News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 13 Jul 2010
Securing your data should always be the top priority, especially so if you have confidential data within your BlackBerry devices. BlackBerry introduces its data security app, BlackBerry Protect, which is still in closed beta stages.
It's official. Apple's iPhone 4 and its reception issues get tested by none other than Consumer Reports and as widely reported, they face the same antenna problems as others.
In a recent study, a large percentage of IT professionals admitted to using their administrative powers to access information not relevant to their role.
Monday, 12 Jul 2010
Developing apps for Android will be as simple as "connecting a series of blocks" with Google's latest tool, the App Inventor.
YouTube already has 1080p support for videos, but they just went four times the pixel count with 4K resolution . Anyone has a really big screen we can borrow?
Friday, 9 Jul 2010
TomTom outdid themselves once more, this time with Yoda's voice navigation now available in TomTom GPS devices. Here's a look at how the Jedi Master did his voice recording in the studio.
There are definite benefits to being anonymous on the internet. The chance to speak out against oppressive regimes. Being able to speak your mind without fear of discrimination. Not having everyone know you're secretly a dark elf of the opposite sex in your spare hours.
An Arstechnica article reveals a list of circumstantial evidence that may show that NVIDIA is deliberately crippling PhysX performance that's running on the CPU.
In another case of "because we can do it, so we shall", we see Ubuntu being loaded onto a Google Nexus One and sharing space with the rooted device's original Android OS.
Amazon.com selling groceries? That thought might never occur to you, but it is now a reality for folks living in the UK. Yes, the online retail giant has taken to marketing vegetables, meat and biscuits as part of its British portfolio. Bon appetit.