Features by Queena Kim
Posted In: Facebook, privacy, phone
Facebook may be introducing a smartphone soon.
Posted In: EPA, enviroment, Obama, pollution, gas
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to propose a new rule today that will require refiners to cut the amount of sulfur in gasoline by two thirds.
Posted In: Blackberry, mobile, Cellphones, smart phones
BlackBerry posted a surprise profit for the quarter today. The Canadian company’s been struggling to stay relevant in the smartphone market but while the news is hopeful, it’s still too early to declare a turnaround.
Posted In: Google, Google Glass, manufacturing, China
Made in the USA is coming back into fashion in Silicon Valley. Today, the buzz is that Google is planning to make its long-awaited 'Google Glass' in California.
Posted In: california, San Francisco, Tech
San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge is going electronic today. It’s the first time in 76-years, that the iconic bridge will be without a human toll taker.
Posted In: T-Mobile, Cellphones, mobile
T-mobile is ditching two-year contract plans and phone subsidies. Consumers will have to pay for the phone upfront or enter a payment plan.
Posted In: Google, google reader, news, Internet, Feedly, flipboard
The Google Reader is going away. Why? Because it was losing users, didn’t make money and what’s good for some of us isn’t necessarily good for Google. That’s the way of the tech world.
Posted In: samsung, apple, iPhone
Samsung’s revealing its new Galaxy S4 phone today in New York. The smartphone is getting a lot of buzz because it’s the first phone set to challenge Apple’s 'cool.'
Posted In: samsung, smartphone
On Thursday, Samsung will unveil its new Galaxy smartphone. What does it mean for Samsung, and of course, what does it say about Apple? Are people finally willing to defect?
Posted In: Facebook
Facebook unveiled its new newsfeed. What does all the tinkering tell us about where the Silicon Valley giant is headed?