- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 2 Nov 2011
The video game retailer GameStop has decided to tweak the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Acer Iconia Tab A100, added their own propriety Bluetooth game controller and put them up for sale. You can use these tablets to play more than just Angry Birds now.
Horacio Gutierrez, deputy general counsel of Microsoft's intellectual property group has claimed that Google Android's success is built upon Microsoft's heavy investments in research and development.
Tuesday, 1 Nov 2011
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced for the 3rd quarter of 2011, Intel's market share of graphics shipments is 60.4%. AMD maintained its share while NVIDIA's slid.
Proud owners of the iPhone 4S realized that their phone, which came with a promise of six to eight hours of battery life with constant use stays functioning for a significantly smaller duration of time. The Internet however might have found a few fixes to keep your phone switched on longer.
Senior Technical Director of HDTV Magazine, Rodolfo La Maestra, revisits basic concepts of 3D TVs in an article featuring a simple visual comparison between the main active and passive factions.
Monday, 31 Oct 2011
Google TV was launched a year ago to lackluster response due to its complicated user interface and a dearth of TV shows caused by broadcast issues with US TV networks. But a major update is coming.
The Ubuntu Developer Summit is held twice every year and it is a chance for engineers behind the Linux OS and the community to sit down and plan for the future. Could a smartphone version of the GNU-based operating system be in the works?
After two weeks of hard work, developer Steven Troughton-Smith has managed to get the Siri to function fully on an iPhone 4.
Friday, 28 Oct 2011
Be careful of which link you click as spammers may be targeting you. Read about the dangers of shortened URL links and other security threats from the latest Symantec Intelligence Report.
A newly discovered backdoor Trojan named Tsunami threatens to hit poorly protected Mac computers and turn them into IRC-controlled bots for planned DDoS attacks.