Marissa Mayer has announced some big news around Flickr today: starting right now, Flickr users get 1TB of storage for free, “enough for a lifetime of photos” she says (that’s 500,000 full-resolution photos according to Yahoo’s estimate).
An analyst presents new figures noting that Apple has now achieved a record revenue of $56.60 per a single visitor of their amazing Retail Stores.
A new leak suggests that CDMA compatible version of Motorola X Phone is also being developed, which will bring support for Sprint and Verizon networks.
Rumor has it that Samsung Galaxy S4 will have a slower processor than the original Galaxy S4 model, which either has a Snapdragon 600 or Exynos 5 Octa processor.
It is being reported that cyberattacks against the U.S. are once again originating from China, a country from which attack traffic reportedly tripled last year.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that it will be showing its new FIFA 14 game at the next generation Xbox launch event tomorrow.
Rumor has it that HTC One Android 4.2.2 software update is going to be released in the next two or three weeks.
As Microsoft is about to announce the next-generation Xbox tomorrow, this may be the last day on which we use the term Xbox 720 (“Xbox Infinity” is rumored, but that seems like a very “final/ultimate” type of name… but why [.
I have yet to come across the path of someone who loathes all things Lego. Who can resist these precise fitting plastic bricks that get the job done, unraveling the imagination of the masses? Well, on May 10th and May [.
Hmmm, the name Cooking Hacks might be one that you would want to keep a keen eye peeled open for, where this open hardware division of Libelium has just announced the immediate availability of a new 3D Printer Kit which [.