- Reads from WWW
Monday, 28 Jun 2010
Google were compelled to hit that remote "kill switch" recently on two free applications. The two apps were intentionally misrepresented by a security researcher in order to encourage user downloads from the Android Market, although they weren't outrightly malicious according to a security specialist with Google's Android team.
Jonathan Ive, Apple's Senior Vice President of Design, isn't one to be in the spotlight (Google his name and try to find out more about him), but he's spoken briefly with popular design blog Core77 on the design of the iPhone 4.
Not something we'd usually think about as this one is a downer - like the environmental impact our lust with gadgets have, so too they have an impact, sometimes sight unseen, on human lives around the world.
Friday, 25 Jun 2010
Much to NVIDIA's displeasure, Intel has presented a paper stating that NVIDIA GPUs are not as quick as NVIDIA claims.
Thursday, 24 Jun 2010
Windows 7 sales hit 150 million licenses, becomes fastest selling Windows.
The new Apple iPhone 4 may be one pretty looking device, but new users are already reporting hardware issues with the phone.
Is running the App Store only breaking even for Apple?
Ever wondered what happened to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates after he stepped away from active duties at Microsoft?
Flickr redesigns its photos page to show bigger photos, more previews, darker backgrounds and more.
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.