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Friday, 8 Jul 2011
Google and Yahoo has met up with bankers for Hulu. Under a new owner, Hulu will also stand to gain capital to acquire more films and TV shows, upsetting competitors like NetFlix.
According to a Nielsen study, the average iPhone owner spends twice the amount of time playing mobile games compared to other mobile platforms.
The new Microsoft home page design has now been ported to the Microsoft Download Center website.
More small and medium enterprises are adopting Google Apps to reduce costs as well as to bridge productivity gaps using the cloud.
A supposed Googler made a comment in Android Open Source Project Issue 16992 which hinted of a possible Android 3.2 update to the Motorola Xoom.
Thursday, 7 Jul 2011
Canon might just launch a mirrorless camera model, with consumers seeking to upgrade from their compact cameras while still wanting portability.
Google+, as most tech geeks know, started out as a limited-invites-only social experiment. The invite option was opened for a short while to people already with an account, but was temporarily suspended due to the insane demand. Has Google decided to allow invites again, in lieu of Facebook's recent Skype-related revelation?
Smartphone maker HTC is buying S3 Graphics from VIA Technologies for a reported sum of US$300 million.
It's official: Facebook will be introducing video chat functionality to its social network through Skype. Some sees this as a rebuttal against the recently launched Google+'s integrated video chat feature.
Amazon has announced that for the price of US$20 a year, customers can store unlimited amount of MP3 and AAC music files to its cloud server, Cloud Drive.