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Latest Technology_Internet Items
England's Football Association has warned players they could be sued over contentious internet postings.
Technology titans Nokia and Microsoft are combining forces to make smart phones that might challenge rivals like Apple and Google and revive their own fortunes in a market they have struggled to keep up with.
THE APPS: On an iPhone, Instagram is a free camera and social app that makes it quick and simple to share photos with friends. On an Android smart phone, Vignette is somewhat pricey (about $4), but gives you plenty of camera, film and lens effects that will jazz up images.
The Food and Drug Administration said Friday it has approved the first mammography device that generates 3-D images of the breast, potentially helping doctors spot more cancerous tumors.
Frankly, I can't remember the last time I picked up my digital camera. Since a smart phone is always on me, either in my bag or back pocket, I use its camera constantly while my perfectly capable point-and-shoot sits on a shelf at home gathering dust.
As cell phones have spread, so have large cell towers _ those unsightly stalks of steel topped by transmitters and other electronics that sprouted across the country over the last decade.
Popular Internet radio service Pandora is tuning up for an IPO later this year.
Hackers operating from China stole sensitive information from Western oil companies, a U.S. security firm reported Thursday, adding to complaints about pervasive Internet crime traced to the country.
We're gratified that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), through an open and transparent process, has granted LightSquared's request to create a network capable of satellite and terrestrial wireless communication across the U.S. ("Obama to America: Get lost," Comment & Analysis, Tuesday).