News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 8 Sep 2011
New Zealand's new laws trying to clamp down on file sharing and P2P seem to have the undesired effect of spooking web users to completely stop all online activities as ISPs report downturns in traffic.
Microsoft's Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky will soon be showing the world what Windows 8 will look like, and how it will work on a tablet.
In the ongoing patent lawsuits between HTC and Apple, Google has also thrown in its support with the transfer of nine patents to the Taiwanese company which was used to file further infringement claims against Apple.
Google's CEO Eric Schmidt revealed in an interview that the next version of Android (codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich) would be arriving in October or November.
Wednesday, 7 Sep 2011
Last week, HP announced that they will be having a second run of TouchPad production to satiate consumer demand; we now have word from Digitimes that about 100,000 to 200,000 units will be produced.
Is the arrival of the iPhone 5 sooner than expected?
Samsung's user agent profile for the rumored Nexus Prime, the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich device, has been spotted with a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels.
PC World gives us four very compelling reasons why the time is right for businesses to consider using Ultrabooks for their business.
Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz confirmed via iPad that she has been fired over the phone by their Board of Directors.
Hitachi GST has announced their flagship 3.5-inch hard drive featuring 1TB of storage capacity per platter.