Thursday, 22 Mar 2012
The latest blog post from YouTube has revealed a newly-added Video Manager feature that allows for editing of video quality with just one click.
Monday, 19 Mar 2012
Millions of small businesses across Asia Pacific can now accept credit and debit cards as well as PayPal payments through a smartphone - thanks to PayPal Here. Read on to to get more information on how it works and other details.
Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012
While Mozilla's Firefox hit its tenth incarnation not too long ago at the end of January, version 11 is being released today. What improvements for users as well as developers does it bring?
Friday, 9 Mar 2012
Android developers have recently been receiving pressure from Google to use their costlier in-house Google Wallet platform instead of other payment methods like Paypal or Boku.
Tuesday, 6 Mar 2012
The Facebook messenger app for Windows was leaked out in December last year, and an official download was released in a bid to lessen the impact of the leak. Now Facebook has officially launched the app which allows for chatting with friends without needing to have a browser window open.
Wednesday, 29 Feb 2012
The Pirate Bay, home to the world's largest stash of torrents, has officially removed all torrent links on their website and replaced them with magnet links. But that doesn't mean that it's the end of torrents.
Be careful what you share on Facebook! Nick Bergus found a giant 55 gallon of lubricant for sale on Amazon, and posted it on Facebook together with a funny line. A week later, his post returned as an ad from Amazon on his friends' news feeds.
Viewqwest announces it will be offering non-contract fiber broadband plans to users. However, this option will only be available to those who sign up for fiber broadband plans that are 200Mbps and above.
Thursday, 16 Feb 2012
In an earlier press conference, MyRepublic outlined its fibre broadband plans, alongside a few promotional offers such as a no contract sign-up and discounted prices for sign-ups before 29th February 2012.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Google and Facebook, said Monday they have removed allegedly offensive material on their Indian sites as part of a court case deemed as a test for Internet censorship and control.