- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 3 May 2012
A slew of new features have been introduced to make Google Docs even more handy and useful. Most interesting of the new changes is the integration of better scripting options for developers to build applications for the cloud-based office suite.
Lacking a video chat function, the iPhone Facebook Messenger app may soon be updated to include that function. And a dedicated iPad version of the Facebook Messenger app is also rumored to be in the works.
Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Reports have come about saying that Samsung's Series 5 and series 7 notebooks will be receiving an upgrade to Intel's Ivy Bridge processors.
Based on the AMD Radeon HD 7870 GPU, MSI announced its R7870 Hawk that now boasts of design concepts adopted from the Lightning series. With an unlocked BIOS, digital power regulation as well as enhanced power design, the R7870 Hawk is ready to soar to new overclocking heights!
Facebook unveils a new organ-donor status feature in the US and the UK to help those in dire need find a generous life-saver.
A screen guard by manufacturer Colorant reveals that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will come with a 4.8-inch display. In addition, comparisons with the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S II hint of a chassis that is slightly longer and has a dedicated menu button.
Blackberry is guaranteeing developers that they will make at least $10,000 in the first year for their "Certified" Blackberry 10 apps.
Monday, 30 Apr 2012
Intel has officially released its new 22nm Ivy Bridge series that comprises both desktop and mobile computing processors. Besides releasing the official prices for the Ivy Bridge CPUs, read on to find out if there were any price reductions for the 2nd generation Intel Core processors.
Mozilla has released version 12 for the public to download. At the same time, more adventurous users can try out the beta for Firefox 13 which is expected to keep the changes rolling on.
Amazon's Kindle Fire is now one of the most popular Android devices in the US, and the most prominent Android tablet in the market. But that doesn't mean Google is amused, because Amazon's version of Android is bringing developers into their yard.