News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 13 Sep 2011
Is Google's auto-correct giving you a massive headache and a ton of misunderstandings? Well, a start-up which released an Android app is having it worse.
YouTube founders, Steve Chen and Chad Hurley are taking over Delicious from Yahoo at an undisclosed bid price.
HTC's chairwoman, Cher Wang, said that the company is considering buying a mobile operating system.
Monday, 12 Sep 2011
Windows Phone 7 users, start checking your updates via the phone or through Zune. The Mango update could be dropping in anytime next week, or slightly later.
Is Amazon planning to launch a subscription library service?
With Mozilla decided to move onto a six month release cycle schedule, Ubuntu contemplates going one better and one of the Technical Board members has stated that a one month release cycle might be possible.
Looks like the stage is set for the rise of the Ultrabooks, with the increasing demand for ultra-portables, as well as more powerful ultra-low voltage processors.
In an apparent bungle, Microsoft accidentally leaked information on its security patches. The bulletins were published but the patches were nowhere in sight.
Carol Bartz resigns from Yahoo's Board of Directors, despite claims saying she won't step down as Director of the board.
Google is said to be naming the successor to Ice Cream Sandwich as Android Jelly Bean.