Alaska retained its dubious crown of being the state with the highest rate of chlamydia infection in the US, the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s latest report revealed.
On Friday, December 14, Verizon Wireless finally started rolling out - in a phased manner - the Android 4.1 `Jelly Bean' upgrade to its customers using the Samsung Galaxy S III handset.
Close on the heels of the warning which the Australian police issued about the erroneous directions given to the motorists by the problems-plagued Apple Maps, the officials have now issued a similar warning about Google Maps as well.
The FBI revealed in a Tuesday announcement that it had - with the help of the Facebook's security team and several international law enforcement agencies - arrested 10 people as part of a probe into international cybercrime rings which pilfer the personal data, including credit card information and bank accounts, of computer users worldwide.
In a Tuesday announcement made on Yahoo's official blog, the company's CEO Marissa Mayer said that The Yahoo Mail e-mail service was being revamped, with the aim of making it faster and simpler.
According to reports, social network Facebook said on Monday that its site's recent widespread outage - which affected some of the Facebook users for between 15 to 25 minutes - was because of a DNS infrastructure issue.
According to a Los Angeles Times report, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is apparently planning a review of Ford's gas mileage claims for two of its new hybrid vehicles - C-Max and Fusion - after Consumer Reports' (CR) recent findings that the hybrids fall short on the claimed fuel economy.
At the end of the Apple-Samsung patent hearing in San Jose, US District Judge Lucy Koh - who is reviewing an August verdict that awarded Apple $1.05 billion in damages from Samsung - urged both the companies to end their patent-infringement lawsuits which they are currently fighting in different countries.
In an evident indication that Yahoo is on the brink of a new era under the headship of CEO Marissa Mayer, an AllThingsD report has revealed that a peek at the reported Yahoo homepage design change - which is yet to be finalized - hints at a responsive design, suitable for mobile devices.
With the 12-day conference of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) likely to witness a debate among the delegates of 193 countries about governance of the global Internet, Australian Communications Minister Stephen Conroy recently said that the changes which will broaden the governments' control over the Internet will be opposed by Australia.
With photos being one of the core components of Facebook, especially after the company's high-profile takeover of photo-sharing site Instagram, the social network revealed in a Friday announcement that it is introducing a new mobile photo syncing feature, which will facilitate the users in automatically uploading photos to from their mobile handsets to Facebook.
On Thursday, Apple released the notably-redesigned iTunes 11 version of its desktop media player, which now boasts a sleek user interface that is apparently influenced greatly by the iOS user interface.
With Facebook having revealed in a recent announcement that it was bringing some changes to its earlier practice of giving the Facebook users the ability to vote on the company's privacy-related decision, analysts are divided in their opinions about the impact which the changes will apparently have on the users.
Close on the heels of Facebook's last-week announcement that it intends making some revisions to its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities and its data-use policy, two privacy groups - the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and the Center for Digital Democracy (CDD) - have urged the company to withdraw the proposed changes.
In what evidently is an indication of Facebook's dramatic `droidfooding' attempts, the social network's Menlo Park headquarters is splashed with some hard-to-miss porters which are urging the employees to "switch" from the iPhone to the Android devices.
In a recent court order in the high-profile Apple-Samsung patent-infringement case, US Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal in San Jose, California, asked Apple to hand out to Samsung the licensing terms of the agreement which Apple inked with HTC earlier this month, after having accused HTC of copying the `unique' features of the iPhone for manufacturing its handsets.
The Worst Celebrity Diet to Avoid list for next year is ready. The diet that tops the list is Dukan Diet Tops.
The worst diet as stated by the British Dietetic Association or the BDA is the Dukan Diet and has been called the worst celebrity weight loss plan of 2013.
According to the Dukan Diet, one can eat only proteins and it claims to promote weight loss of 7lb a week.
Following an outbreak of norovirus bug that is very contagious, evacuation of oil workers has been done from a North Sea rig.
For keeping the spread of the winter vomiting bug away, three people have been quarantined.
With a recent court order having granted Samsung the right to have a look at the complete and unredacted patent-licensing deal which Apple has worked out with HTC, the terms of the agreement which have thus far remained "undisclosed" will now be reviewed by the South Korean company.
According to a Bloomberg report, the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) revealed in a last-week government filing that it is dropping Research In Motion (RIM)'s BlackBerry handset in favor of the Apple iPhone.