Welcome to your Wednesday edition of the Technology Report. Still adjusting to the new schedule? Heh. Me too. But let’s get right to the news: * Michael Bay is making headlines of a different kind at […]
Adios, adieu, auf Wiedersehen, sayonara, etc., to 2013. I will see you back here Jan. 6, 2014. Some changes in your favorite tech newsletter are afoot — you’ll get the official word soon.
So what’s the latest from the ever-wonderful world of science and technology on this Friday Eve? Well, check out this wonderfulness… * First of all, here are the links to your Tech Report home page, the Tech Report […]
What’s the hottest and happeninest (?) when it comes to the ever expanding domain of science and technology? Glad you asked, it keeps me in high-speed Internet service… * You may not need it, but, according to Brian […]
So what’s the latest and greatest in the wonderful world of high technology? Well, I’m glad to tell ya…
So what’s new, different or even strange now that I’m back from the Tech Tour? Here’s what I found on a Sunday night…
And what, you ask, are the latest coolest things in the magnificent world of tech? Well, have a seat and check out these gems…
Whirlpool Corp. announced Wednesday that the United States International Trade Commission unanimously ruled that Samsung and LG had unlawfully priced their washing machines, hurting the U.S. clothes washer industry.
Verizon and Samsung have teamed up to bring mobile learning to Cornerstone Schools’ Washington-Parks Academy, on Plymouth Road just east of Telegraph Road in Redford Township.
Consumers and businesses that bought certain LCD flat panels used in TVs, monitors and laptop computers can file claims for cash payments of $25 to $200 or more, based on the number of items purchased.