24 miles above Earth, breaking the sound barrier and also breaking a YouTube record for most concurrent live video streams.
Don't swallow Apple's marketing lines that 64-bit chips magically run software faster than 32-bit relics. What the A7 in the iPhone 5S does do, though, is pave the way for Apple's long-term future.
Here's the buzz that analyst Jon Oltsik is anticipating about the upcoming information security conference in San Francisco.