Apple Next Gen iPad Event a Week Away

Barcelona is at the top of the news circles now.

There is so much to tell about Mobile World Congress. But it will fade away soon and San Francisco will take the place. The Cupertino giant has scheduled an event in San Francisco next week and is expected to unwrap the next generation iPad.


Google is done with Clearwire, intends to sell off shares for a huge loss

More bad news for the struggling WiMAX wireless network Clearwire.

Google is preparing to sell off its entire stake in the company, according to SEC documents filed by the search giant today. Google originally purchased a 6.5 percent stake in Clearwire back in 2008 for a cool $500 million.


Google And Facebook Spent Record Amounts On Lobbying In Q2 2011

It looks like both Google and Facebook spent record amounts on lobbying in the second quarter of 2011, as evidenced by the most recent disclosure reports filed in the U.S.

Senate’s lobbying database.

Similar to last quarter, Google’s lobbying spend hit an all-time high, with spending coming in at $2.06 million, a 54 percent increase from the same period a year ago. Last quarter, Google shelled out $1.48 million on lawmakers. The search giant sp


Does Washington Owe Toyota an Apology?

Its reputation ruined, someone should say ‘sorry’ to the auto giant


Yahoo Is Firing Again, While Google is Hiring More Than Ever

As Yahoo announces its second round of layoffs in two months, Google is announcing that it will be embarking on a hiring spree this year.

We first heard this morning from soon to be former CEO Eric Schmidt that the company will be adding 1,000 new employees in Europe. And Google’s SVP Engineering and Research Alan Eustace just published a post on the company’s website announcing that the search giant will ramp up hiring to record levels in 2011.


Google to Launch Groupon Competitor

Google is preparing launch Google Offers, the search giant’s Groupon competitor, Mashable has learned.

We have the documents to prove it.


Be like Larry and Sergey: Google hosting online worldwide science fair for teens

Google is urging youths ages 13 to 18 to take part in a worldwide science fair that will be hosted by the search giant online.


Giant WWI Crowd Pictures Made With Thousands of People [Pics]

One photographer was using people as pixels for patriotic US photographs over 90 years ago, long before computers.

Arthur Mole was a true visionary!


Toshiba Drops OLED Production In Favor Of LCD

Toshiba quits smartphone OLED display plans.

Accordingly, there was more demand for LCD screens in mobile devices rather than OLEDs and that the electronics giant’s poor earnings made it difficult to sustain the organic displays.


ESPN Demands $300k from Erin Andrews’ Stalker

ESPN believes the man who peeped Erin Andrews isn’t done paying for his crimes — the sports giant wants more than $300k from Michael David Barrett for the mess he caused the network.