On the eve of Samsung's big Galaxy S4 launch, Apple's marketing head decides that it's time to talk trash. Expect more of the same for 2013.
What's old is new again in the case between Apple and Samsung. Samsung points to two early 2000s gesture technologies to discredit the patents Apple is using to wage war on its rival.
In the legal slugfest between the two tech giants, Samsung will finally get to bring out its own witnesses -- possibly as early as Monday.
Led by a former federal high-tech crimes prosecutor, the Facebook security team outsmarts foreign technical attacks, thwarts account hijackers and gets spammers to pay.
With Evernote Business, the company optimizes its "remember anything" platform for business customers, making the cloud-based app much more competitive.
More than 3,000 Yingli Solar panels are now operating at NFL Atlantic Health Training Center in New Jersey.
If Wilson is the brains of The 404, and Jeff is the brawn, then what is Justin? Aside from answering that question, we're also thinking of new names for Jeff's hockey team, talking about Adobe's new software rental program, iPad 2s coming to Toys 'R Us stores and Best Buy vaults, and the future of the Apple iPod Touch.
If Wilson is the brains of The 404, and Jeff is the brawn, then what is Justin? We're also thinking of new names for Jeff's hockey team, and talking about Adobe's new software rental program and the iPad 2 coming to Toys "R" Us stores and Best Buy vaults.
On Thursday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Ina Fried discuss Microsoft's latest advertising campaign, which not so subtly targets Apple's mocking "I'm a Mac" ads. Don't expect to see Jerry Seinfeld, though, in the new television spots, premiering Thursday evening.
Is there some way for the open-source community to preempt the threats made against it?