Though fully autonomous vehicles won’t be rolling out for another decade or two, equities analysts are already finding investment potential in Mobileye, the makers of new collision avoidance technology that is slated to become standard in most new cars. As reported by CNBC, Morgan Stanley’s lead automobile sector analyst was bullish on buying stock in Mobileye… Read more »
Is HTML5 a common platform for rich Internet applications, or a common toolkit for building rich applications on varying platforms? Oracle’s response to that question came yesterday, and in typical Larry Ellison fashion, it essentially boiled down to, “We don’t give a rip.”
When Sun Microsystems produced the first go-round of JavaFX in December…
When you think about South by Southwest Interactive, your memory may serve up warm recollections of open bars, awesome booth swag, and the occasional keynote worth remembering. But amid the festival atmosphere, thousands of would-be entrepreneurs, web developers, and VCs mill around looking for (or pitching) the Next Big Thing.
Google Docs can now be exported from the Google Takeout menu, thanks to Google’s Data Liberation Front. Previously, users could export and import documents in various formats, but they are now available alongside data from all other Google services in Takeout.
Google Takeout was unveiled in summer 2011. It allows Google users to export all their…
Apparently Microsoft is talking profit in the midst of 15 straight quarters of losses, according to a Paid Content article this morning. The company is looking to Bing to pull it out of its nearly four-year long slide, Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft senior vice president of online business, said in an interview last night with Reuters.