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Thursday, 6 Oct 2011
In a bid to bring the digital world to the poor, the Indian government has released a tablet, Aakash, that costs INR 2,999 or S$80.
BlackBerry's most popular feature, the BlackBerry Messenger is found running on the Android platform from several leaked photos.
Wednesday, 5 Oct 2011
Google Chrome users may be affected by the overzealous virus definitions in Microsoft Security Essentials. The latter has mistakenly flagged the browser as malware.
Now that Apple's show-and-tell is over, Samsung teases us with a video that shows off a phone with a uniquely curved body.
Using your own product is a sign of confidence, but when it comes to Google Plus, it seems like Google's top management isn't eating their own dog food.
Meg Whitman, HP's new chief executive, stated that a decision regarding the PC unit's future will be made by the end of this month.
Those with the older gen iPod nano players will get the new features announced yesterday, via a software update.
Tuesday, 4 Oct 2011
GSMArena had the exclusive first live photo leak of the upcoming Samsung Nexus Prime. The image apparently showed the display having a pixel density of over 320 dpi and the device having no hardware buttons.
It is rumored that AMD's Llano APUs will be in short supply due to poor yield rates of Globalfoundries' 32nm process. It is also estimated that this will persist till early 2012.
A recent vulnerability that exposes user data to apps that are granted certain permissions on Android devices such as the HTC Thunderbolt and Evo 3D will be patched in an upcoming firmware update.