Feds seize assets from Mt. Gox Dwolla account and accuse the service of violating money transfer regulations. Bitcoin is growing rapidly with several companies investing thousands of dollars on the venture. The Japanese startup Mt.
New Brightcove Video Cloud Live module will allow Brightcove users to easily stream live events on a wide variety of devices. In order to be competitive in the video streaming service, companies need to stand out from streaming giants like Netflix.
Google web users now have access to 15GB of storage shared between Drive, Gmail and Google+ Photos. Until recently, Google users needed to keep track of free storage on all Google products separately.
The Dutch government is proposing a bill that would allow the government to hack anyone’s computer – including those located outside of the Netherlands. The bill was signed by Ivo Opstelten and published.
Copytele, a patent enforcement entity, has filed a patent infringement suit against Skype’s calling and messaging service.
Wavii, a natural language technology startup, confirms the Google buyout today by shutting down its service and updating its logo. There was speculation earlier this week about Google’s acquisition of Wavii, rumored to cost Google north of $30 million.
New Google Earth Pro 7.1 offers improved map-making and printing options and a new Viewshed Tool. Just in time to celebrate Earth Day, Google has launched their improved Google Earth and Google Earth Pro 7.1 edition.
Voddler, often described as Sweden’s Spotify for video, has announced that it will extend its service to the rest of the world in the upcoming weeks. Until today Voddler’s film and TV streaming service has only been available to users in Scandinavia and Spain.
Barnes and Nobles Nook debuts the Nook Press, which will directly complete with Amazon Kindle’s self-publishing platform.
Microsoft plans to adopt AMD system-on-a-chip in their next Xbox Console code-named Durango and will reportedly showcase the console in May. As a prelude to the, Microsoft has leaked that it will use an AMD system-on-a-chip (SoC).
After years of lobbying, Netflix is now introducing Facebook integration that allows users to see what their friends have been watching and post films or TV shows to their wall. Netflix was the pioneer of video rental and streaming services.
Vimeo Pro subscribers can now charge for access to their videos with Vimeo On Demand. Vimeo has dabbled with a payment infrastructure since it first introduced its Tip Jar Product back in September 2012. The Tip Jar allowed Vimeo Plus or Pro members to easily add a tip button for selected videos.
Canon announces that their augmented reality system, the MREAL headset, is due for release March 1st nationwide. Augmented reality is becoming a hot topic in the tech sphere, especially after Google‘s release of the Google Glass.
Xamarin 2.0 now allows users to utilize Xamarin plugin to create iOS apps in C# and also introduces free starter edition. Xamarin, the service that allows users to create cross-platform apps, has just announced the release of the Xamarin 2.0. The highlight of the Xamarin 2.
Kim Dotcom says that the newly-launched secure cloud storage site plans to expand to secure email, chat & voice, video and “mobile.
Apple loses exclusive trademark in Brazil to the term iPhone as IGB proves that it had trademarked the name in 2000.
Kim Dotcom unveils upgraded version of defunct MegaUpload file-sharing site where only “you control the encryption, you hold the keys, and you decide who you grant or deny access to your files.
Facebook releases Graph Search, a new search engine that allows users to conduct searches relevant to their interests. Earlier this week, Facebook announced the release of their newest product Graph Search,.
Popular VPN service now available for Mac users. Usenet newsgroup service provider Giganews launched a fee VPN service powered by Golden Frog with its “Diamond” subscription package back in 2009, and it has been growing in popularity ever since.
Dutch courts announced today that Samsung tablets do not infringe iPad’s design patents and references similar decisions in U.K. court. For those that haven’t been following along, Apple has been taking Samsung to court over alleged design infringements for both smartphones and tablets.