"YEAR" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 14 items for the tag: YEAR
HP Australia 500 million AUD in the red over three years
HP Australia has now posted around $500 million AUD in losses throughout the past three years.
Apple increases iCloud security with two-step verfication security
Apple has implemented a two-step verification process for iMessage and FaceTime applications as of today - hackers begone!
A 15 year old kid just won a $3,000,000 Dota2 tournament
A 15 year old stand-in player for team Evil Geniuses has helped them grab first spot in a $3 million Asian Dota 2 competition.
Players and community members call for shortened Valve CS:GO bans
Professional players and community members speak up, asking Valve to decrease their ban durations for members involved in match-fixing and betting scandals.
Banned American CS:GO player Braxton "swag" Pierce apologizes to fans
17-year-old banned American CS:GO player Braxton "swag" Pierce apologizes to fans, stating that "the ban was necessary"
Electronic Arts publishes positive Q3 FY15 Financial Results
Electronic Arts reports great Q3 FY15 Financial Results.
A former CIA big wig joins the Oracle board of directors
Leon Panetta has worn many hats in Government and the CIA - Oracle has just added him to their board of directors.
PornHub lets everyone know exactly how they consume porn
PornHub releases some interesting year in review statistics for 2014, showing that the porn industry is extremely, alive, well and kicking.
Xbox 360 deals are running rampant until 2015
Xbox 360 games are running off the digital shelves right up until the new year. This sale features games on offer ranging from FIFA 15 to Destiny.
Apple Expected to Reverse iPad Misfortunes in 2015; 16% YoY Growth for Tablet OEMs, Says ABI Research
The Year-in-Review feature by Facebook is under fire
Facebook's Year-in-Review is nice for some, but for those with a recent tragedy it's a painful reminder.
The Australian government pushes for mandatory coding in schools
Australian schools may be adding coding as a mandatory subject to their Year 10 schooling program, starting in 2015.