AT&T “would almost certainly” violate net neutrality rules if it begins charging for using FaceTime over its cellular network when Apple’s newest mobile operating system debuts in September, the digital rights group Free Press said Tuesday.
Users and developers may be howling over Twitter’s crackdown on third-party apps, but the intent is clear: Twitter wants to gain more Apple-like control over the Twitter user experience.
The NSA says the agency would violate Americans’ privacy even more than it already has if it provided statistics on how many citizens it’s spying on via a loophole in a 2008 law.
DZone’s Cloud Zone has been growing by leaps and bounds in the last couple of months, so we want to guage the community’s interest in the various and sundry aspects of the sometimes cloudy topic of cloud computing.
Siri’s had a rough ride since its launch with the iPhone 4S in October. And now it looks like Apple employees may also be upset that Siri hasn’t yet matured into the digital assistant of our dreams.
When I woke up this morning, in the vague state of my barely booted mind a thought popped up: we software developers bicker and debate almost solely about procedure, never about diagnostics and which solution to apply to a given problem. It looks like what’s really important about what we do is how we create solutions to problems, not about finding out what’s wrong in the first place. For doctors things are precisely the opposite: they first and foremost try to get a diagnose what the problem is, what causes it and with that information they pick a solution which is known to fix / cure the problem found with the patient. No diagnose, no cure.
The hot topic in the tech world today is Facebook’s IPO, wherein big-name investors are scrambling for Facebook share’s initially priced at $ 38 per share. These shares have already hit the market, and the price is…
Laugh all you want, but the stupendously silly $ 200 million Battleship blockbuster opening Friday isn’t close to sinking toy- and game-based films anytime soon. Here are 10 classic childhood diversions that got burned into our brains thanks to cheesy television commercials. We think Hollywood should eye these for their own movies.