News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 14 Jul 2011
Is it possible for computers to understand the meaning of words rather than just viewing them as a sequence of ones and zeroes? At MIT researchers have been trying to find the answers to that question.
Amidst all the trumpeting by notebook manufacturers over their versions of the ultrabook, HP could very well beat all the others to the punch by releasing an ultrabook first.
Amazon plans to release a tablet computer by October, people familiar with the matter said, intensifying its rivalry with Apple's iPad.
LCD TV makers have reduced production output due to weakening consumer demands. However, sales prospects are expected to improve towards the end of the year due in part to the holiday season.
Wednesday, 13 Jul 2011
Rumors over Sony Ericsson's first dual-core smartphone, the Sony Ericsson Duo, have surfaced, such as a dual-core 1.4GHz processor coupled with a 1.5GB RAM and 4.5-inch qHD display.
Known as Facebook for Every Phone app, the world's most popular social networking site plans to extend its reach into almost all mobile phones.
It is confirmed that the Wi-Fi Motorola Xooms are getting Android 3.2 update and SD card support.
BBC has decided to reach out to a wider audience by teaming up with Facebook to make classic episodes of Doctor Who available for rental to all members of the social network site.
As the number of consumer devices increase, enterprise IT departments find themselves unable to keep up in terms of security and support.
EA will pay $650 million and an additional $100 million in stock for PopCap Games, which also creates the popular Bejeweled series of puzzle games.