Archives: March 2013

Update: Pope Francis loses domain names to 'cyber squatters'

March 15, 2013
600-plus domain names containing 'pope francis' were grabbed within hours of pope's appointment
Read more »

Smile, you're on Google Glass, whether you like it or not

March 15, 2013
Google Glass's style points are debatable, but one thing's for sure: Data collection and user privacy will never be the same
Read more »

Google, Mozilla, and Apple made the most vulnerable software of 2012

March 14, 2013
Security firm Secunia warns vulnerabilities on the rise in non-Microsoft software and organizations must improve patching
Read more »

With Google Reader gone, can FeedBurner be far behind?

March 14, 2013
Google's gradual euthanasia of RSS products does not bode well for the future of RSS technology. Here's what you can do
Read more »

Thousands petition Google not to kill off Reader

March 14, 2013
Google is eliminating Reader along with several developer tools as part of its ongoing effort to stay product-focused
Read more »

The age of the sentient machine is upon us

March 14, 2013
IBM's Grady Booch says true artificial intelligence is inevitable and will come at a cost to people
Read more »

With Android chief leaving, is an Android-Chrome unification on the horizon?

March 13, 2013
Google's longtime Android chief Andy Rubin has passed the reins to Chrome VP Sundar Pichai
Read more »

Dropbox version 2.0 features a one-stop menu for file-sharing

March 12, 2013
New client adds drop-down menu where users can monitor changes to their account, share document and folder links
Read more »

Windows 8 should never have mashed up desktop and mobile

March 12, 2013
Microsoft made a big mistake not breaking free from Windows when it entered the mobile sphere and coming up with new OS and a new name
Read more »

Microsoft shuns its own Silverlight while embracing Flash

March 12, 2013
Flash animations come through fine on IE10 running on Windows RT and the Metro side of Windows 8, but not Silverlight sites
Read more »
©1994-2014 Infoworld, Inc.