Chicken producers are planning on bumping up production in 2014, and if demand doesn't keep rising, that could mean more chicken on the market at lower prices
Postcard from Peru: Boxing for a Dream
The city of Callao is the main port of Peru, one of its most dangerous places, and also a major proving ground for many of Peru’s première boxers. “This sport has always been a window of opportunity for young people,” the photographer Sebastiá
Allow me a thought or two on the triple selfie that became this week’s leading event of real-fake-news? The photograph, and the photograph of the photograph, and the commentary surrounding it, improbably united two subjects I’m interested in: Michelle Obama and Danish television. As I
In the nineteen-seventies, the Internet was a small, decentralized collective of computers. The personal-computer revolution that followed built upon that foundation, stoking optimism encapsulated by John Perry Barlow’s 1996 manifesto “A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace.&r
You like Greek drama? Hip-hop? Pull up a chair, though this might be more “Lear” than “Oedipus.” Jay Z is hip-hop’s ranking ambassador, recently blessed with nine Grammy nominations, while his protégé, Kanye West, riding the album of the year, “Yee
Apple provides iOS 7.1 beta 2 to developers with bug fixes for iTunes Match, Touch ID tweaks
Apple on Friday provided developers with the second beta of iOS 7.1, its forthcoming maintenance and security update for iPhone and iPad, with the pre-release software featuring fixes for issues related to iTunes Match, and also making it easier for users to access Touch ID settings on their iPhone
In a bid to bolster the graphics capability of its low-power processors, ARM on Friday announced the acquisition of Geomerics, makers of realtime lighting effects technology used in PC and console gaming.
As shares of Apple continue to trade higher, Evercore Partners on Friday upped its price target for AAPL stock to $700, citing what the firm called "rejuvenated momentum" seen from recent iPhone and iPad product refreshes.
As Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC gets set to ramp up production on its 20-nanometer process fab in January, some analysts believe the company is poised to take a large bite out of rival Samsung's supply contract for Apple's A-series processors.
Google makes itself ridiculous, tells appeals court something Microsoft can disprove with transcript
Lawyers sometimes have to take extreme positions, but whatever they say must be at least somewhat justifiable. Three weeks ago I was thoroughly disappointed that Samsung's lawyers had told Judge Koh in the Northern District of California that Apple had no more options let to salvage a patent but to
Yesterday, almost exactly a year after the England and Wales High Court declared Google's (Motorola Mobility's) infamous synchronization patent invalid (report on decision, full text), the England and Wales Court of Appeal threw out Google's appeal.Google's Motorola had enforced that patent (EP08476
HTC has issued a statement to the media (Engadget was first to report) on a decision by the England and Wales Court of Appeal (the order itself has not been published yet):"HTC is delighted that the Court of Appeals has granted a stay on the injunction against our products. We will immediately resum
The Bundespatentgericht (BPatG, Federal Patent Court of Germany) yesterday struck down yet another smartphone patent: EP1168859 on a "portable radio communication apparatus using different alphabets", a multilingual keyboard patent Apple acquired from Mitsubishi a couple of years ago and asserted (u