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Monday, 10 Oct 2011
A new study from researchers at Duke and Rice University finds out that DRM is actually not effective at preventing piracy and may cause more harm than good.
Do television sets emit harmful gamma rays? Read on to find out.
Friday, 7 Oct 2011
Google and Samsung made a joint announcement stating that they will postpone the new product launch at CTIA Fall next Tuesday.
Just a day after the alleged specs for Samsung Galaxy Nexus (or Nexus Prime) were leaked, a photo and live video walkthrough of the Ice Cream Sandwich OS on the phone have surfaced.
The HTC Sensation XL, loaded with Beats Audio and bundled with urBeats headset, will be available in Singapore at S$908.
A batch of HP TouchPads that were shipped out had Google Android 2.2 loaded within. HP has claimed no knowledge of the Android build being loaded within the webOS tablets.
A placeholder page for October 11th event on the Android Developer YouTube channel confirms that the Ice Cream Sandwich OS will make an appearance during the Samsung Unpacked event.
Wikipedia in Italy stands up to a proposed new law which would severely infringe on the freedom of speech for internet users. The proposed new ruling also undermines the very foundations on which the free encyclopedia was built.
Yahoo Inc is up for grabs and guess who is interested? According to Reuters, it is none other than Microsoft and it may get lucky the second time around.
According to BGR's trusted source, the full specification list of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (otherwise known as Samsung Nexus Prime) is revealed, such as a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.