This story originally said BlackBerry was the developer of the Twitter and Facebook apps for its OS. Actually, Twitter itself makes the Twitter app for BB10.
The caption beneath the graph incorrectly identified the top performing encoder shown in the graph itself. That encoder is Google's Foxtail VP8 encoder.
"Recently, U.S. GSA officials identified a security vulnerability in the System for Award Management (SAM), which could allow some existing users in the system to access certain registration information of other entities. Immediately after the vulnerability was identified, GSA implemented a software patch to addresses the immediate vulnerability. GSA is undertaking a full review of the system to investigate … Read more
This piece was re-edited to stress that BP is following Wikipedia guidelines.
When Microsoft released Office 2013 some Word and Outlook users were unpleasantly surprised to find the AutoCorrect options removed from the right-click (context) menu of Word 2013 and WordMail for Outlook 2013.
On its TechNet site, Microsoft explains that the change was made to streamline the right-click menus in those programs. (Scroll to the end of the long list of changes made to Office 2013 to find "Contents of spelling error context menu" in the Word section.)
In Outlook 2003/2007, you can access suggested spellings and AutoCorrect options for misspelled words by clicking the lightning-bolt icon that … Read more
123D Creature is not a version of the AutoDesk app 123D Catch, as originally reported in this story. It is a separate app.