News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 24 Jun 2010
In a ruling that will reassure online content providers and web hosts alike, a U.S court has ruled that Viacom has no case in its billion dollar copyright infringement suit against Google's YouTube.
Wednesday, 23 Jun 2010
Updating your iPhone to iOS4? You might want to read this first.
Adobe has released Flash Player 10.1 to its mobile partners and the technology should be in the hands of Android phone users with the upcoming Android 2.2 Ã¢â‚¬ËœFroyoÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ update to the operating system.
It is widely believed that NVIDIA will introduce the new GF104 chip on their upcoming graphics card. The chip promises lower power consumption and operating temperatures.
Tuesday, 22 Jun 2010
Those who are looking for an ebook reader, now seems like a good time to buy, with both Amazon and Barnes & Noble slashing the prices of their ebook readers.
Monday, 21 Jun 2010
The beleaguered search giant is likely to face even greater backlash after a French investigation confirms that the data collected by Google's Street View cars includes passwords and e-mail addresses.
Apple's A4 chip has been the subject of much discussion and debate, this article attempts to address some of the mysteries behind the chip.
Besides its plans to integrate Adobe Flash with its Chrome browser, Google now wants to add Adobe's PDF support to its browser.
Thursday, 17 Jun 2010
Boy Genius Report has written up a possible browser privacy issue with the HTC Incredible and Sense UI.
PC Show 2010 closed with an estimated 950,000 number of visitors and over $51.6 million in sales for exhibitors. This was a drop from last year's PC Show which numbered 1.16 million visitors and $52.1 million in sales.