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Thursday, 15 Sep 2011
Privacy seems to be the buzzword now; Google will give the owners of Wi-Fi routers worldwide the option of removing their devices from a registry Google uses to locate cellphone users.
The word's official: Playstation Vita will be released in Japan on the 17th of December alongside 26 applications and games.
If you think Apple and Intel are strange bedfellows, let Apple's Thunderbolt strike it out now! This I/O technology will leave Apple's ecosystem to make its debut on non-Mac devices by early 2012.
Google boosted its patent portfolio with the purchase of an additional 1,023 patents from IBM.
Intel and McAfee reveal McAfee DeepSAFE, a new and holistic approach to protect computing devices against intrusions from security breaches and malware.
Microsoft's Chief Executive, Steve Ballmer feels that there is plenty of growth left in Microsoft, when it prepares it's latest onslaught on key emerging markets with Windows 8.
Wednesday, 14 Sep 2011
Whatsapp, the popular cross-platform instant messaging service for smartphones, will most likely make its way onto Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 when the Mango update goes live.
Researchers from the University of Leeds have developed a polymer jelly that could make batteries of the future safer, cheaper, smaller and more powerful.
Xbox Live functionality will be making its way on to Windows 8 and Microsoft intends to reveal more about the move soon to app developers interested in getting a foot in the door early.
The hardworking folks at Mozilla give Android tablets a fresh take on web browsing. Hit the jump for more.