Monday, 4 Apr 2011
On April Fools, Google created a new service called Gmail Motion as a prank, but researches have actually made it a real thing.
Leaked early builds of Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 8, show that the company is experimenting with a ribbon interface ala Microsoft Office.
Android.Walkinwat, the first mobile phone threat discovered, can be found on several renowned file sharing websites through North America and Asia.
Gigabyte announced a new line of 16 "Black Socket" Motherboards previously unveiled at CeBIT 2011 that offer support for AMD's next generation, 32nm AM3+ CPUs.
Friday, 1 Apr 2011
Delivering agile stability in a sculptural form, the GorillaMobile Ori for iPad is inspired by the folding art of origami.
The new mid-tower M4 and M4 Silencer come with innovative features like a CD/DVD storage compartment, a Mini USB cable (plus a Micro USB adapter), to connect devices like mobile phones and cameras for easy uploading, syncing, and internet tethering.
Google Cloud Print users can now print directly to any HP ePrint-enabled printer from any Google Cloud Print supported app on any PC or smartphone.
While HTC hasn't officially announced any dual-core smartphones just yet, the leaked HTC Pyramid might change all that with its dual-core 1.2GHz processor.
Sony Ericsson today announces the launch of the new Xperia arc smartphone with cutting edge Sony technology and an exceptional multimedia experience.
HTC launched the new HTC Desire S, a successor to the HTC Desire, in Singapore. Its design is inspired by the HTC Legend.