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BlackBerry's fourth-quarter revenues plunged 64% vs. last year. The company lost $42 million in the quarter, or $.08 a share news that prompted a 7% jump in the company's stock price in premarket trading But why? The earnings were actually better than Wall Street's forecast of a $.56 loss, though it had predicted higher revenues $1.13 billion compared to the actual $976 million BlackBerry's new CEO, John Chen, says the results show the company has done a good job cutting expenses: "I am very pleased with our progress and execution in fiscal Q4 against the strategy we laid out three ...
Those anxiously awaiting the turn-based roleplaying action of Shadowrun Online won't have to wait much longer to dip into the cyberpunk world. Developer Cliffhanger Productions has revealed that the game will make its Steam Early Access debut on...
FTL: Faster Than Light is coming to iPad on April 3, and it includes the Advanced Edition expansion headed to PC for free on the same day. The space-based strategy game is priced $10 on all platforms, and is compatible with iPads version 2 and up -...
A U.S. judge has ruled that the Chinese search engine Baidu has the right to block pro-democracy works from its query results, dismissing a lawsuit that sought to punish the company for Internet censorship.The lawsuit against Baidu, originally filed in 2011 by eight activists in New York, claimed that the Chinese search engine had violated U.S. laws on free speech. This was because Baidu had been censoring pro-democracy works on its search engine for not only its users in China, but also for those accessing the site from New York.The lawsuit demanded Baidu pay US$16 million in damages. But on ...
Speaking at the inaugural Code/Media event held by technology website Re/code (via CNET), Roku CEO and founder Anthony Wood called the Apple TV "a money loser" for Apple, liking the product to an accessory for the iPad and questioning why Apple would want to sell more units of the device. Wood's remarks come as Apple is said to be preparing a new version of the Apple TV that will integrate with Comcast's network to enable a streaming TV service for users. "Apple TV is essentially an accessory for the iPad. They lose money, which is unusual for Apple," he said ...
The ASUS PadFone X was announced for AT&T earlier this year, on January 7th, to be exact, and it has been nearly three months on the clock without the detailed hardware specifications revealed for this particular device. Considering how it has been spotted on the FCC earlier this week and teased by AT&T, it signals the fact that the PadFone X should be well on its way to the market soon, and we are pleased to announce that AT&T has also stepped up and furnished us with the hardware details. (more)Follow: Tablets, Asus, AT&T, padfone x, AT&T Details ASUS PadFone ...
Lenovo is recalling certain ThinkPad battery packs that could be a fire hazard due to overheating, which could ultimately also lead to computer damage.The recall applies to 34,500 batteries sold in the U.S. and 2,900 batteries sold in Canada, said the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in a statement.The company also recalled 117,732 units in China, according to a Xinhua news report Thursday.The battery packs are in the ThinkPad Edge 11, 13 and 14 series laptops, and also T410, T420, T510, W510, X100e, X120e, X200, X201 and X201s laptops sold between October 2010 through April 2011. Batteries eligible for recall ...
While there are some devices out there that are worth checking out and waiting patiently for an official release, some others can be pretty underwhelming. Take Sonys Digital Paper for instance this happens to be Sonys most recent foray into the e-ink slate market, where it will cost a whopping $1,100 a pop this May while sporting a 13.3 letter size form factor that ought to help those who have poor eyesight read swimmingly on the Digital Paper. (more)Follow: Gadgets, digital paper, Sony, Sony Digital Paper Announced original content from Ubergizmo.
Internet providers in Europe may soon have little choice but to filter out pirate sites. In resolving an Austrian case, the European Court of Justice has ruled that EU countries can ask carriers to block copyright infringers, whether or not the networks are involved. The EU's laws don't require that governments limit injunctions to just the parties directly linked to a case, according to the court.
Western Digital today announced the new My Passport Pro, the company's first thunderbolt-powered, dual-drive storage solution. With user-selectable RAID functionality, the drive is suitable for graphics professionals looking for high performance or consumers who need reliable mirroring. The aluminum enclosure accommodates two 2.5-inch drives, providing a total of 2 TB or 4 TB of storage space. Because it connects via Thunderbolt, the drive is powered by the bus itself and requires no extra cables and no external power source. It also delivers transfer speeds of up to 233 MB/s. Superior to both FireWire 800 and USB 3.0, the integrated Thunderbolt ...