- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
Nokia is said to be working on a true PureView device running on the Windows Phone OS.
Despite raking up record revenue and profits in Q1 2013, Apple's share prices continue to fall.
The efforts of a researcher have revealed a weakness in the security of the newly launched Mega service. With the help of the MegaCracker tool, you can extract the password for an account using the confirmation email sent over by Mega for the activation of your account.
A new report by Gartner shows that Samsung has surpassed Apple in 2012 to become the world’s leading buyer of semiconductor products.
Google has been adding offline capabilities to their web office suite, and the latest to get this much needed feature is Google Slides. Now users can create, edit and present Google Slides presentations without the need for an Internet connection.
Wednesday, 23 Jan 2013
Rumors of the Samsung Galaxy S IV are coming fast and furious and this time, we are offered a peek at what possibly might be an official press image of the device.
Intel is exiting the desktop motherboard business after the launch of its fourth-generation Intel Core processors. This is according to Intel spokesman, Mr. Dan Snyder. The company will focus on areas that include reference design development and its Next Unit of Computing devices.
Ever wondered how Google has become such a happy place to work for, so happy that Forbes named it the best company to work for four years running? The secret: Data and POPS.
Sitting between a mirrorless camera and an SLR lens, the Speed Booster claims to increase maximum aperture by a stop and increase optical performance. Sounds too good to be true?
Not only is Java notoriously insecure, it seems that Oracle is packing third-party apps to install alongside with Java and its updates. Ed Bott of Zdnet has unearthed that third-party software is always included with Java's automatic updater for Windows, specifically the Ask Toolbar and McAfee Security Scanner.