Call it half full or half empty; either way this glass plays an E flat.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation into allegations that a top Chinese maker of phone equipment supplied Iran with U.S.-made hardware and software, including a powerful surveillance system, in violation federal laws and a trade embargo.
The Twitter iOS app could be getting a major facelift in the near future, according to leaked information in iOS 6 beta’s redesigned App Store.
HP announced on Tuesday that by using its Operations Orchestration Manager software, its private and hybrid cloud offerings can be configured to burst into public clouds, including the HP Public Cloud, Savvis, and Amazon Web Services.
Microsoft has revamped its SkyDrive cloud storage service, transforming it from a web-based locker to a Dropbox-like syncing system. The new features mean you can easily access all your files no matter what device you’re using.
Turntable.fm, a social music service that goes beyond the usual buzzword with a service that turns music fans into avatars so they can DJ music for each other in rooms, is officially ?legit.? On Tuesday at the SXSW Interactive festival, Turntable.fm co-founders Billy Chasen and Seth Goldstein announced that their company had secured licensing deals with all four major labels during a panel called ?Turntable.FM: The Future of Music Is Social.?