News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 21 Jan 2011
Google's co-founder, Larry Page will be taking over from Eric Schimdt as the CEO of the search giant.
Thursday, 20 Jan 2011
It's always amazing to see how designers come up with all sorts of funky ideas for concept phones, such as this Android phone that proposes to use a tri-screen flexible AMOLED touch screen display.
P2P live streaming isn't a new technology, but BitTorrent creator Bram Cohen has come up with a new implementation that's supposedly more efficient and has a lower latency.
As Apple closes in on its 10 billion total apps download, Apple reveals its all-time top apps, both paid and free, and for the iPhone and iPad.
Wednesday, 19 Jan 2011
Speaking at Apple's Q1 financial results announcement, Apple's COO Tim Cook replies to questions on Apple's potential competition, referring to current available Android tablets as a scaled-up smartphone and a bizarre product category.
HP is widely expected to announce its WebOS based tablets on the 9th of Feb, but Engadget has managed to snag some exclusive images of two planned tablet models.
Tuesday, 18 Jan 2011
Nokia is discontinuing its Comes With Music packages for certain countries. This means no more unlimited music downloads unless you live in a country that still has the offer.
Monday, 17 Jan 2011
Steve Jobs is taking another medical leave of absence from Apple, leaving Tim Cook to handle the company's day-to-day operations.
Engadget claims to have some legit information about the iPad 2 and iPhone 5 due sometime this year.
Stuxnet is a computer virus that seems to have been built to specifically target and destroy Iran's nuclear facilities. No one knows for sure who built it, but the New York Times has a pretty good story on who could have made the sophisticated program and how.