News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 14 Apr 2010
GPNC announces Android-based LED-backlit TV slated for 10 countries worldwide.
Nokia has announced three new handsets, designed to put better messaging and social networking tools in the hands of more people around the world.
With reports that Palm may be putting itself up for sale, there has been much speculation about prospective buyers. But what exactly would one be getting by acquiring Palm?
Short supply of light-guide plates may cause the prices of Edge-lit LED TVs to spike, according to industry sources.
A report by the U.S. government's internal piracy watchdog says that most piracy estimates are highly exaggerated.
Tuesday, 13 Apr 2010
Apple's MacBook Pro notebooks finally get a long awaited refresh to the latest Intel processors.
Sharp plans a Japanese launch this summer with a series of 3D HDTVs fitted with the new Quatron 3D LCD panels.
Microsoft today unveiled its "Project Pink" phones which are aimed at the growing social networking scene.
A pleasant surprise came for both Opera and users of its Opera Mini browser in the form of an approval for the free Opera Mini on iPhone app.
According to rumors, Google CEO Eric Schmidt has revealed that Google is preparing a rival to Apple's iPad.