Friday, 29 Jun 2012
Less than a day after Google announces the availability of both Chrome and Google Drive apps for iOS devices, the former has already topped the free apps chart for iPhone as well as reigns second for iPad apps.
Google announced their cloud storage solution Google Drive late April this year. In the space of two months, Google has announced some essential enhancements, and even support for iOS devices at this year's Google I/O event. The app is now available in iTunes Store for Singapore.
ESET has uncovered a worm that targets AutoCAD drawings. Upon infection, the worm - ACAD/Medre.A - will proceed to steal files and send them to email accounts in China.
Thursday, 28 Jun 2012
The new Maps update has been rolled out today on Google Play, allowing users to save maps offline in more than 150 countries.
Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012
Microsoft makes its move to acquire Yammer, a cloud-based enterprise social networking service, for US$1.2 billion in cash. Yammer will continue to be headed by current CEO David Sacks although the company will be integrated with Microsoft's Office Division after the acquisition.
Tuesday, 26 Jun 2012
Wired and The New Yorker will suspend efforts to sell ads on the popular news and social feeds app. They'll be replacing Flipboard-tuned content next month with trimmer versions that summon their own websites should readers want to read the full article.
Monday, 25 Jun 2012
Android users can now monitor and manage their runs with the Nike+ Running app, which has just been released on Google Play.
Friday, 22 Jun 2012
Flipboard officially arrrives on the Google Android platform. It is available in five new editions - Germany, Italy, Korea, Netherlands and Spain.
Facebook is about to empower users with the ability to edit comments made on the social media platform without time limitations. As a fail-safe measure, other users will be able to see the complete edit history of the thread to prevent any ugly disputes.
Thursday, 21 Jun 2012
Futuremark has released its first trailer for the next version of 3DMark, the world's first graphics benchmark allowing testing of DX9, DX10, and DX11 capable hardware through the DX11 API.