News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 25 Mar 2011
RIM has officially announced that the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook's Java engine will support both BlackBerry Java and Google Android apps.
Google says it will delay the distribution of its newest Android source code, dubbed Honeycomb, at least for the foreseeable future.
After winning Jeopardy, Watson is going to be applying his abilities to heal the wounded and treat the sick with the help of the Columbia Department of Biomedical Informatics.
Thursday, 24 Mar 2011
A Plugless Power EV charging station is being setup at the Mountain View HQ of Google, marking their first real steps in trialing technology that might eventually lead to a wider adoption of Electronic Vehicles.
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2011
A federal judge Tuesday rejected Google's proposed legal settlement with book publishers, an accord that would have paved a path toward digitizing the world's books.
Apple is suing Amazon for trademark infringement based on the latter's use of the term "App Store" and is seeking an undisclosed amount in damages.
China has superseded North America in terms of global LCD TV sales according to Displaybank, a Korean market research and consulting firm.
Sony Ericsson isn't shy about putting the PlayStation-certified Xperia Play in the limelight. While some of its ads might pass off as creepy and disturbing, it does get the point across. And in another series of the Xperia Play ads, the humor level just went up, showing how one can go nuts over the gaming-centric Android phone.
Tuesday, 22 Mar 2011
In a surprising move, Samsung reveals a revamped Galaxy Tab 10.1, with their own TouchWiz UX user interface enhancements on top of Google's tablet-optimized Gingerbread OS and a much thinner profile measuring at 8.6mm.
Earlier, we linked about how Japan's earthquake has affected the camera industry, and now we've found more comprehensive news about how badly hit each individual company has been.