News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 13 Oct 2010
The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, a book by J.W. Rinzler, is now available on Amazon. Wired.com has a review and a neat list of 10 things you probably didn't know about The Empire Strikes Back.
Intel's 3rd quarter revenues have reached a new record high of US$11 billion despite prior warnings that they would fall below expectations.
If rumors are true then AMD's latest Radeon graphics cards will launch any time this week. Ahead of the launch, however, benchmarks of AMD's latest have been leaked and they are interesting, to say the least.
Tuesday, 12 Oct 2010
On the advertising front, Microsoft has shown two commercials that brings a humorous spin to its Windows Phone 7 platform.
Monday, 11 Oct 2010
It seems Microsoft may have jumped the gun, announcing that Angry Birds would be on the Windows Phone 7 app platform even before the developers have committed to making a version for them.
Ubuntu 10.10 has been released, with updates to its Ubuntu One cloud service, an improved installer and a customized netbook desktop shell.
Google is giving us a glimpse into the future when it announced on its blog that it's in the process of testing a fully automated car that uses video cameras, radar sensors and a laser finder to navigate the roads.
Friday, 8 Oct 2010
Mozilla's Firefox Beta 1 is now available on Google Android and Maemo, adding more features and functions to your web browsing experience.
AMD's CEO Dirk Meyer has stepped out and categorically denied that the company is for sale.
Thursday, 7 Oct 2010
In a totally unexpected move, NVIDIA branded cards are now available at Best Buy outlets, signalling the company's intent to sell directly to consumers.