News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Facebook vice president for public policy, Elliot Schrage answers the New York Times' readers' questions about privacy.
Mozilla is hoping to release the newest version of Firefox - Firefox 4 - by the end of this year.
First a phone, then a tablet. Google might not be a device manufacturer, but that isn't stopping them from putting their Android OS out there.
AMD has decided to freshen up its lower-end Athlon II lineup with a series of speed increases today
Tuesday, 11 May 2010
The Twitter bug has been solved, but it's still worth mentioning that for a brief period, you can force people, and by people, we mean famous celebrities, to follow your Twitter account.
According to Apple news sites, a possible update of the MacBook Air is coming our way.
Monday, 10 May 2010
The method based on a bait and switch tactic makes almost all antivirus protections useless.
According to AppleInsider, the next update of Mac OS X will tackle issues with OpenGL, iPhoto and DVD Player.
The next iteration of Microsoft's dominant office suite, Office 2010 ships in June, but what can one expects from the latest version? Here's an early preview.
Friday, 7 May 2010
Not surprisingly, Samsung has just unveiled their first mobile phone with 3D display, the Samsung W960, which is currently only available in South Korea.