News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 31 Aug 2011
Now that the "Mango" update for Windows Phone 7 is near, it's time for website operators to tweak their sites to accommodate the new version of IE9 that's in the update.
Just after jumping into the gaming notebook market, Razer goes and reveal a new gaming peripheral.
Korean TV brands, Samsung and LG Electronics, maintain their leading positions in market share by revenue for worldwide shipments of flat-screen TV sets, according to the latest data released by California-based market research firm DisplaySearch.
A five minute video of the new HTC Sense 3.5 was leaked online, which showed off a more refined user interface.
Tuesday, 30 Aug 2011
It was a matter of time before someone steps in to inject HP's ill-fated TouchPad with Google Android. And the group in question is well known Android-modding group CyanogenMod, bringing an alpha build onto the HP tablet.
Monday, 29 Aug 2011
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and Transcend Information (TI), both of which are based in Taiwan, have successfully created 2TB thumbdrives.
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.