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Steve Jobs vowed to destroy Android with his “last dying breath”

Steve Jobs vowed to destroy Android with his “last dying breath”

In a soon to be released authorised biography, Steve Jobs revealed just how much bad feeling there was between himself and former Apple board member / Google chairman Eric Schmidt over Android. Jobs considered Android a “grand theft” and a “stolen product” saying, “I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this”, he’s also quoted as saying, [...]

Samsung releases mobile instant messaging tool

Samsung releases mobile instant messaging tool

Samsung brings on ChatOn!

Japan Tsunami Cause Damage To Antarctica Ice Shelves

Japan Tsunami Cause Damage To Antarctica Ice Shelves

The impact of the tsunami that struck Japan on March 11 generated waves that struck an ice shelf in Antarctica less than 8,000 miles away, breaking a huge part of it into huge icebergs, according to the European Space Agency Tuesday.

Apple Prevents Samsung From Selling Galaxy Tablets In The European Union

Apple Prevents Samsung From Selling Galaxy Tablets In The European Union

In the long drawn battle between the two leading smartphone manufacturers, Apple recorded a huge legal victory over Samsung when a ruling by a German court stopped the latter from temporarily selling its flagship Galaxy tablets in the European Union except in the Netherlands.

Solar Storms To Hit The United States This Week

Solar Storms To Hit The United States This Week

US government scientists issued warnings to users of satellite, telecommunications, and electric devices to prepare themselves for likely disruptions over the next few days as a result of likely solar storms that will hit the earth.

Research in Motion Unveiling Three New Black Berry Handsets

Research in Motion Unveiling Three New Black Berry Handsets

Research in Motion (RIM), the maker of BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook tablets, unveiled three new handsets in its aim to claw back its share of the smartphone market dominated by Apple and Android handsets.

NASA Launches Juno Probe To Jupiter

NASA Launches Juno Probe To Jupiter

The Atlas 5 rocket carrying NASA’s Juno probe blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Space Station at 12:25 pm Friday despite an hour delay due to technical problems.

SpaceX Planning November 30 Cargo Launch To Space Station

SpaceX Planning November 30 Cargo Launch To Space Station

Space Exploration Technologies, a private firm constructing a space taxi funded by the U.S. government, is setting its eyes on launching its second test capsule on November 30 enroute to the International Space Station.

New Study Reveals Broadband Plans Are Close To Declared Speed

New Study Reveals Broadband Plans Are Close To Declared Speed

Broadband providers are averaging close to 80 percent of what they advertise, a huge improvement from a couple of years ago, according to a recent government study.

International Space Station To Be Sunk In Pacific Ocean In 2020

International Space Station To Be Sunk In Pacific Ocean In 2020

The International Space Station will be plunged into the Pacific Ocean when its life span expires in 2020, according to a Russian space official.

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