Thursday, 6 Oct 2011
BlackBerry's most popular feature, the BlackBerry Messenger is found running on the Android platform from several leaked photos.
Consumers surfing the Internet and social networking sites whilst watching TV is on the rise, according to Ovum, an independent telecommunications analyst firm.
Wednesday, 5 Oct 2011
Google Chrome users may be affected by the overzealous virus definitions in Microsoft Security Essentials. The latter has mistakenly flagged the browser as malware.
Now that Apple's show-and-tell is over, Samsung teases us with a video that shows off a phone with a uniquely curved body.
AC Ryan VEOLO combines the most demanded functions to provide a complete digital home entertainment device like never seen before - apps, internet, and a media streamer, all on your TV.
LifeSize today announced that LifeSize ClearSea (formerly Mirial ClearSea), an enterprise-class desktop and mobile video conferencing platform, now supports iOS 5 and will soon feature support for the new iPhone 4S.
Using your own product is a sign of confidence, but when it comes to Google Plus, it seems like Google's top management isn't eating their own dog food.
Meg Whitman, HP's new chief executive, stated that a decision regarding the PC unit's future will be made by the end of this month.
Those with the older gen iPod nano players will get the new features announced yesterday, via a software update.
Apple unveils the iPhone 4S, an incremental upgrade from the existing iPhone 4 model. Apple's latest smartphone will feature a dual-core A5 chip, and 8-megapixel camera which does Full 1080p HD Video Recording. Other highlights include Siri, a personal digital assistant app, as well as iOS5 and iCloud.