- Reads from WWW
Monday, 3 May 2010
ASUS' CEO has given some of his insights into the netbook versus tablet debate and the company's plans for its Eee Pad tablet.
Google has just acquired BumpTop, which produces a 3D desktop interface for Windows and Mac, for an undisclosed sum. With the said acquisition, the software is now no longer available for sale.
A leak on Eurocom's website suggests that NVIDIA's Fermi will be coming to notebooks soon in June.
Friday, 30 Apr 2010
Steve Jobs open letter on Adobe's Flash seems to have raised a lot of eyebrows, and has made plenty of valid points, but not everything mentioned is accurate, as pointed out by this Flash developer.
The latest version of Ubuntu, codenamed Lucid Lynx, has been released, bringing along new features and a visual redesign.
According to a recent study, the U.S. is accountable for over 13% of the world's spam.
Thursday, 29 Apr 2010
New night vision technology slim as a sliver of film and using much less power means you might see the technology becoming common place soon.
It's been a long wait, and for those of you eager to test out Fennec (Firefox) for Android, you can check out the pre-release version, bundled with some slight bugs.
Adobe's preview release of the Gala Flash player will allow hardware acceleration of H.264 video for certain Mac computers.
HP and Palm today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which HP will purchase Palm for US$1.2 billion.