Written by Jonathan Keim, Published on US Market Buzz
Chief Executive Tim Cook has often spoken of top companies testing or deploying the iPad for use by their employees.
Written by Kevin Parrish, Published on Tom’s Guide
Dropbox said on Friday that it has acquired Orchestra Inc., the company behind the popular Mailbox app for iOS. In fact, when visiting the Mailbox website, Dropbox has already slapped on its copyright date along the bottom and its contact information on the Contact page. That’s not too shabby given Mailbox actually launched just weeks ago.
Written by Paul Farhi, Published on The Washington Post
Journalist, he prodigiously tweeted news links and nuggets on behalf of the Reuters news service. He also was immersed in the shadowy world of computer hackers, chatting with them in secret forums and reporting from within their ranks.
Reporting by Bernie Woodall, Published on Reuters
Model year 2012 passenger vehicles sold in the United States had an average fuel economy rating of 23.8 miles per gallon, the highest on record, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Friday.
Written by Ellen Jean, Published on Chicago Tribune
A Chicago lawyer said he bought the internet domain name popefrancis.com as a lark in 2010 and plans to give it to the Roman Catholic Church for free now that the new pope has chosen the name Francis.