News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 4 Apr 2011
HTC reaffirms an Android 3.0 update to its HTC Flyer tablet as it awaits the source code from Google.
On April Fools, Google created a new service called Gmail Motion as a prank, but researches have actually made it a real thing.
Leaked early builds of Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 8, show that the company is experimenting with a ribbon interface ala Microsoft Office.
Friday, 1 Apr 2011
While HTC hasn't officially announced any dual-core smartphones just yet, the leaked HTC Pyramid might change all that with its dual-core 1.2GHz processor.
Thursday, 31 Mar 2011
Here's another reason to stick with Google Android - Dungeon Defenders: First Wave is now a free game on the Android Market.
In an incredible gesture of generosity, Softbank founder and CEO Masayoshi Son has announced that they will give earthquake orphans free mobile phones, and waive all call costs until they reach the age of 18. He's also promised to replace damaged and lost iPhones due to the earthquake - for free.
Google borrows the "like" feature from popular social networking site Facebook and introduces its own "+1" option which lets users indicate news and search results they find pertinent.
The research firm of IDC has predicted that Windows Phone 7 could beat the iPhone by 2015.
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2011
Fujifilm has announced that they have resumed production of their FinePix X100 large-sensor camera.
Amazon gets a head start on its rivals by launching its cloud based music player, offering 5 Gb of free storage to users, in the United States. The Cloud Player is currently only accessible to browsers and devices running Android.