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Friday, 6 Aug 2010

Last.fm's Robot obeys Asimov's Laws

Last.fm's Robot obeys Asimov's Laws

Every sci-fi lover worth his salt knows Issac Asimov's famous three laws of robotics. But for some reason, these three laws ended up on Last.fm's web server's robots.txt file.

About Those New Apple iThings

About Those New Apple iThings

Why those latest iDevice rumors just don't add up.

Google Nexus One Still Available as Developer Phone

Google Nexus One Still Available as Developer Phone

Google's Nexus One has been pulled off the online store, but it will be replacing the earlier G1 as the official developer phone for Android developers.

Thursday, 5 Aug 2010

Intel Settles with FTC Over Antitrust Allegations

Intel Settles with FTC Over Antitrust Allegations

Intel Corp has agreed to stop using threats and unfair discounts to block its rivals, resolving a costly, high-profile legal battle over accusations it illegally smothered competition for over a decade.

Google Kills Google Wave

Google Kills Google Wave

Google kills Google Wave after a year due to low user adoption rate.

New iPods, Smaller iPad and New iPhone Coming This Way?

New iPods, Smaller iPad and New iPhone Coming This Way?

Word on the street is that Apple has a slew of new products waiting.

Wednesday, 4 Aug 2010

RIM Launches New Smartphone with Touch Based OS

RIM Launches New Smartphone with Touch Based OS

Research In Motion introduces the new BlackBerry Torch and version 6.0 of the company's operating system.

Tuesday, 3 Aug 2010

New Reports Confirm Android's Growing Momentum

New Reports Confirm Android's Growing Momentum

New reports from Nielsen and Canalys have charted the tremendous growth of Google's Android this year.

Monday, 2 Aug 2010

Hacker Conference DEF CON Gets Cool Display Badges

Hacker Conference DEF CON Gets Cool Display Badges

DEF CON attendees will get a really nifty badge for attending that has a persistent display and is also programmable.

BlackBerry Services Might be Blocked in UAE

BlackBerry Services Might be Blocked in UAE

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.

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