News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 21 Mar 2011
The top level domain (TLD) has been approved for use for the pornography websites. No doubts, eyebrows were raised.
Facebook stretches its social network dominance further with the acquisition of Snaptu, bringing its services to users of feature phones that are commonly found in developing countries.
Friday, 18 Mar 2011
The New York Times' David Pogue took a private photo lesson from professional Tom Bear and came away with some class tips; including how not to miss a shot by 'chimping' out.
Apple's Smart Cover has 31 magnets to latch onto the Apple iPad 2. So how else can you utilize these 31 magnets? Apparently, some folks have turned it into a fridge magnet.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab looks pretty on the outside, but there's a secret message in its innards from the engineers.
Top security firm RSA Security revealed on Thursday that it's been the victim of an "extremely sophisticated" hack.
Thursday, 17 Mar 2011
Google has just added a new feature called Discussions within Google Docs, allowing users to engage in real time conversation while they edit their documents with fellow collaborators.
Microsoft's new Web browser, Internet Explorer 9, was downloaded over 2 million times since its release on Monday evening.
Google acquires Irish film technology company, Green Parrot Pictures, to improve the picture quality of videos posted on YouTube.
Wednesday, 16 Mar 2011
The Japan earthquake and tsunami could result in significant shortages of certain electronic components, potentially causing pricing for these devices to increase dramatically.