- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 28 Jul 2011
Following up with the release of their extremely impressive revenue statistics, Microsoft's Mango update for its mobile platform seems to be on track and has been released to manufacturing.
Samsung Galaxy S IIs are flying off the shelves so fast that five million units were sold in the first 85 days.
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2011
A few months after Windows' official unveiling of its WP7 Mango update, we have news of IS12T, Japan's first Windows Phone 7 device and possibly, the world's first Mango handset.
With the new Mac Mini, it seems that Apple has decided to do away with the DVD drive, betting that the currently popular storage medium will be becoming obsolete in the future.
The rumours surrounding Apple producing a super-sized MacBook Airs -- or skinny MacBook Pros -- are getting louder and more substantial.
Microsoft just signed off on the release to manufacturer (RTM) build for Windows Phone 7 Mango, signaling the coming of the first major update for the Microsoft mobile operating system for the year.
Microsoft's OneNote app for the iPhone gets a major update to bring it into line with features offered in Windows Phone 7. And it's now available in five more countries.
HTC Chief Financial Officer Winston Yung seems ready to negotiate a deal with Apple over the recent patent lawsuits.
Microsoft will now support RAW format images with Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 on Windows 7 and Windows Vista. The RAW format is essentially an uncompressed image consisting of captured pixels with a one-to-one correspondence to the camera's image sensor.
Tuesday, 26 Jul 2011
Samsung's impressive sales performance in Q2 narrows the gap with Nokia, the current leader in the smartphone market share.