After an SMS ad campaign sent thousands of text messages to customers, even those who hadn't opted in for adverts, Papa John's pizza is now being sued for $250 million.
Game software and hardware sales continute to decline, and during the month of October, sales have dropped 25%, possibly due to people holding off their purchases before the big holiday titles are released.
Korea’s LG Electronics’s new beast of a monitor has an aspect ratio which comes close to cinema quality. But how does its other features compare?
GeChic Corporation presents their new On-Lap 2501M and 2501A mobile display models. These are 15.6-inch LED monitors that can operate efficiently using only power from a USB port.
One quarter of people between the ages of 18 to 25 are friends with their employers on Facebook, potentially exposing career damaging content, according to a study by internet security firm AVG.
The 2012 list of the 25 most popular passwords has been published. If yours is on the list, you may want to consider changing it.
Japan has finally set the release date for the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Plus SC-01E, a 7.7-inch tablet that is specifically built for ultra high-speed LTE networks.
Google has recently updated its Street View, adding 250K miles more to Street View, thus, making it very hard for competitors to catch up in the mapping game.
It's hard to look away from a "promotional" offer such as a mail in rebate, even if the process sometimes become more of a burden than a benefit. It's not a rebate, but Google's $25 credit with every Nexus 7 promo pitch will end September 30 (just so you know).
Small mSATA SSD drives slowly become more and more popular since, due to their tiny size, they are ideal for use in ultra-portable notebooks and on motherboards. Gigabyte has a long list of motherboards with mSATA slots which initially were meant only to be used as a caching solution with small SSDs installed; as
A major Bitcoin currency exchange has gone offline after $250,000 worth of Bitcoins were stolen from its servers, marking the latest in a series of security issues for the virtual money.
There shouldn’t ever be a limit on the amount of budget gadgets for people to choose from, and the latest is a 7’’ tablet from a Chinese manufacturer by the name of Pipo. The 1280×800 IPS 7-incher boasts impressive specs for the price, and Google’s latest Android Jelly Bean only makes it even sweeter.
Square-Enix is lining up a 25th Anniversary collector’s box set that includes every Final Fantasy game except XIV, X-2, and XIII-2. That’s the good news; bad news is no North American release of the box has been announced.
Intel is planning two new lines of client SSDs in 2013, including the mainstream SSD 335 series, and the performance SSD 525 series. The company could deploy its newest 20 nm NAND flash memory tech on some of these drives.
Japanese business newspaper Nikkei recently claimed that the Wii U would run for about 30,000 yen (~£250).
Blizzard has announced the release date for the fourth expansion to its popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), World of Warcraft.
Beats audio gears is the latest craze these days, but apparently some internal issues between HTC and Beats have caused the partnership to disintegrate, somewhat. In the company’s note to investors, HTC announced that it has agreed to let Beats buy back 25% of its total shares from HTC.
Apacer launched its newest line of enterprise/industrial SSDs, the SAFD 25A series. Built in the 2.5-inch form-factor with SATA 6 Gb/s interface, the SSDs come in variants with SLC and MLC NAND flash memory.
Zalman unveiled its newest premium power supply, the ZM1250 Platinum. Its name gives away a big chunk of its chops: 1250W capacity and 80 Plus Platinum efficiency rating conformance. It also features modular cabling, and a large, quiet 140 mm fan. The ZM1250 even has an interesting power-distribution chart.
Facebook has added nearly 25 percent to its initial public offering (IPO), which could raise funds of up to a whopping $16 billion, much more than originally expected.