Written by Darryl K.Taft, Published on E-Week.
Microsoft has made the final bits of Windows 8 – along with its Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 tooling — available to developers and IT Pros.
Written by Evan Rodgers, Published on The Verge.
Germany has reopened its investigation of Facebook’s facial recognition database after failed attempts to persuade the company to revise its policies, according to the New York Times.
Written by Karl Kenkel, Published on Detroit News.
Ford Motor Co. is continuing to push its electrification lineup, adding more jobs, doubling its battery-testing capabilities and consolidating its electrification resources as part of a $135 million investment.
Written by Winda Wenedetti, Published on MSN.
Sony’s newest gaming handheld, the PlayStation Vita, hasn’t exactly been flying off shelves. But the electronics giant isn’t taking the powerful gadget’s underwhelming sales laying down. This week Sony has come out with its Vita guns blazing — tempting gamers with intriguing new titles and new features.
Written by Edward C. Baig, Published on USA Today.
The Galaxy Note smartphone that Samsung unleashed early this year raised a few eyebrows. With a relatively gargantuan 5.3-inch display, here was a device that was a cross between a smartphone and a tablet, a “phablet” as it came to be known. Though most people didn’t quite know what to make of it, Samsung sold 10 million units, smashing expectations.