Microsoft brings Office to iPhone, but not tablets (Update)
Even as a pared-down version of Microsoft's Office software package arrived on the iPhone, the company is holding out on extending that to the iPad and Android devices as it tries to boost sales of tablet ...
Cube Slam: Google's video game plays up WebRTC, WebGL
Microsoft offers bounties for novel hacker tactics
Microsoft on Wednesday posted bounties of up to $100,000 for "truly novel" ways to hack the latest version of its Windows software for powering computers.
Autophaser improves sample analysis in areas such as cancer, Alzheimers and oil spills
(Phys.org) —A new software package allows researchers to vastly improve the performance of one of the key tools used to analyse medical and environmental samples.
Breakthrough platform technology for improving effectiveness of online learning
Fujitsu Laboratories of America and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology today announced the joint development of a personalized learning platform that enhances the effectiveness of online learning.
Winners and losers at this week's E3
Since the first battles over "Pong" machines in local arcades four decades ago, video gamers have loved good competition. And this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo—the industry's largest annual gathering—presented ...
Not all new Apple features made the spotlight
With such a plethora of fancy new features from the iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks operating systems that Apple Inc. unleashed upon the world at this week's Worldwide Developers conference in San Francisco, it was inevitable that ...
A long awaited 'Final Fantasy' returns at E3
It's a video game more than seven years in the making.
'Watch Dogs' video game a sign of the times
Across the dizzying, colorful show floor at last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo, there were games on display where players could become all manner of things, like a throat-slashing 18th century pirate, ...
'Modern Warfare' mastermind introduces 'Titanfall'
Vince Zampella is back at E3.
Video game hacks straight into US surveillance storm
A video game with a protagonist who controls the world around him by hacking into systems is generating growing buzz, for its eerie parallels with the current storm about US surveillance.
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