Tuesday, 10 Jul 2012
Stepping away from their usual modus operandi, roughly 80 members of internet activist group, Anonymous, took to the streets of Tokyo to pick up garbage in protest of recent revisions to Japan’s laws against illegal downloads.
Microsoft has just announced its acquisition of Perceptive Pixel, a six-year-old maker of high-performance multi-touch workstations and "wall solutions".
Microsoft has revealed that Windows 8 will reach RTM stage in the first week of August, and will be generally available to users in October.
Monday, 9 Jul 2012
This malicious app sends SMS messages to specific numbers, incurring unnecessary charges and although these fake Skype apps are marketed specifically to Android users, the malicious .JAR file can be executed on pre-Software Installation Script (SIS) Symbian phones or certain versions of Android which run Java MIDlet too.
Motorola Singapore announced today that the Android 4.0 over-the-air-update is available now for the Razr and Razr Maxx.
Measuring a mere 0.57mm thin, the receiving coil is highly resistant to shock, providing excellent reliability. The coil's design minimizes the tendency towards rising resistance and achieves a power transfer efficiency to meet Wireless Power Consortium's "Qi" standard.
Leading problem solving web service FixYa announces the first-ever report comparing consumer issues across the most popular smartphones including the Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, RIM BlackBerry Curve, HTC Titan II and Nokia Lumia 900.
Designed to enable sound waves to be directed to the ears at a slight angle, these fully open dynamic stereo headphones feature the 40mm Duodol transducer, with its powerful neodymium magnet systems delivering detailed, lifelike audio reproduction.
In an offbeat move from its manufactured PC path, Fujitsu will soon begin offering classes to teach customers how to build their computers. This move will further bolster PC assembly workshops that the company has been running in Fukushima and Shimane since 2004.
Mozilla, the non-profit organization behind the open source desktop email client, Thunderbird, has announced that it’d be cutting back on Thunderbird’s development, as continued innovation on the email client is no longer a priority for the company.