Tuesday, 4 Oct 2011
Adobe today announced Adobe Touch Apps, a family of six, intuitive touch screen applications, designed for Android tablets and Apple iPad that enable anyone to explore ideas and present their creativity anytime, anywhere.
There's never a more worrying situation for Yahoo as a company, when the man behind a company they bought is thinking about buying them. All eyes are now on Jack Ma to make his move.
Adobe Creative Cloud will become the focal point for creativity, where millions can access desktop and tablet applications, essential creative services, and share their best work.
HP has been in the news lately and most of it isn't for the right reasons. Its webOS tablet was canned and its longtime staple business's future, PCs, is also in question. And HP is once again in the news with the acquisition of British software firm, Autonomy.
Microsoft plans to breathe some life back to Hotmail with the release of the native Hotmail app for Android and iOS 5.
Toshiba unveils the Regza Blu-ray DBR-M190 home media server with a massive 5TB hard drive in Japan.
Monday, 3 Oct 2011
In anticipation of the upcoming Battlefield 3 beta, NVIDIA has just released a new 285.38 beta driver.
HP today introduced the updated HP Pavilion dm1, a consumer notebook PC featuring Beats Audio and HP Premier Experience - an exclusive set of innovations designed to improve on the Microsoft Windows experience.
Samsung has announced the launch of Exynos 4212; it's the successor to the Exynos 4210 which is used to power the Galaxy S II smartphones.
The notebook has a simple, modern and elegant design from award-winning designer David Lewis, and its audio capabilities were developed in collaboration with Bang & Olufsen ICEpower.