- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 30 Jun 2011
Bloomberg reports that HP's CEO Leo Apotheker has said that the company is currently in talks with a number of companies interested in licensing its WebOS mobile software.
Wednesday, 29 Jun 2011
With the announcement of Google's next Android update, Ice Cream Sandwich, at Google I/O, it's no surprise that the company will debut the OS on its own Google phone, much like the Nexus One and Nexus S.
Google is attempting yet again to master social networking with a new project known as Google+.
Google has released Swiffy, an online tool that converts Flash SWF files to HTML5.
Tuesday, 28 Jun 2011
Students these days own at least one gadget and it could cost a lot if they lose or damage it. Should they invest in an insurance policy?
While the Samsung Galaxy S II is selling like hot cakes, word on the web is that the Korean company might launch another device with a dual-core 1.4GHz processor to match the upcoming iPhone update.
Monday, 27 Jun 2011
Microsoft remembers that it too has a cloud service, and has decided to upgrade SkyDrive to bring it more in line with expectations of current day users.
Cyber-hackers have breached an Electronic Arts Inc. website and could have taken user information such as birth dates, phone numbers and mailing addresses.
ExEn is a tool to convert XNA games into code that would run on iOS and Silverlight. Support for Android will also come in the future.
After 50 days of hacking websites and releasing sensitive information that involved the likes of Sony, CIA, and the U.S. Senate, LulzSec is calling it quits.