News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 9 Nov 2010
A day after specifications of the upcoming Radeon HD 6900 series were leaked, word on the street is that AMD is delaying the launch of their new Cayman parts due to yield issues.
Nokia has moved to take back control of the Symbian operating system, a dramatic reversal from its earlier efforts to open source it.
Trendnet announces the availability of the 200Mbps Powerline AV Adapter with Bonus Outlet, model TPL-304E, and the 200Mbps Powerline AV Adapter with Bonus Outlet Kit.
Monday, 8 Nov 2010
Who here has used Facebook's Gmail contacts search to look for friends? Well, as of last week, you can't do that any longer. Google has blocked Facebook from being able to access Gmail's contact list.
Puzzled at how the Microsoft Kinect works with an additional Infrared projector? Then it's time to put on those nightvision goggles!
A group of Netscape alumni has founded and created a new startup that will be releasing a new web browser that has been designed with social networking in mind.
According to leaked specifications, AMD's upcoming Cayman part will have 1536 stream processors.
Thursday, 4 Nov 2010
Ever wondered how Microsoft Xbox Kinect's motion detection works? Wonder no longer, as Wired.com has your answers.
Facebook has just announced a slew of new features, from offering local deals for mobile users to launching a new Facebook app for Android.
Wednesday, 3 Nov 2010
Earlier on, a senior official from LG tweeted about the imminent launch of the LG Optimus Pad during early 2011, reporting it to come with NVIDIA Tegra 2 and Honeycomb, only to have the comment pulled off the web.