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Thursday, 29 Sep 2011
To promote the upcoming Star Wars Blu-ray release, Tokyo's subway trains got outfitted with elegant handrails for a more civilized age.
Amazon launched its own browser, Amazon Silk, that is designed to provide an optimized web surfing experience on the new Amazon Kindle Fire.
Wednesday, 28 Sep 2011
Amazon unveiled its 7-inch Kindle Fire tablet which retails at US$199. It also introduced the Kindle Touch and Touch 3G which cost US$99 and US$149 respectively.
A revamped Delicious.com introduces Stacks, a new way to group and share links. But not all users are happy with the redesign.
Skype releases a new version for the Iphone and Ipad which might turn out to be a double edged sword. While it does offer improvements over the previous version, there are extra costs as well in the form of advertisements.
The developers on the Mozilla Firefox project have been hard at work. Following the release of Firefox 6 last month, Mozilla have released Firefox 7.0 with claims for a smoother and richer web experience.
IBM, together with Intel, Globalfoundries Inc., Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and Samsung Electronics will jointly invest US$4.4 billion to create a hub that does next-generation computer chip technologies.
Social media listening company Mashwork reported its analysis of Twitter conversations that Microsoft Windows 8 received positive opinions from developers, tech enthusiasts and early adopters.
Despite rumors of the delay in the launch of the 32nm Cedar Trail Atom processors, Intel has added the D2500 and D2700 to their official price list.
With the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update around the corner, there's no lack of new devices announced alongside the Microsoft update. One such phone is the Samsung Omnia W.