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The VR firm promises news on upcoming technology as it starts shipping its latest developer kits.
Google I/O kicks off in San Francisco on Wednesday, and we'll be covering the keynote as it happens.
Tim Cook admires Macs running Windows. Mark Zuckerberg flop-sweats. Marissa Mayer fancies herself a graphic designer. The bigger the names, the bigger the embarrassment when things go awry.
Microsoft's developer conference will usher in the "Spring Update" to Windows 8.1, and more news on Microsoft's touch-based Office suite.
Women seem particularly scarce at hackathons; this nonscientific survey offers suggestions for making them feel more welcome.
Google says its large barges will be used to showcase new technology. They are not giant floating data centers or wild party boats, dang it.
The iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina Display grabbed everyone's attention at Apple's October 22 press event, but they weren't the only thing Apple had to announce.
Two fall Apple events are better than one! The folks from Cupertino will show off something new next week on October 22.
In his keynote address at a security conference, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak admitted he has enjoyed many adventures in hacking often for the sake of pranks, especially in his college days and the early years of working on computers and the Internet.
HP TippingPoint's bug bounty program today said it will again sponsor a mobile-only hacking contest this fall, when it will put up $300,000 in prize money for researchers who demonstrate successful attacks against mobile services and browsers.
Most years, the IFA trade show in Berlin is pretty boring. In 2013, it's anything but.
With millions of dollars of gadgets on display, the temptation to steal from some of the world's largest electronics trade show can prove too strong for some.
Think your job stinks? Hope it isn't one of these.
The event would coincide with a prescheduled event for the Galaxy Note 3 on the same date.
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