Thursday, 22 Sep 2011
Besides being known for kimchi and soppy TV drama serials, South Korea's newest claim to fame is being ranked number one in terms of global internet speed.
Amazon, in conjunction with different libraries in the US, has announced its Kindle Library Lending Service is now live. Users can now get ebooks for their Kindle on loan from the comfort of their own homes.
In the midst of an intensive layout overhaul, a Facebook employee accidentally reveals a feature of Facebook Music service via Twitter.
This is as official as it gets: Eric Hautala, General Manager, Customer Experience Engineering for Microsoft just posted a blog entry, signaling the impending Windows Phone 7 Mango update sometime within the next two weeks.
Adobe's Flash Player is about to receive a major overhaul with the release of Flash 11 early next month. It will feature Stage 3D and AIR 3, allowing delivery of 2D and 3D games to a plethora of connected devices.
Sanus adds a brand new line of Super Slim HDMI cables to the Sanus Elements offering of AV accessories. Each model features a wire gauge that is 45% thinner than traditional HDMI cables, allowing for easy bending in tight spaces.
Windows 8 dramatically changes the boot experience, removing all those gibberish text that doesn't mean anything to 99% of the population.
The guys at Mountain View have been really busy, and they aren't content with just making Google+ public but had to include more features too.
HTC has revealed plans to integrate Beats Audio into its future Windows Phones although no specific timeline is available at the moment.
Samsung's memory fabrication facility, Line-16 has begun operations. It also marks the beginning of the mass production of 20nm-class memory chips. Currently, Line-16 is touted to be the largest facility in the world.