In 2012, the FTC or Federal Trade Commission made a contest for people who can stop the annoying robocalls. The challenge is to make or develop a certain technology to minimize and totally eliminate these calls. The price is a whopping $50,000 and a trip to the Washington D.C. to present the project.
Now, the contest is already over. The technology has been made and the winners, yes, there are two winners, have been chosen.
Congratulations to Serdar Danis and Aaron Foss. The commission split the price into two and awarded each who presented . . . → Read More: FTC Awards $25,000 to Robocall Challenge Winners
RIM or Research in Motion, the maker of Blackberry, started its Blackberry Jam Americas 2012 tour with a blast by launching a redesigned store for its App World and providing an incentive of $10,000 for developers.
The company has once became the leader in the lucrative smartphone market. But when Apple and Samsung entered the picture, it has fallen behind yet still desires to get back on the phase as they are introducing the new Blackberry 10 platform and smartphones.
The American leg of Blackberry started at San Jose, California on Tuesday with an audience of more than 1,500, most . . . → Read More: RIM offers $10k for developers creating app for BB10
The fledgling car company, Tesla, has released their first electric sedans in the mass-market, but this is not sure if this will make the company successful or not.
In their weekend ceremony, the ten units of the so called Model S of the company rolled out in their factory doors in Fremont. The impressions of the audience seems so alive as they see the cars running.
Audience estimated to reach more than a thousand, local politicians, and Tesla employees and their relatives roared for the speakers that included Governor Jerry Brown of California. They all got fired up when the . . . → Read More: Tesla’s Electric Car Model S is out in the Market