News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 2 Aug 2010
DEF CON attendees will get a really nifty badge for attending that has a persistent display and is also programmable.
The United Arabs Emirates' telcos have announced that it will be blocking all BlackBerry services, citing security reasons and the non-compliance of UAE telecommunications regulations.
Friday, 30 Jul 2010
It should come as no surprise for anyone who's following the graphics market, but AMD/ATI shipped more graphics processors than rival NVIDIA last quarter.
Thursday, 29 Jul 2010
Looking for Answers? Ask Facebook. The website is rolling out a beta of Facebook Questions, a feature that lets you ask questions and get answers from fellow Facebook users.
A security researcher released more than 100 million Facebook users' names, addresses and unique IDs for download on Wednesday.
Amazon has introduced a new version of its Kindle that comes with Wi-Fi only.
As far as rumors go, Research in Motion, the maker of BlackBerry mobile devices, have made a stronger confirmation of its upcoming tablet with the purchase of the BlackPad.com domain.
Wednesday, 28 Jul 2010
Data transmission could get into the gigabit/sec realm soon after Intel announced that it has developed a photonics based technology that can transfer data at such high speeds using light.
Tuesday, 27 Jul 2010
The Library of Congress added five new exemptions to its Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), a copyright law that criminalizes attempts to bypass digital copyrights, one of which basically legalizes jailbreaking.
Even with Microsoft's strict ruling on a uniform user interface for its Windows Phone 7 platform, HTC has announced that it will still be bringing its HTC Sense UI onto the new mobile platform.