Caleb Garling

Caleb Garling

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Apple most valuable company on the planet for an afternoon

Apple just edges out Exxon Mobile for the most valuable company in the world...and then falls behind.

AT&T’s purchase of Qualcomm’s spectrum halted by FCC

AT&T faces hurdles as FCC slows approval process for two major transactions.

Amazon sales figures paint violent picture of equipment used in London riots

Amazon is showing some fairly ominous sales trends in it's UK store.

Save the pseudonyms: Why having multiple online personalities is not a disorder

Social networks may be on a crusade to slash pseudonyms and stomp out anonymity, but operating under a number of online names has its merits.

iPhone 5 “hypothetical” costs and hardware published by Bloomberg

Bloomberg posts estimates on iPhone 5 hardware, costs and margins.
Social Media

Syrian hackers retaliate and take down Anonymous social network AnonPlus

Earlier this morning we reported how Anonymous had hacked the website of Syria’s Ministry of Defense, and replaced the official homepage with images of citizen unrest and brutality by authorities. Now AnonPlus, Anonymous’s social…

E-commerce continues strong growth with 14 percent increase in Q2 of 2011

Trends continue towards digital shopping as comScore reports new data from the second quarter of 2011.

San Francisco realtors: The rental market feels like another tech bubble

An unlikely but distinctly knowledgeable group weighs in on the question of a tech bubble.

‘Spam King’ surrenders to FBI, indicted on hacking charges

Sanford Wallace turned himself in and could face up to 40 years in prison.
Cool Tech

Movirtu to open up mobile phone numbers to developing world

Movirtu plans to change the way people with only mobile phone access socialize and do business.
Cool Tech

MIT researchers develop a technique to kill a wide range of deadly viruses

A new approach has been developed that may eradicate all viruses before they can infect more cells.
Android Army

Apple now world’s number one smartphone manufacturer

Apple ships more smartphones than any other company in the world.