Why 19-Year-Old App Maker Turned Down Apple’s Job Offer
John Meyer, a 19-year-old college dropout and app maker turned down job offers from Apple because he doesn't feel comfortable working under a boss.
Tips From Hackers On Maintaining Online Security
Hackers reveal top tips for maintaining online security.
Capcom Producer Explains Episodic Nature Of ‘Resident Evil: Revelations 2’
Michiteru Okabe, the producer of the upcoming Capcom zombie-survival game “Resident Evil: Revelations 2,” opened up regarding the company’s decision to release it in four episodes.
Google Plans To Bring Internet Service By Balloon
Google's Project Loon will provide Internet access to people living in remote areas with the use of high-altitude balloons.
General Motors Gets First Cyber Security Chief
U.S. automaker General Motors has appointed one of its engineers as the company’s first chief of cyber security.
Facebook, Google, End Support For ALEC Due To Its Climate Change Polices
A number of tech companies such as Google, Yelp and Facebook have dropped their support for the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) due to its controversial stance on the issue of climate change.
Best Buy Partners With Fashion Designers For Exclusive Accessories
As part of its attempt to entice customers, Best Buy has teamed up with prominent designers from the fashion industry to create accessories for various devices.
iOS 8’s Wave Charge Hoax Tricks Users Into Microwaving Their iPhones
An ad for the fake iOS 8 feature, the Wave, is circulating online and is claiming that iPhone users can wirelessly charge their devices using the microwave.
Comparing Video Game Cars From ‘Forza Horizon 2’ To Their Real-Life Counterparts
Fox News compares the cars featured in the game "Forza Horizon 2" to their real-life counterparts.
NYPD Officers Attend Twitter School To Learn The Basics Of Social Media
Commanders from the New York Police Department attend Twitter School to improve their online communication skills.
Website Could Give Thieves Keys To Your House
Law enforcers fear that a website can allow thieves to create duplicates of their potential victims’ keys to their houses.
Rudy Giuliani: Former Dictator’s Lawsuit Against ‘Call of Duty’ Maker Could Endanger Entertainment Industry
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani believes the historical fiction entertainment genre could be in danger if Manuel Noriega wins his case against “Call of Duty” developer Activision Blizzard.
PlayStation TV To Launch In October With Almost 700 Games
Sony announced that it will launch its PlayStation TV in North America on Oct. 14 of this year and can support about 700 games from various PlayStation platforms.
iOS 8 Users Report Problems With Wi-Fi And Battery
Those who upgraded to Apple’s latest operating system, the iOS 8 have encountered problems regarding slow Wi-Fi connectivity and a short battery life
Popular Facebook Posts To Be Prioritized In Site’s News Feed
Facebook announced that it will soon use a new algorithm that will basically prioritize the most popular posts in the news feed.
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