News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 18 Jul 2011
India-based Kootol Software has sent a notice to several companies, including Apple and Microsoft, for violating a patent that it has rights to.
Earlier last week Apple released iOs version 4.3.4 to fix a PDF-related exploit, and before you know it, version 4.3.4 itself was jailbroken over the weekend.
Apple is now allowing its customers to receive a refund within a seven-day period after buying an app in the Taiwan App Store.
Friday, 15 Jul 2011
Sony could be releasing new models of its E-Book readers in the U.S. as early as August in a move aimed at competing with the Amazon Kindle.
The widespread use of search engines and online databases has affected the way people remember information, researchers are reporting.
Avast has conducted a study of its users and found that 60% of them run a vulnerable version of Adobe Reader.
Kim Hyung-suk, a South Korean iPhone user, files a lawsuit against Apple for unsolicited location tracking. According to lawyers and court officials, Apple has since compensated Miss Kim one million Korean won.
Although Google+ is still in the trial phase, the number of users on the new social networking site swelled to 10 million in two weeks.
Remember the Downloads page on Apple's website? The directory of apps is now gone, and the page now promotes the Mac App Store.
Thursday, 14 Jul 2011
Rumors of a Windows Phone 7 device based off the Samsung Galaxy S II could be true, given how a similarly thin Samsung unit appeared at Microsoft's recent Worldwide Partner Conference.