- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 6 Jul 2011
Fake Google+ invitations spread due to huge demand from users eager to get onboard Google's latest social networking site.
Word on the web has spread about Google rebranding its Picasa and Blogger as Google Photos and Blogger to in lieu of Google+'s appearance.
It looks like Facebook is now blocking a Google Chrome extension that lets you export your data contact out of Facebook to Google Contacts or CSV.
A Duke University grad has come up with a way to double battery life in Wi-Fi devices.
RIM appears to be the biggest loser as both Apple and Google's mobile platforms grew at RIM's expense.
Tuesday, 5 Jul 2011
AMD announced its plans for the tablet segment at Computex last month, but a recent, leaked roadmap shows where it's all going to.
Monday, 4 Jul 2011
The Finnish company is seemingly limiting the Nokia N9 availability to certain countries, with major markets such as the US, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy left out.
In a post on Hulu's official blog, the company admitted that they've discovered an issue that caused some Hulu users to gain temporary access to other members' accounts.
Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, has surprised many by appearing on Google's latest product, Google Plus.
When Twitter changed its usage terms over a year ago, support for the service in Windows Live was pulled. But there's now evidence that it's about to return.