- Reads from WWW
Friday, 16 Sep 2011
The popularity of portable devices seemed to have begun whittling away at Adobe Flash's dominance on the web and it seems Microsoft is throwing its weight in this direction.
Bang & Olufsen unveils a limited edition version of its BeoVision 10-46 HDTV with a new color for its speaker grille and trim.
Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop has mentioned that the first Windows Phone 7 device from the Finnish company will be made available in Q4 2011, with a gradual rollout in various countries over the next few months.
Case Mate apparently leaked out images of the upcoming iPhone 5 in different cases. They were replaced with a landing page that had new information on the device and a possible iPhone 4S model.
Thursday, 15 Sep 2011
We just obtained information from reliable sources that the next iPhone (rumored to be iPhone 5) is expected to be launched here in Singapore by end October.
With the number of friends one has on Facebook spiralling into the high hundreds for any standard user, Facebook adds some extra functionality to its Friend Lists helping you manage your connections better.
New MacBook Pros might be retailing before the end of the year according to Time's Techland.
Privacy seems to be the buzzword now; Google will give the owners of Wi-Fi routers worldwide the option of removing their devices from a registry Google uses to locate cellphone users.
The word's official: Playstation Vita will be released in Japan on the 17th of December alongside 26 applications and games.
If you think Apple and Intel are strange bedfellows, let Apple's Thunderbolt strike it out now! This I/O technology will leave Apple's ecosystem to make its debut on non-Mac devices by early 2012.