- Reads from WWW
Monday, 1 Aug 2011
Google introduced a cleaner and more intuitive Search interface just a few weeks ago, and it will be rolling out on iPad and Android 3.1 tablets in the coming days.
Chinese news outlet, Xinhuanet.com, reported that that Terry Gou, founder and chairman of Foxconn said that the company will replace workers with 1 million robots in three years.
Finding an apt new use for crowd sourcing and turning the phrase "by the people, for the people" into actuality, Iceland has accepted a rewritten draft of their constitution that has been drafted with the help of the online community.
HTC has announced plans to release six to eight new devices in the remaining months of 2011. These devices will be a combination of phones and tablets.
Friday, 29 Jul 2011
Twitter has just announced the inclusion of a new boolean field in API responses and streams containing tweets: "possibly_sensitive".
The battle between the hackers and the authorities continues to unfold with the UK Metropolitan Police claiming the arrest of an important Anonymous member. How true this claim is remains to be seen.
Microsoft will be updating its Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac, giving it full compatibility with Apple's latest Mac OS X Lion. This includes auto-save, fullscreen mode and many more.
The amount of cash you can spend is an indication of how powerful a nation you are. Except Apple isn't a nation, and it's now got more spending money than the US Government.
Gmail is an integral part of some people's lives and Google has just made their lives easier with some updates to the Gmail app for Android.
Research in Motion unveils the new BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) 6 that comes with app integration.