Friday, 11 Jan 2013
Online retailer Amazon has launched an auto-ripping service which stores free digital copies of selected CDs purchased from its store. Customers can access the music via Amazon's Cloud Player or mobile apps.
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2013
Microsoft has confirmed that Skype will be replacing Windows Live Messenger on March 15 2013. The company plans to retire Windows Live Messenger in all countries except mainland China.
Friday, 4 Jan 2013
Facebook augmented their mobile Messenger app recently with voice messaging features. The app is currently available for both iOS and Android devices.
Thursday, 3 Jan 2013
Participants at CES 2013 can expect to see LG's CarbonFree-certified OLED TV and a variety of new Cinema 3D Smart TV games at the tradeshow. LG also announced plans to take pre-orders for their OLED TVs in South Korea, slated to arrive in February.
Monday, 31 Dec 2012
As part of its cost reduction plan, Zynga has just announced that it will shut down 11 titles in a bid to cut costs.
Thursday, 27 Dec 2012
Mozilla is backtracking on its decision to kill the 64-bit version of Firefox due to heavy backlash from users of the browser. Just last month, managing engineer Benjamin Smedberg requested developers stop development on the project's nightly builds of its 64-bit Windows distribution.
Google lists the best Android apps of 2012. Read on to find out which apps make the list.
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
According to a report from ABI Research, over 5 billion wireless connectivity chips will ship in 2013. This will include standalone Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, and ZigBee, as well as connectivity combo integrated circuits and platform solutions.
Monday, 24 Dec 2012
According to the official Office 2013 blog, Microsoft has decided to remove some features and components from Outlook 2013. This is especially of concern to users of Outlook 2007 or 2010, looking to upgrade to the new Outlook. Read on to find out the extent of the deprecation efforts by the company.
Thursday, 20 Dec 2012
IBM has announced their yearly "5 in 5" that comprises five innovations that may have the potential to change the way we live, work and play over the course of the next five years. They are based on current trends as well as emerging technologies from IBM's R&D laboratories around the world.