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Thursday, 17 Mar 2011
Adobe launches Photoshop Express 2.0 for iOS with Adobe camera pack for In-App purchase, offering easy, on-the-go support for capturing, organizing, editing and sharing photos on popular social networks like Facebook, making it a must-have app for customers working with digital photos on new smartphones and tablets.
Google has just added a new feature called Discussions within Google Docs, allowing users to engage in real time conversation while they edit their documents with fellow collaborators.
Microsoft's new Web browser, Internet Explorer 9, was downloaded over 2 million times since its release on Monday evening.
Google acquires Irish film technology company, Green Parrot Pictures, to improve the picture quality of videos posted on YouTube.
Monday, 14 Mar 2011
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play won't be the only device enjoying Sony's PlayStation Suite and its library of games. In an earlier announcement, Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed that the PlayStation Suite will be extended to devices running on NVIDIA's Tegra 2.
Friday, 11 Mar 2011
Microsoft did promise copy and paste functionality for its Windows Phone 7 device in early 2011 with no fixed date given. It seems a time frame has been set, with an update heading our way in the latter half of March.
Thursday, 10 Mar 2011
Time to plug in your iDevice and get it synced, because Apple's latest software update is here.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
Thecus introduces V5, their firmware which promises a huge jump in performance using NASPT and a speed increase of 50 percent using NetBench.
Creative announces the PlayChinese Pedagogy System, which features the new ZiiO Shenbi tablet and content applications that makes mastering the Chinese language fun and fuss-free.
Tuesday, 8 Mar 2011
Microsoft has created a website campaigning for net users to stop browsing the web with its dated Internet Explorer 6 browser. In a rather bizarre move, Microsoft is urging users to upgrade their browsers and to drop IE6 altogether. According to Microsoft, the website is dedicated to watching Internet Explorer 6 usage drop to less than 1% worldwide.