- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010
Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, has released an essay calling for open standards to be maintained for the internet.
Monday, 22 Nov 2010
There was a minor delay, but Apple's iOS 4.2 is finally available for its iDevices.
A recent report has shown that Android devices are now neck to neck with Apple's iOS devices when it came to serving mobile ads.
Thursday, 18 Nov 2010
Google Voice is finally available on Apple's iTunes app store after facing some hiccups from Apple since its initial submission last September. Google Voice enables users to link multiple phone numbers to one Google Voice number, and also make affordable international calls as well as send free text messages.
It has taken longer than we would have liked, but finally, Google has released a mobile version of Google Docs that actually allows users to make changes.
Tuesday, 16 Nov 2010
It would seem that the "exciting announcement" from Apple about iTunes will be related to the Beatles.
Facebook is seeking to replace e-mail with what it calls a "modern messaging system" that combines all the ways people send messages - including e-mail, IM and SMS - into a single interface.
Monday, 15 Nov 2010
Meebo is launching the Meebo Minibar, new browser extension which enables users to check-in to websites they are browsing on the fly.
The animation business is growing in Singapore, with the New York Times pointing out recent highlights of the local animation industry.
To help kick start your week, here's an interesting article about what a woman's Facebook photos say about her.