News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 20 Jun 2011
Google has acquired HTPC software company SageTV for an undisclosed sum, which leads to the likelihood that we'll see some SageTV features in Google TV in the future.
Game publisher Sega has admitted over the weekend that nearly 1.3 million customers' information were obtained following the hacking of the Sega Pass website.
UBeam introduces an interesting wireless charging method that uses ultrasound energy emitted from a charging station and converted into viable enertgy via a transducer attached to a device.
Mozilla has posted the final builds of Firefox 5 a few days ahead of the browser's official launch.
Friday, 17 Jun 2011
Facebook might finally release an official, tablet-optimized Facebook for the iPad, a year after Apple launched the tablet.
All's not good in the land of RIM, as their latest earnings call reveals some sobering news.
Microsoft VP, Dan'l Lewin has told TechRadar in an interview that the tile layout in Windows 8 on tablet devices was conceived before the iPad was launched.
According to Lookout Mobile Security, a new Trojan has surfaced in alternative Android markets, and currently targets Chinese Android users using custom ROMs.
A recent Microsoft survey reveals an increasing trend of criminals using traditional telephone landlines and posing as computer security experts in their scams.
A small book publisher from New York is suing Apple over its use of the "iBooks" term for its e-book store and e-reader app. John T. Colby, Jr., owner of several small independent publishing imprints, filed a federal lawsuit in the Eastern District of New York on Wednesday for trademark infringement.