It's been a busy week for bots: Facebook and financial firms were targeted by resiliant and persistent malware: pcwrld.us/12F5CRm
Yahoo's board approves the $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr; press conference Monday: pcwrld.us/15ZdzWm
Looking for a deal? Have patience; the summer sales aren't yet as hot as they'll get. pcwrld.us/10F4FEs
Google Glass, Hangouts, and Play Music drew attention, but Apps made quiet, significant news at Google I/O: pcwrld.us/10F4clJ
Some sites have a Gift Guide for grads, @TechHive
has a GIF guide for grads. hive.rs/13CQghj
Ever want to tour the Europeon countryside—from behind the wheel of a big rig?
Dell's thumb-sized PC will ship in July.
Will the Feds ever chill about using phones on planes?
A Google manager let a cat out of the bag when it comes to Google Hangouts.
The LulzSec guys got off easy!
Evil vs. Evil. The virus is trying to make a comeback against malware.
The new photo stuff in Google+ is quite good. Not revolutionary, but a step up for social networks. hive.rs/14cwVmz
Social media can make or break a business. Here's 9 things to avoid when using it!
How private is Google Glass? Boundaries need to be set!
Dell sales are taking a dive.
This tablet will boot into just about anything.
Windows 8 won't hit critical mass with enterprises. Windows 7 wins this time!
Steam has some interesting ideas. Such as a card collecting meta game for playing their games! pcwrld.us/10Tp3r2
What's first on Intel's new CEO's agenda? Going mobile. pcwrld.us/13pFSGd
If domain registerations and redirects are anything to go by, @TechHive
says the next Xbox will be Xbox Fusion. hive.rs/1484cyY
Google and Microsoft continue their slap-fight. pcwrld.us/104uPkT
Check out our ahnds on with the new Google Maps. Cartography is cool again! pcwrld.us/10IkgUM
Is mobile really a malware hotbed? Like Public Enemy says, "Don't, don't, don't believe the hype!" pcwrld.us/18NrInS
At long last, Retina: Toshiba Kirabook looks luxurious, but it’s not quite first-class all the way. pcwrld.us/12DI6CX @ToshibaUSA
Google threatens Microsoft to take down its YouTube app. pcwrld.us/13mKAEr
Use Youtube—with your head. pcwrld.us/14pzlxA
Chrome will make mobile browsing fast! pcwrld.us/10GYiRY
Google Maps is getting a sexy makeover. pcwrld.us/12BBvcj
Internet Explorer is the safest against malware—good enough to switch> pcwrld.us/10qHpOy
Zagat partnership! Scores and reviews! Please show the video of Chris Farley skimming Zagats!
Oh, snap. "Google maps are accurate," in so many words. The shot fires, and the crowd applauds.
The Chrome browser got its moment in the sun at today's Google I/O keynote. Here are the highlights: pcwrld.us/10yV55V
Can it really be called "street view" if you're mapping the ocean?
"Hot wording" taps into knowledge graph to show highly relevant results to conversational queries. Like Siri (but maybe better?) on desktop.
Audio-based conversational search coming to the desktop, no tapping on Mic icon necessary.
Search's Knowledge graph to begin pushing contextual, responsive statistics-based graphics.
Radeon launched their new-ish notebook graphics flagship! pcwrld.us/10Y47th
"Now we talk about awesome"...? GREAT! Animated awesomeness.
Wait Google doesn't already have auto-enhance on the desktop?
Highlights face recognition will also recognize family members and pals--and not trashcan THOSE photos.
"Google can pick the best photos for you" w/ Highlight feature, avoiding blurry photos, duplicates, and... people who aren't smiling?!
New Hangouts unifies messages, images, group video into "conversations" across web, Android, iOS, and it's all synced
G+ hashtags will reveal signal-ranked related content, customized just for you. Even uses image analysis to push relevant content
Google+ multicolumn design migrating from phones to all devices--desktop view will be more modular, with a responsive design
Google Play For Education organized by subject matter and grade level... gets the right apps to the right teachers and kids
Half way into I/O keynote: Exceedingly dev-fcoused, no consumer sizzle. Follow live blog here: techhive.com/article/203862…
Racer game demo shows how a single Chrome game plays across 5 physical devices-- multi-monitor madness! Wild, but who would do this?
VP9: video codec cuts files sizes by more than half relative to H.264