Archive for May, 2011
Experts "reached this classification based on review of the human evidence coming from epidemiological studies" pointing to an increased incidence of glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer, said Jonathan Samet, president of the work group.
It began with a simple phrase - "brace yourself" - sent by a university professor to his mistress via a South Korean messaging service app used by millions every day.
After that they will cost $8.99 a month - the same as Fairfax's rival News Ltd charges for The Australian application. Both are sold through Apple's online store, which will take its standard 30 per cent cut.
Google has unveiled a free mobile application that turns a smartphone into an electronic wallet and is designed to replace plastic credit cards. The internet giant, at a press conference at its New York headquarters with financial partners Citibank, MasterCard and First Data and telecom ally Sprint, said "Google Wallet" is ...
The Samsung Infuse 4G is an Android OS smartphone available from AT&T. It has a number of cutting-edge features, starting with with a 4.5-inch touchscreen. This device also has a 1.2GHz processor and support for AT&T's HSPA+ network.
Telstra will start throttling broadband speeds on mobile phones when customers reach their data allowance, in a bid to reduce both bill shock and bad debts.
Vodafone is wooing new customers with higher iPhone subsidies than its competitors, in a bid to replace those who left because of network problems, according to analysts at Goldman Sachs.
Mikael Hed is unrepentant about the 200 million minutes per day that people around the world fritter away playing Angry Birds, the iPhone game created by the company he heads.
A US woman was taken off a train by police and charged after she spoke too loudly on her mobile phone ... for 16 hours. Lakeysha Beard was charged with disorderly conduct after she had an argument in a carriage of an Amtrak train with passengers who asked her to be ...
The Queen has bought an iPad 2 after being impressed with the Apple tablets belonging to Princes William and Harry. The Daily Mail reported the Queen's purchase, which groups her with millions of commoners who also own the devices.