News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 29 Aug 2011
Researchers at IBM Almaden are building a giant data storage system with enough space to hold 24 billion MP3s.
There will always be rumors surrounding Apple, about its next exciting product, be it a hit or miss, and this time, it's about flat screen TVs.
Google's next Nexus phone (codenamed Nexus Prime) had been confirmed by two separate sources within a day, which are in the form of a Wi-Fi certification note and an alleged letter from Samsung legal team.
Google TV will launch in Europe early 2012 despite a shaky start in the United States.
Friday, 26 Aug 2011
Despite outstanding issues and appeal possible for both parties, digital music providers will surely have renewed confidence in offering similar unlicensed services.
Given HP's recent decision to stop the production of hardware running its webOS mobile operating system, HP Singapore has come up with a few post-purchase options for users who have bought the product at the HP Singapore Online Store or HP authorized retailers in Singapore on or before the 22nd of August.
Facebook could soon be launching its own photo filters feature following rumors of an unsuccessful attempt to acquire Instagram this summer.
AMD announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Rory P. Read, 49, President and Chief Executive Officer of AMD.
Thursday, 25 Aug 2011
Just last year, Taiwanese PC-manufacturer Acer Inc was the world's second largest. Today it slipped to fourth place and has reported losses for the first time in 10 years.
Samsung Electronics said that it has no intention of taking over Hewlett-Packard's personal computer business.