- Reads from WWW
Monday, 11 Apr 2011
Twitter's war against spam started as a one-woman battle, and has now evolved to a 30-person team, one of the few inside Twitter which runs 24-hours.
Facebook has launched the Open Compute Project; and in the process, released details of its energy efficient data center design.
Sony looks set to join the tablet revolution, that is, if CEO Howard Stringer's announcement of Sony's plan to deliver a Honeycomb-based tablet is realized before the end of the year.
We have may invented the barcode scanner, but nature was already way ahead in this game with zebras.
Ever wondered how to properly clean your camera lens without damaging it? Well, wonder no more, as Steve Heiner, senior technical manager at Nikon, tells you how.
According to rumors, Apple is launching a new version of Final Cut Pro during NAB this week.
Friday, 8 Apr 2011
To keep up with the competition, Samsung is supposedly bumping the clock speed of up its Galaxy S II's dual-core processor to 1.2GHz instead of the earlier announced 1GHz.
Thursday, 7 Apr 2011
Unlike its earlier Dell Streak tablets, the upcoming 10-inch variant will be launched with the tablet optimized Android Honeycomb OS.
Wednesday, 6 Apr 2011
Nearly a month after the 8.9 magnitude quake in Japan, Sony might be realigning its launch dates for its next generation PlayStation Portable.
Toyota releases an iPhone theme that works only on a jailbroken iPhone, only to pull it after a call from Apple.