News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 10 Feb 2011
Right after the brutally honest internal memo from Nokia's new CEO, another bomb has been dropped, namely the premature end of its first MeeGo device before launch.
Wednesday, 9 Feb 2011
Nokia's new CEO, Stephen Elop, sent out a long and brutally honest memo to the company, likening the Finnish outfit's current situation to standing on a burning platform.
According to recent data, smartphones have outsell PCs for the first time in history, showing that the future of computing is indeed, mobile.
Tuesday, 8 Feb 2011
Mozilla aims to release four major version of its Firefox browser in 2011 - this means by the end of the year, you may be using Firefox 7 instead of the current 3.6! Maybe they are picking up some tips from Google's Chrome release cycle...
Monday, 7 Feb 2011
HTC, being one of the usual suspects for major announcements during Mobile World Congress, had images of its HTC Saga leaked, showing a unibody design as seen on the previous HTC Legend and Mozart.
One of the most popular and well-known audio brand in the world, Klipsch, has been acquired by Audiovox for US$166 million.
Toshiba's latest range of 20-inch REGZA GL1 3D TVs, priced at a hefty US$2,940, sold a mere 500 units since its launch a month ago, while its 12-inch sibling sold even fewer numbers. Toshiba expected sales figures to hit 1,000 for each model during its first month of sales.
Wednesday, 2 Feb 2011
Microsoft and Google are engaging in an open war of words today after Google accused Microsoft's Bing search engine of copying Google's search results.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7's data leak has earlier been attributed to a third-party service, and just two days ago, the company has come out and admitted that the issue lies with Yahoo! Mail.
Microsoft and Yahoo have finally acknowledged that Yahoo is, as has long been suspected, culpable for Windows Phone 7's excessive data usage.