Technology – 1 March 2013

EU To Fine Microsoft Over Internet Explorer

Written by Aman Jain, Published on Value Walk

The European commission is reportedly set to fine Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) later this month for anti competitive behavior related to Internet Explorer.

The latest Google Glass publicity stunt

Written by John C. Dvorak, IT Pro Portal

In a talk this week at the TED Conference, Google co-founder Sergey Brin casually stated that smartphones are “emasculating.” He didn’t fully elaborate on this point, leaving all of us in the lurch and wondering what the heck he was talking about.

Facebook Buys Digital-Ad Service From Microsoft

Written by SHIRA OVIDE And EVELYN M. RUSLI, Published on WSJ

Facebook Inc. FB -1.28% said Thursday it agreed to buy digital-advertising service Atlas from Microsoft Corp., MSFT -0.68% as the social network continues to feed its ambitions to rival Google Inc. GOOG -0.23% in online advertising.

BlackBerry Launches First Firmware Update for Z10

Written by Shane McGlaun, Published on Daily Tech

BlackBerry has a lot riding on the success of its new BlackBerry 10 smartphones. The company has already seen some moderate sales success with the new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone by selling three times better than previous BlackBerry models in the UK.

If You’re Still Downloading Copyrighted Material Stop Now

Written by Christina DesMarais, Published on Techlicious Blog

The entertainment industry has been working for years to stop the piracy of digital music, movies and TV shows. This week, those efforts are stepping up to a new level through something called the Copyright Alert System (CAS).

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