- Reads from WWW
Monday, 4 Jul 2011
In a post on Hulu's official blog, the company admitted that they've discovered an issue that caused some Hulu users to gain temporary access to other members' accounts.
Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, has surprised many by appearing on Google's latest product, Google Plus.
When Twitter changed its usage terms over a year ago, support for the service in Windows Live was pulled. But there's now evidence that it's about to return.
The new Tab from Samsung instantly gets a software update which will be bringing a host of new features and changes. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 will now offer TouchWiz, Swype and other Samsung services as well.
Online game developer, Zygna of FarmVille and Mafia Wars fame, is planning to list publicly in an IPO that's expected to raise at least US$1 billion.
Friday, 1 Jul 2011
'Cloverview', one of Intel's first Atom chips to be built on a 32nm manufacturing process might just arrive in time for Windows 8.
With the company's new Llano APU scheduled to show up in July and September, AMD is set to phase out some older-generation CPUs in the second half of 2011.
Thursday, 30 Jun 2011
While Google is touting its Chrome OS to be safer than your usual PCs, a researcher with WhiteHat Security found and reported an exploit found in a Chrome OS note-taking application.
Bloomberg reports that HP's CEO Leo Apotheker has said that the company is currently in talks with a number of companies interested in licensing its WebOS mobile software.
Wednesday, 29 Jun 2011
With the announcement of Google's next Android update, Ice Cream Sandwich, at Google I/O, it's no surprise that the company will debut the OS on its own Google phone, much like the Nexus One and Nexus S.