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Monday, 12 Mar 2012
When you have 27 million users, all of which are using iOS, how do you double, or even triple that growth? By building an Android version which according to Instagram founder Kevin Systrom, is even better than the iOS version.
At Google's Pwnium contest, a hacker who goes by the name PinkiePie and a Russian university student have exploited a vulnerabilities in Google Chrome to break in and walk away with US$60,000 each.
A Mozilla developer has announced on his blog that they have started work on porting Firefox for the Windows 8 Metro interface.
Friday, 9 Mar 2012
Contrary to an earlier news posting on Samsung's Philippines site, the Korean company has sent a Twitter update, stating that it won't be pushing the Android 4.0 update to the Samsung Galaxy S II on 10th March.
EVGA has launched its Classified SR-X motherboard that features Intel C606 chipset. The Classified SR-X is a dual-socket (LGA2011) board that exclusively supports Intel Xeon E5 processors. The board has twelve DIMM slots (supporting up to 96GB of memory) and seven PEG slots.
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.
Official restrictions for the Windows Phone Tango update has finally made its way on Microsoft's Windows Phone How-to website. We have the details.
Wednesday, 7 Mar 2012
YouTube will be rolling out a new feature which will allow users to view preview thumbnails of the content as you roll over the progress bar.
With the launch of the alleged iPad HD just around the corner, here are some additional rumors and allegations to keep readers on the edge of their seats. 9to5Mac and BGR reports.
Google is rolling out a new cloud-based platform, Google Play to replace the Android Market. It will serve as a single platform for books, music, movies and apps. Android devices will receive the update over the coming days.