In-flight cellular in the U.S. may be closer to reality than some consumers realize, with foreign airlines poised to extend services they already offer elsewhere. But evidence from overseas suggests the odds of being trapped next to a chronic caller are slim.
The World Federation of Exchanges has established an international committee to collaborate on cybersecurity best practices for global capital markets.
Through-wall, motion-tracking tech allows for free-roaming gaming inside your home
A system that allows for high-accuracy 3D motion tracking could
change the way gamers are able to interact with their real-world
environments by detecting radio signals reflected off their bodies
-- even through walls.
The WiTrack system has been developed by a team at MIT's
Computer Science and Ar
A Canadian startup is launching its social charity model Sport
For Food in the UK after being awarded £12,000 per team member by
the UK Trade and Investment's Sirius Programme.
It plans on launching the charity, which accepts participants
into flashmob sporting events in exchange for food for
You may recognise Paul Marc Davis from his portrayal of Lord
Draben's ghost in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the
Philosopher's Stone. Or perhaps as the eponymous hero in the
Channel Four film Casanova, the Trickster in the Sarah Jane
Adventures, or the Futurekind C
Instagram has today launched an in-app direct messaging service
that gives you the option to share certain photos privately with
individual friends or groups of people, rather than pushing it out
to every friend, acquaintance and stranger that follows you.
To use the feature all you need to is take
Ken Li, once Reuters.com editor, leaving news organization
Kenneth Li, who had been the global editor of Reuters.com and is now an editor at large of the news organization, is leaving. In a Twitter post, Li wrote, “Working on something hot/cool. Or whatever the millenials call it these days.” In a message to his colleagues, Li wrote, “They
Craig Matters, the managing editor of Money magazine, sent out the following announcement to the staff on Thursday: This may seem anticlimactic since she’s done such a great job as interim design director, but I’m really happy to announce that there’s no more of that interim stuff.
Some of Thursday’s top business stories: New York Times For No. 2 at Fed, White House favors central banker in the Bernanke mold, by Binyamin Appelbaum Criminal action is expected for JPMorgan in Madoff case, by Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Ben Protess Reuters Retail sales rise in November, bo
Caroline O’Donovan of The Nieman Journalism Lab spoke with Sarah Marshall, who is becoming the first social media editor for The Wall Street Journal for news coming out of Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Here is an excerpt: O’Donovan: So what kind of stuff are you going to be doing? Do