- Reads from WWW
Monday, 19 Sep 2011
Microsoft's IIS is still the second most popular web server; however, according to Netcraft, its market share has been on the decline since late 2008.
A slide in a video from one of the BUILD conferences seems to suggest that users would be able to make phone calls directly in Windows 8 without the need of any third-party software.
A supposed screenshot of AT&T's internal system revealed an iPhone 4s White model with a list of current iPhone units. Could this be the next iPhone?
Two of Twitter's earliest investors have left the company's board of directors, the latest change to the fast-growing social media company's leadership.
Friday, 16 Sep 2011
In the aftermath of the purchase of Zagat, Google introduces its new Flight Search services, a result of its acquisition of ITA Software, a flight information software that was purchased in July 2010.
E-commerce owes a great debt to Paypal for helping provide a safe and stable way to transfer and receive funds on the internet. Now the company is taking on the task to bring about mobile payment.
Editing your video after uploading it to YouTube is nothing new, but YouTube has just simplified it further with the new "Edit video" button.
Google's latest product offering may be a social and news reader, similar to Flipboard and Zite. It's said to be available for iOS as well as Android.
The popularity of portable devices seemed to have begun whittling away at Adobe Flash's dominance on the web and it seems Microsoft is throwing its weight in this direction.
Bang & Olufsen unveils a limited edition version of its BeoVision 10-46 HDTV with a new color for its speaker grille and trim.