News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 8 Sep 2010
The recently announced Samsung Orion, a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 1GHZ mobile processor, is an interesting development that will change the performance of mobile devices.
A Japanese jailed in Afghanistan trick his captors into letting him use Twitter, where he posted a Tweet which would eventually help him out of jail.
Google's CEO Eric Schmidt has announced that the company will launch its Google TV service in the U.S this fall, with plans to extend it to other countries next year.
Tuesday, 7 Sep 2010
Concepts are always fun, and here's one "showing the future of screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays."
First official Windows Phone 7 teaser shown, not much revealed.
Wired.com tries out the new HDR feature with the iPhone 4's iOS 4.1 upgrade.
After the Nokia N8, another Symbian^3 device is reported on the horizon. Built with a slider form factor, the Nokia E7 is said to be making an appearance at Nokia World 2010.
Monday, 6 Sep 2010
Steve Jobs has come out to defend the new iTunes 10 icon, disagreeing that it sucks.
Friday, 3 Sep 2010
Thursday, 2 Sep 2010
At its fall media event, Apple has announced new refreshes to its range of iPod media players and its one last thing: a smaller, revamped Apple TV