Friday, 15 Oct 2010
Frequent users of Skype and Facebook should find this a welcome update. Skype has revealed new key features for its Windows application which include the integration of Facebook News Feed and Phonebook, as well as a new group video calling feature available in open beta.
Thursday, 14 Oct 2010
Envivio announced today it has added support for the new Windows Phone 7 operating system to its multi-screen video head ends based on the 4Caster C4 family of encoder/transcoders.
Wednesday, 13 Oct 2010
Symantec today announced availability of the public beta of Norton 360 version 5.0, an all-in-one security suite.
Monday, 11 Oct 2010
Microsoft Corp. today joined its partners in revealing nine new Windows Phone 7 handsets that will be available this holiday season from leading mobile operators in Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and Australia.
Ubuntu 10.10 has been released, with updates to its Ubuntu One cloud service, an improved installer and a customized netbook desktop shell.
Friday, 8 Oct 2010
Mozilla's Firefox Beta 1 is now available on Google Android and Maemo, adding more features and functions to your web browsing experience.
Thursday, 7 Oct 2010
Tablets have become the in thing, and if Microsoft is aiming for the tablet scene, they might be creating an additional software layer to optimize its Windows 7 OS on the tablet form factor.
Tuesday, 5 Oct 2010
Skype announces the global availability of Skype for Android using either a WiFi or mobile data connection (GPRS, EDGE, 3G). The application is available for download from the Skype mobile browser or via the Android Market.
Acronis, a leading provider of backup, recovery, and security solutions, announces the expansion of its retail presence in Singapore through leading retail outlets. From October 2010 onwards, consumers will find Acronisâ€™ home solutions on the specially designed Acronisâ€™ display shelves at Challengerâ€™s flagship store, located at Funan IT Mall and the newly opened Juzz1@Xchange, located at Esplanade Xchange. testingâ€™s
Thursday, 30 Sep 2010
Capable of running up to 20Gbps of data bandwidth per channel, HSDL significantly outperforms existing storage interfaces such as Serial ATA (SATA) and Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) which only offer 3Gbps/6Gbps data rates.