Tuesday, 12 Mar 2013
Microsoft will be updating IE10 in Windows 8 and Windows RT to let it run Flash content by default. The change of mind comes after the company realizes that most sites with Flash content are ‘compatible with the Windows experience for touch, performance, and battery life.’
Giada has just announced the release of its Q11 Mini-PC, which runs off an ARM processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Monday, 11 Mar 2013
In order to meet the increasing security needs and performance requirements of today's connected businesses, Symantec has updated its portfolio of Web Security Solutions. The company has also announced the first available multi-algorithm SSL certificates with new ECC and DSA options.
Ars Technica has a chilling report on the men who spy on women through their webcams. Using a remote administration tool (RAT) which gives them access to a notebook's screen, webcam, files and microphone, hackers grab these women's images using the webcam and also steal their photos off their local drives.
At SXSW 2013, a music, film and interactive conference held in the US, Google unveiled a pair of talking shoes. Unfortunately these shoes are just built to make a point, and aren't actually for sale.
HTC has posted a short video showing off some of the processes that help mold and shape its newest flagship smartphone, the HTC One. Check it out if CNC is your thing.
Dubai-based tech company, Eurostar Group, has decided that women need a tablet designed specifically for them. As such, it has released the ePad Femme, an 8-inch Android tablet that comes pre-loaded with a light pink wallpaper and apps concerning yoga, grocery shopping, and cooking.
The board at Intel is actively considering an outsider for the role of CEO. They hope to have an replacement by May 16.
Canon has announced the addition of five new PIXMA home office printers: the flagship PIXMA MX927 wireless all-in-one (AIO), PIXMA MX727 advanced wireless AIO, PIXMA MX527 and PIXMA MX457 wireless AIOs, and the MX397 AIO.
In Donkey Kong, Mario must rescue Pauline, who is under Donkey Kong's control. But game developer and loving father Mike Mika has hacked the NES ROM of Donkey Kong to allow his daughter to play as Pauline instead of Mario after she asked if she could play as Pauline.