September 2009 - Industry News
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Twitter amps up program to display videos in your timeline
Help protect yourself from signed malware in OS X
Yahoo's at it again with gaming platform acquisition
The wide world of hacking in China
AT&T nabs Samsung Galaxy S4 exclusively in red
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Intel Forum preview: Moore's Law expressed as fewer chips
Intel plans to express Moore's Law as integration of functions into fewer chips later this month at the Intel Developer Forum. Read More...
09-13-2009 2:00 PM
Point of Wealth: The reverse ATM
Paid in cash? Point of Wealth lets you put it where you should, when you earn it. Read More...
09-22-2009 8:14 AM
Gist opens up, adds noise and friends filters
E-mail helper service Gist is now open to everyone and has some new ways for users to focus how much information they see. Read More...
09-14-2009 10:00 PM
Two-thirds of Americans object to online tracking
The more people know about how they're being tracked by online advertisers, the less they like it, a survey found. (From The New York Times) Read More...
09-29-2009 1:55 PM
Now syncing: Google history on mobile phones
Google has made two enhancements to Google.com on mobile phones: history sync and local search. See what's new. Read More...
09-30-2009 2:51 PM
How Yahoo is betting its cloud will pay off
With Yahoo counting on cloud computing to accelerate development, a behind-the-scenes IT guy like Shelton Shugar moves into the spotlight. Read More...
09-30-2009 9:00 PM
Twitter launches 'Lists' in limited testing
Microblogging service rolls out a user grouping feature, Lists, to a small subset of users with plans to expand to the entire user base once tested. Read More...
09-30-2009 10:09 AM
Supercomputer to use new Nvidia 'Fermi' chip
Oak Ridge National Laboratory announces plans for a new supercomputer that will use Nvidia's next generation GPU architecture. Read More...
09-30-2009 8:05 AM
Phone calling coming to Twitter
A beta service expected to launch Thursday will allow Twitter users to make voice calls to each other without needing to know someone's phone number. Read More...
09-16-2009 9:46 AM
OLED TV makers look to shift out of neutral
The technology is still years away, though Samsung and LG say they intend to increase production of bigger TVs using the new technology. Read More...
09-30-2009 8:41 AM
U.S. geothermal could supply 7 million people
Report shows state-by-state analysis of how much U.S. geothermal energy power is potentially available if current projects are completed. Read More...
09-30-2009 11:38 PM
Cisco to buy video firm Tandberg for $3 billion
As part of its expansion into videoconferencing and collaboration, Cisco Systems antes up for the Norwegian video communications company. Read More...
09-30-2009 11:45 PM
World's smallest neurostimulator gets green light
The Brio, which treats the symptoms of Parkinson's, gets European approval and is implanted in a 67-year-old man, though it is yet to be approved for use in the U.S. Read More...
09-10-2009 6:49 AM
Facebook Beacon has poked its last
As part of the terms of a class-action settlement against the ill-fated advertising experiment, Facebook will finally shut it down--and create a $9.5 million "settlement fund" to create an independent online privacy foundation. Read More...
09-18-2009 4:58 PM
802.11n Wi-Fi standard finally approved
After seven years, the new, faster standard for wireless networking finally makes it past the draft stage. Read More...
09-11-2009 10:33 AM