News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2011
After becoming the world's largest polluter, taking over the US, China is now officially the world's largest PC market. What will it not take over?
Facebook will introduce several new privacy controls in the next few days, including an option to choose whether to publish photos tagged by others on your profile page.
Tuesday, 23 Aug 2011
WebOS may be dead, but the TouchPad has been selling like hotcakes ever since HP slashed prices to a low of US$99. Now there's another reason for geeks to want the TouchPad besides its bargain price - you can install Ubuntu, a flavor of Linux, on the box.
Intel announced the architecture details of the upcoming Itanium CPUs for launch in 2012.
DRAM chip suppliers are all struggling with falling chip prices caused by oversupply and the market outlook for the rest of 2011 remains uncertain.
The rumours are in. Apple may be working on an "absolutely different" Mac and it could come by the end of 2011.
Twitter introduces a new user gallery feature, which houses the most recent 100 images linked with users' tweets.
PC gaming peripheral maker Razer claim that on 26th August they'll prove that PC Gaming is not dead.
Monday, 22 Aug 2011
3DS owners who picked up the device before Nintendo slashed the price were given a special invitation to its Ambassador Program and now you can check if you have successfully registered with Nintendo's serial number checker.
It is rumored that Intel is only expecting to ship 32-bit DirectX 9 drivers with the new Atom CPUs.