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Friday, 3 Dec 2010
Dwolla, a peer to peer payment platform, announces its service is now available in America with support for Twitter and Facebook.
World of Warcraft players, you may either rejoice, or fear this news. Word has it that you might be able to play World of Warcraft on your Android device, with the help of GameString and its streaming technology.
Daily Dream App offers no less than 3 high-quality, handpicked free games and apps on the Apple iOS platforms every day in its opening week.
Google Chrome 8 gets a stable release with some new features and plenty of bug fixes.
Friday, 26 Nov 2010
It was bound to happen sooner or later. In less than a month, a jailbreaking tool for Windows Phone 7 has been released, allowing you to sideload apps and giving you access to low level functionality.
Wednesday, 24 Nov 2010
The addictive Angry Bird game that has made its way onto the Apple iOS and Google Android platform, seems to be getting an imminent announcement for Microsoft Windows Phone 7 on 11th Dec.
Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010
The Speak Good English Movement launches its first iPhone "Say It Right" app. The app was designed for Singaporeans hoping to pronounce English words correctly and accurately. The free app's release is part of the Movement's bid to engage tech-savvy Singaporeans where a sizable percentage is wielding the iPhone.
Novell has issued a press release announcing it has entered into a merger agreement under which Attachmate Corporation would acquire Novell for $6.10 per share in a transaction valued at approximately $2.2 billion.
Monday, 22 Nov 2010
There was a minor delay, but Apple's iOS 4.2 is finally available for its iDevices.
Thursday, 18 Nov 2010
Google Voice is finally available on Apple's iTunes app store after facing some hiccups from Apple since its initial submission last September. Google Voice enables users to link multiple phone numbers to one Google Voice number, and also make affordable international calls as well as send free text messages.