Today’s top stories with TechExposure’s unique commentary.
China presses on with its plans to monitor every piece of information passing thru Chinese computers. Can anyone say “Big Brother”?
Microsoft’s $9 billion research unit is coming up with ways to save our planet from climate change caused by greenhouse gasses, which is in no small part due to our computers being left on all day long. How
There’s a few interesting threads in the papers today regarding the value of an iPhone and the sum of its parts. Are you still confused?
Further consolidation of the gaming industry as one big gaming company buys another. It’s a good thing that industry hasn’t figured out they could go to congress and ask for bailouts. Hey, there are probably thousands of programming jobs at risk here.
Did we read that headline correctly? 5 Million TVs! What ever happened to USA TV Manafucterers like Zenith? Remember their slogn, “the quality goes in before the name goes on”? It’s no wonder that the US is starting to aggressive in its trade restrictions.
Now developers of mobile ads can bake in Google Adsense ads. The hegemony continues!
Remember when “Microsoft Security” was considered a oxymoron? According to their website, the Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) Beta reached 75,000 downloads in less than 24 hours.
More on the Microsoft front. Kayak, the multi-airline fare checker has a nice looking website. They claim that the folks at Microsoft Bing like it so much, they copied it. Look here – Source: Wired News:
Palm is vying for the “Avis award”, they try harder (but they’re still number two)
File this one in the ‘duh’ department. Fortune Magazine reports that of the 100 CEOs interviewed, none are maintaining a blog, and only two have a Facebook page.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better for online-tv viewing, open-source Boxee platform who already aggregated content from CBS, Hulu, MTV, Netflix, The WB and more, has announced, along with its Windows release, new content from Digg, Current, MLB. It’s great to be living in the Open-source age. Now, let’s get everyone over to Linux…