Google is well known for its marking special days and occasions, and this week it added "Atari Breakout" into Google Image Search to commemorate the 37th anniversary of the popular arcade video game.
When a user types in "Atari Breakout" in Google image search, the search engine recreate the classic arcade video game allowing the user to play the game through the various levels; instead of displaying numerous rows of images.
Stock in Research in Motion (RIM) gained more than 10 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday, after the struggling smartphone maker's chief said they the company might be considering big changes.
In an interview with German newspaper Die Welt, RIM Chief Executive Thorsten Heins said that the company could sell its hardware division, or license its upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system as part of its comprehensive review.
Renowned German luxury brand Mercedes-Benz on Sunday introduced its forthcoming CLA small sedan to the world, ahead of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The new Mercedes-Benz CLA, which has been designed keeping up-&-rising Generation Y buyers in mind, is slightly smaller than the existing C-Class.
But, while the C-Class remains a conventional sedan, the new concept car features swoopy curved-back looks. The C-Class is the smallest car that Mercedes sells in the United States.
Close on the heels of the surfacing of several screen shots last week to hint that Google is apparently set to introduce a Google Wallet card, the company's own support forums have now indicated that the physical card companion for Google Wallet - the company's May 2011-launched mobile payment system - is in the offing.
While the disclosure about an imminent Google Wallet card first came from a last-week-leaked APK, Google has inadvertently pointed to a forthcoming official announcement of the Google Wallet card on its Google Wallet website.
The preview of TypeScript by Microsoft has been launched under the Open Web Foundation's 1.0 specification agreement; though the compiler will be rolled out under the Apache 2.0 license on Microsoft's free open source project-hosting site CodePlex.
At a prolific Thursday event in Amsterdam, Ford Motor announced its upgraded European line, which - among other vehicles - included revamped versions of its van fleet --- the new 2014 models of the Transit, Transit Connect commercial van and Transit Connect Wagon.
The newly-unveiled refreshed version of the Transit - which has been assembled at Ford's Claycomo factory - is a tall van styled like the Sprinter; and it will replace Ford's E-Series commercial and passenger van in the US from next year.
At a festive event held at its Fremont auto plant on Friday, Tesla Motors delivered to the customers its first Model S electric cars, which the company claims is the first premium electric sedan in the world.
Nearly 1,000 people, including Governor Jerry Brown, participated in the `first Model S delivery' event, the atmosphere of which was more like that of a pep rally or a revival congregation.
According to a new Bloomberg report, the much-raved-about Microsoft Surface tablet, which will run the company's next-generation Windows OS, would probably be a Wi-Fi-only device.
The report, citing two unidentified sources `in the know' of the specifications of the Surface tablet, has revealed that the initial devices - which will hit the markets later this year - will come with only a short-range Wi-Fi connection; sans any mobile-handset network connection.
In a move which underscores HDTV-maker Vizio's foray into the PC space, the company Thursday unveiled its Windows-based computers in three distinct form factors: Ultrabooks, mid-size laptops, and all-in-one desktops.
The launch event of the new PCs - which were announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this January - by Vizio was held at New York; and the devices announced at the event included: Vizio CT14 and CT15 ultrabooks; the CN15 laptop; and the CA24 and CA27 all-in-one desktops.
With Facebook's much-hyped initial public offering (IPO) failing to meet the expectations, a number of disquieting questions have sprung up of late about the botched offering of the social network's stock and its potential impact on other companies planning their IPO.
While experts are of the opinion that there were quite a few slip-ups in Facebook's public debut, it is largely being believed that one of the most apparent missteps was the company's decision to set a `too high' opening price for its shares.
Zynga, the undisputed social-games champ, is acquiring York-based game-maker OMGPOP, which till now was a struggling start-up, but has recently seen a turnaround of sorts with its hot-selling `Draw Something' smartphone app.
Despite the fact that Zynga has refrained from disclosing the financial terms of its OMGPOP takeover deal, it is being largely speculated that the company paid somewhere to the tune of $210 million for the acquisition.
According to a post which was first noticed by MacRumors, Apple's new Apple TV has apparently undergone a dissection at the hands of Intrepid forum commenter Aicjofs, an XBMC community member, who has disclosed some noteworthy details about the device.
The teardown of the new 1080p-capable Apple TV by Aicjofs has shown that some of the key `under the hood' components of the new Apple TV include a custom-built A5 processor; 8 GB of flash memory; 512 MB of RAM; and possibly a second Wi-Fi antenna to give a notable boost to the device's online connectivity and speed.
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