News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 3 Jun 2011
Sony reportedly suffered another hack attack yesterday. This time, a group of hackers claims to have accessed the SonyPictures.com servers and compromised personal data belonging to one million customers, which the group said it then posted in a file on its website.
Thursday, 2 Jun 2011
It seems that Motorola is not resting on its laurels and has plans to unveil new mobile devices, including the Xoom's successor, in the coming months.
HP's Touchpad has been leaked at Computex - by Sandisk of all companies! Fast Company has the scoop, and shot a video demo of the webOS interface.
Twitter revamps its search service to start displaying photo and video results.
Microsoft previewed its next generation operating system, codenamed 'Windows 8.' The OS work-in-progress has been redesigned from the ground up for touch, and is slated to work across a variety of devices, from touch tablets to mouse and keyboard desktops.
Another Huawei tablet joins the party, with scarce details except that it'll be seen at CommunicAsia 2011 on the 20th of June.
Facebook users should be aware of a new trojan which infects both Mac and PC users with malware.
Wednesday, 1 Jun 2011
Zinio, a digital magazine distribution platform, is now available on Google Android 3.0. From now till 15th June, selected magazines will be free to download.
According to Nielsen's April survey of mobile consumers in the US, 36% of smartphone consumers now have an Android device, outnumbering Apple's 26% and RIM's 23% market share.
Tuesday, 31 May 2011
Sony's PlayStation Network will be fully restored by the end of the week, except for Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea which aren't given a restoration date just yet.