- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 15 Jun 2011
Garmin has announced that it will acquire rival Navigon. Navigon will become a Garmin subsidiary.
Nokia and Apple have reached a licensing agreement that ends the patent dispute between the two companies.
Google announces Instant Pages, a feature that delivers results for searches almost instantaneously.
Tuesday, 14 Jun 2011
GF enthusiasts who worry about the series' direction can breath a sigh of relief, as Panasonic's Director of DSC Business unit Ichiro Kitao has revealed to PhotoRadar that Panasonic plans to eventually split the GF series into two separate lines.
According to app developer, Daniel Amitay, the most common iPhone passcode is '1234'. Do you use that too?
CNBC reports via unnamed sources that the social networking giant could launch its public stock offering in the first quarter of 2012, and at a valuation in excess of US$100 billion.
According to a report from OPSWAT, the free Microsoft Security Essentials is the most used antivirus worldwide, in the second quarter of 2011.
Monday, 13 Jun 2011
For strong passwords, make them long, and include a good mix of different characters: letters, numbers and symbols.
The new MAC OS X Lion comes with a bonus "Restart to Safari" mode which boots up your notebook into a leaner, quicker version that only allows you to access the internet for content.
AMD executives at E3 have apparently revealed that the top 8-core processor in its upcoming FX series will cost around US$320, pricing it directly against Intel's Core i7-2600K.