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Friday, 23 Apr 2010

Discover, Create & Share Microsoft Office Documents With Facebook Friends

Discover, Create & Share Microsoft Office Documents With Facebook Friends

Microsoft and Facebook launches "Docs", a cloud platform which allows you to create Microsoft Office documents to share with your Facbook contacts.

Lian Li Launches PC-Q08 Mini Tower Chassis

Lian Li Launches PC-Q08 Mini Tower Chassis

With increased case depth and removable lower HDD cage, the Lian-Li PC-Q08 offers more room to fit full size graphics cards.

Apple Hits Back at Adobe

Apple Hits Back at Adobe

Apple and Adobe are at it again. This time, Apple strikes back saying that it is in fact Flash that is closed and proprietary.

Windows 7 Drives Microsoft's Revenues up

Windows 7 Drives Microsoft's Revenues up

Microsoft, the world’s largest software maker reported record results for its third quarter, with sales rising 6 percent to $14.50 billion.

Thursday, 22 Apr 2010

Garmin-Asus Introduces First Android Device with Telecommunications T-Mobile USA

Garmin-Asus Introduces First Android Device with Telecommunications T-Mobile USA

The Garmin-Asus A50 is poised to provide users with the best location based service (LBS) experience possible.

New MacBook Pros With Auto Graphics Switching Not Switching Properly?

New MacBook Pros With Auto Graphics Switching Not Switching Properly?

It seems like Apple's new MacBook Pros with its automatic switching for discrete graphics may be a little buggy or not switching correctly.

MotionDSP Announces vReveal 2.0 with High-Definition Video Enhancement

MotionDSP Announces vReveal 2.0 with High-Definition Video Enhancement

MotionDSP's vReveal and vReveal Premium make it fast and easy for even inexperienced users to stabilize, brighten, and sharpen HD videos with just one click.

Intel's Core i7-970 Coming Soon?

Intel's Core i7-970 Coming Soon?

There are reports circulating that Intel has a more affordable 6-core variant ready to ship in the next couple of weeks.

Adobe Throws in the Towel, Gives Up Flash for Apple Devices

Adobe Throws in the Towel, Gives Up Flash for Apple Devices

Adobe has decided that enough is enough, and has given up investing on software that enables Flash developer to port software onto Apple's popular iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices.

Dell's Android and Windows Phone Leaked

Dell's Android and Windows Phone Leaked

Dell goes all out in the mobile market with devices slated for both Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 and Google's Android Froyo platforms.

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