News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 2 Feb 2011
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7's data leak has earlier been attributed to a third-party service, and just two days ago, the company has come out and admitted that the issue lies with Yahoo! Mail.
Microsoft and Yahoo have finally acknowledged that Yahoo is, as has long been suspected, culpable for Windows Phone 7's excessive data usage.
Tuesday, 1 Feb 2011
Motorola has been pretty aggressive with its ads, and a teaser spot for its Superbowl ad takes a swipe at Apple and how it has kept to just one single authority over the years.
AMD is not the only one preparing a dual-GPU card solution it seems, as sources indicate that NVIDIA will be unleashing their own dual-GPU card too next month.
Living up to its motto, Google has announced that a new service for Egyptians that is able to accept voicemails and tweet them directly to #egypt.
Friday, 28 Jan 2011
Amazon has announced their fourth quarter earnings, and the not so surprising news is that ebooks are outselling physical copies.
During the World Economic Forum held in Davos, BBC reporter Tim Weber was informed by Michael Dell himself that there'll be more Windows Phone 7 devices and even an Android 3.0 tablet from the company in the months to come.
Microsoft's second quarter results have been announced and it looks like its Entertainment & Devices Division aka the Xbox division has delivered, with revenues up by 55%.
Thursday, 27 Jan 2011
Desktop notifications is now available for Gmail, if you're using Google Chrome to retrieve your emails and engage in internet messaging.
Google begins censoring the words relating to a P2P technology, BitTorrent on its Google Suggestions and Instant services.