The technosphere (see what I did there?) is chock full of interesting and important news bits all the time, and while it’s almost impossible to highlight absolutely everything, we like to showcase some of our favorite stories from all over the web. So here it is, This Week in Tech #2.
For thousands of years people have worn shimmering silk to stand out in a crowd. Within the next few years people could wear silk to become invisible in a a crowd.
It seems that Sony Ericsson — a company that has yet to even introduce a Android 2.0 device — is at work on a project to redefine gaming on Google’s mobile platform.
What does Google and Verizon’s net neutrality proposal actually propose? And what does it mean for you?
Love it or hate it, Wikipedia seems to be an ever growing, increasingly popular fixture of the net (and it seems that many more people love it than hate it these days).
Two years after fighting in court to hire him, Apple has let IBM’s Mark Papermaster go.
The unraveling of “Jenny”, the women who so cleverly quit her broker job via dry erase board, took approximately 12 hours. In the internet hoax world unfortunately, it doesn’t really compare to some of these whoppers that were both more popular and had more longevity.
If recently injured patients with serious bleeding were to receive a cheap, widely available and easily administered drug to help their blood to clot, tens of thousands of lives could be saved every year.