No changes will be made by the Wharton Journal-Spectator in its delivery service after the U. S. Postal Service announced to keep Saturday mail delivery for now.
Again, Google will redefine the meaning of competition. Google will be launching Gigabit Internet service to Texas' capital city by mid 2014. In an announcement made by Google, Inc., and the City of Austin, the news of the launch has been made very clear.
V8 Supercars, organizer of V8 Supercars races across the globe, has announced about its adoption of Microsoft's set up of cloud-based Office 365 software. They have done the same to change their old productive tools.
At the 2013 New York Auto Show opening this week, Honda will showcase its 2014 Odyssey minivan which, as per the automaker, will bring the industry's first vacuum cleaner to the minivans.
On Tuesday, at a glittery Lincoln Center event in advance of the 2013 New York International Auto Show, Cadillac unveiled a next-generation model - the redesigned 2014 CTS - of its midsize sedan CTS.
Cadillac's recent unveiling of the new CTS marks the commencement of a new phase of the brand's decade-long overhaul which began in the year 2003, with the replacement of Catera by the first CTS.
It has been found that Toyota's FJ Cruiser sport utility vehicles have reported a seat belt issue. For the same reason, the company has issued a recall of these cars.
Nexus 7 with a very-high-resolution could come in the market very soon, sources have revealed. However, an iPad Mini is being expected to arrive later sometime in the third or fourth quarter.
After some reports of the faults seen in their child locks, the North American based automaker Ford has announced recalling its various vehicles.
It has been reported that more than 6,500 vehicles, like the Ford Focus, Ford C-Max and Ford Escape will be affected by this recall across the U.S.
During a presentation at the annual technology showcase, Google gave the demo of Google Glasses that are expected to hit the stores by the end of this year. Applications like Gmail, Path, EverNote, New York Times and many more were demonstrated in the presentation.
As per the new expectations, the users are asking Microsoft to make the availability of its Office 365 Home Premium on the other rivals platforms of Apple, Google Android and iOS as well so that all the users across world can experience the similar experience of using mobiles.
European Union has slapped a fine of 561 million euros ($732 million) on Microsoft for a serious infringement of an agreement in which the users failed to get the offer of alternative internet browsers. The legal binding commitment which was announced in 2009 was to give Personal Computer users one such a default browser which would offer the user a choice of browser whichever they wanted to use.
Chairman Leonard Riggio, the founder and largest share holder of Barnes & Noble Inc. which is a book store operator, has offered a deal to its board of buying all the assets of the company's retails business including the stores and website and excluding the e-reader business.
The Ky.-based bourbon producer Loretto had earlier decided to water down its product. But, according to the revelations of a new report, the company has now been convinced to reverse the decision.
It has been reported that Yahoo is not more interested in its alliance with Microsoft, which they signed in 2009 under the leadership of Carol Bartz with a ten year agreement according to which they came together for developing a better search engine on the name of 'Bing'.
Technology major Sony has again decided to reverse its fortunes. The company on Wednesday launched its Playstation 4, to increase its market presence.
Microsoft has now made Outlook personal. Yes! MSN, Hotmail as well as other Microsoft email services would now be having a new service dubbed Outlook. com.
Users would automatically be shifted to Outlook. com when they would sign in to their accounts to check messages. It is being said that longtime users would be able to note the difference in the two services, the old one and the new one.
After a test result that revealed traces of horse DNA in the beef pasta meals, one of the biggest food companies of the world 'Nestle' removed the meals from the selling shelves of Italy and Spain. This Swiss based firm stopped the delivery of products from its supplier from Germany.
Facebook won a legal challenge. In one of the German rulings that would have allowed the users to use their fake names, pseudonyms, has been denied.
German ruling said that it had no power to judge about the pseudonyms as Facebook's European headquarters are in Ireland. The ruling took two months. The Administrative Court for Schleswig-Holstein was in support of Facebook.
Amidst the rebuttals and confrontation, Tesla model owners have launched NYT.
Earlier, an article criticizing the model came up in The New York Times that had caused clash of words between the manufacturers and the writer. John Broder, the writer, said that the car had stopped in between because of the low battery performance because of weather and driving conditions.
Considering increasing number of scams and fake website holders, an advance authentication standard plan has been introduced by Lenovo, PayPal and lesser-known associate travelers Agnitio, Infineon Technologies, Nok Nok Labs and Validity. This process has been designed for all websites. Also, an alliance has been created to introduce this standard to the world.