News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 27 Aug 2010
MPEG-LA, the group holding the patent rights for use of MPEG video codec standards, including the popular H.264 codec, has announced that it will not charge royalties for any website using it to stream freely available video.
Thursday, 26 Aug 2010
Firefox Tab Candy, an experimental way to organize, control and massage your Firefox tabs, has become Firefox Panorama.
And the new cameras keep coming ahead of Photokina in September. The latest to hit the mix is Canon's EOS 60D, the successor to the nearly two year old 50D.
Wednesday, 25 Aug 2010
It seems that constantly plugging in, being always on and repeatedly stimulating our brains isn't that good for our learning after all.
Tuesday, 24 Aug 2010
What do you do if your iPhone gets soaked? Maybe it got caught in the heavy rain we've been getting lately, or dropped into a flood somewhere, or simply tumbled in the washing machine.
Apple is attempting to patent a remote kill switch that can cripple your device if it detect unauthorized activities on your phone.
Monday, 23 Aug 2010
Ever wondered what the Death Star briefing in Star Wars IV would have looked like if done in PowerPoint? Wonder no longer.
Friday, 20 Aug 2010
The successor to last year's prosumer Canon S90 has been revealed. The Canon S95 looks like an incremental improvement rather than a radical one, carrying over many of the same features.
Intel spends US$7.7 billion on security software maker McAffee in a surprising move.
Thursday, 19 Aug 2010
Similar to Foursquare and Gowalla, the new Facebook Places service lets you check in at locations using the iPhone Facebook app and announce to your friends where you are.