News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 19 Jul 2011
Ex-Apple designer Bret Victor wants to make math easier with his Kill Math project. Contrary to his project's name, he doesn't want to destroy math as much as reinvent math's user interface.
Amazon not only sells textbooks in digital format, it now rents them out as well.
Windows 8's supposed support for low-cost, high-performance processors from ARM means that we will soon see proportionately priced notebooks.
Besides the ability to convert 2D videos or images to 3D, it seems like the LG Optimus 3D do the same for games based on OpenGL graphics with its Gingerbread update in October.
The U.S Army recently completed a six-week field trial of iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7 devices to determine which platforms best suit its needs.
Cisco Systems intends to trim 15 percent of its workforce and sell a factory as part of its plan to cut annual expenses by $1 billion as the network equipment maker attempts to revive its fortunes.
Through its official BlackBerry Twitter account, RIM has rejected the recent rumor that it's going to discontinue the Wi-Fi version of its PlayBook tablet.
Monday, 18 Jul 2011
Microsoft has released Windows Server Solutions Phone Connector for Windows Home Server 2011 for integrating Windows Phone 7 with your WHS 2011 server.
The original ultra-portable that started it all, the Apple MacBook Air, will be getting a spec refresh, according to analysts.
The U.S International Trade Commission ruled that HTC had violated two of Apple's patents, which could possibly mean that HTC products would be banned by year end.