- Reads from WWW
Monday, 17 Jan 2011
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.
After an uneventful year in 2010, it seems as though Research in Motion is making quite a number of announcements in 2011, and the next leak that followed is the BlackBerry Storm 3.
An LG executive has made some remarkably frank comments about Windows Phone 7, giving a clear indication that the company has not been blown away by the launch of the new platform.
Rather than banning the use of social media amongst its troops, the Pentagon have instead chosen to embrace it.
Friday, 14 Jan 2011
Looking to buy some Apple products? Today's the day as Apple Store (Singapore) is now having a one-day shopping event.
A German researcher has claimed that he managed to make use of Amazon's EC2 cloud services to crack the passwords of Wi-Fi networks using brute force.
While 2010 has been a slow year for RIM and its BlackBerry lineup, 2011 is starting off real nice with a few product leaks, such as the BlackBerry Dakota that comes with both a touch screen and a QWERTY keyboard.
Thursday, 13 Jan 2011
Apple has just released its iOS 4.3 beta to developers via the iOS Dev Center. The updates are impressive, ranging from a mobile hotspot support, to more gesture controls on the iPad.
Wednesday, 12 Jan 2011
It was surprising to read that AMD's CEO, Dirk Meyer was stepping down after the company has seemed to have navigated itself out of a bad patch, but reports are now circulating that the lack of penetration in mobile devices was a reason for his departure.
Android users should be familiar with how each Android version is named after a dessert in alphabetical order. After the tablet-centric Honeycomb, it seems like the likely name for the next version is slated to be Ice Cream Sandwich.