Friday, 14 May 2010
Love it or loathe it, Foursquare seems determined to stay now that it's passed the 1 million users mark. It's also expected to announce a funding deal soon that should keep it running for a good long time to come.
According to the Times Online, we could see Google entering the e-book market as early as this June or July.
Oracle Corporation bought an ailing Sun Microsystems in January 2010 for US$7.4 billion. Can Oracle's CEO Larry Ellison turn the once-great company back around?
Adobe took out ads in 24 major newspapers and websites in response to criticisms of Adobe's software by Apple.
Philips has introduced their 12 watt EnduraLED light bulb, a replacement for the standard light bulb that promises to use up to 80% less energy and last 25 times as long, which could have significant impact if widely adopted.
Google's Chrome OS has been reported for an availability by the 2nd half of 2010, and it seems like Acer (and likely other vendors) might reveal all at this year's Computex.
Perhaps it's time to worry what Facebook is actually doing to your private information given its blatant lack of concern for your privacy.
Thursday, 13 May 2010
Google certainly has all its cards ready with its upcoming Froyo update, which now includes a USB tethering option (finally) and the ability to create a Wi-Fi hotspot with your Android phone.
Samsung has outlined a 23.3 trillion won (US$20.6 billion) investment plan for the next decade, which includes heavy investment in green technologies like solar cells and rechargeable batteries.
Current users on Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 will get the upgrade to the latest Office Mobile 2010, launched in conjunction with the retail release of the full desktop version.