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Welcome to yet another issue of Your Most Contemporary Technology Magazine.
This issue, released on the back of one of the hottest legal battles technology has seen in history, highlights the ever-growing relationship between us, humans, and those small handheld “rectangles” called mobile phones.
From political battles to the dynamics of a first date, our lives are being reshaped by the constant presence of our phones - and our evolving relationship with the idea of being connected to everyone and everything all the time.
The robot Cheetah, developed by Boston Dynamics, breaks Usain Bolt's record
A robot called Cheetah has set a new world speed record for legged robots, running faster than the fastest human.
The headless machine, funded by the Pentagon, reached 28.3mph (45.5km/h) when tested on a treadmill.
The innovative project, dubbed ‘Sauti ya Mkulima’ (Swahili for voice of the farmer), aims to provide farmers with access to pertinent agriculture-related information, advice and research that will help them make better decisions about their crops, increasing the productivity of their yield, as well as their potential income.
This agreement covers seven African countries, on a non- exclusive basis, in which both companies have a presence, namely Kenya, Ghana, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda, Malawi and Nigeria.
This "revelation," which Android users have always known, will easily cost Apple more than a billion dollars in sales.
Humans aren’t the only species on the planet with a penchant for electronic gadgets. Zookeepers across the United States and Canada are discovering that apes also get excited about apps.
As part of a program called Apps for Apes, 12 zoos across the two countries have been incorporating iPads into the enrichment time allotted for orangutans, the giant furry red primates native to Indonesia and Malaysia.
Previously, a MultiChoice spokesperson explained that they have secured more capacity on IS–20 than they have on IS–7, and that they plan to launch more services with the additional capacity.
In his 1997 book, Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-hee wrote that a successfulcompany needs a"heightened sense of crisis", so that it always looks ahead even when it's doing well, and needs to be able to respond to change.
It's a credo that has driven Samsung Electronics to become the world's biggest technology firm by revenue - it sells more televisions, smartphones and memory chips than anyone else - and makes the group a must-visit case study for a stream of Chinese firms seeking to tap the secrets of Korean success.
After securing a major court victory, Apple has amended its filing in another patent suit against Samsung, claiming the Samsung Galaxy SIII and Galaxy Note violates a number of patents held by the Cupertino, California-based tech giant.
The filing, first spotted by Apple Insider, was made on Friday and claims that the devices infringe on eight Apple patents, including the universal search patent, slide to unlock, and word completion patents.
Microsoft and its partners have found an opening against Apple. That's rare these days.
The Windows 8 touch screen is the first real change that has come to Windows laptops in a long time.
I would put it right up there with the trackpad and, more recently, the MacBook Pro Retina display.