Friday, 6 May 2011
Mark Zuckerberg has plans to acquire Skype, if the reports are true, in a deal that might cost Facebook close to $4 billion.
Thursday, 5 May 2011
Nokia embarks on a twitter campaign that encourages everyone to recycle their old and unused mobile phones.
Researchers from Queen's University in Ontario Canada demonstrated how a flexible display uses bending motions to navigate menus and make calls.
It has been hailed by Intel as one of its most significant technology announcement of the year. The chip giant has just revealed a breakthrough 3D transistor design that puts it in a good position in the SoC arena.
Wednesday, 4 May 2011
RAIDON announces the internal 2.5-inch iR2420-2S-S2 and iS2420-2S-S2 storage devices.
Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 will help organizations simplify their disaster recovery and data protection needs across physical, virtual and cloud environments by providing its established disk imaging technology.
NEC announces its M short throw digital projectors with the 3000-lumen M300XS and M300WS which deliver strong images to screens and whiteboards from less than 3.6 feet away.
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer makes a surprise appearance at the BlackBerry World event, announcing Bing as the preferred search and mapping solution for future BlackBerry devices.
With the arrival of BlackBerry World in Florida, RIM has launched a variety of new devices and services.
The latest numbers from Jon Peddie Research shows that NVIDIA's shipping volumes are down a whopping 28 percent from a year ago.