Intel launched the Intel AppUp store just a couple of days back with about 1000 application titles, joining Apple, Android and Blackberry in the ever growing app market. You might say it's just another one of those app stores, but it's probably not what Intel intended it to be.
With so many digital devices adopted by users today, it's not difficult to see that the need for storage is also growing proportionately to the number of devices sold. The real question is, at what rate is data growing and would we be able to store every single piece of information that we've created?
Everyday, I'm bombarded with all sorts of requests in Facebook - from helping friends fertilize their crops in Farmville to joining other users in a cause to save mother Earth. These are all fine and good. But when an organization begins to misuse social media and mislead users into deceptive marketing tactics, I get upset.
When it comes to breaking overclocking records, liquid helium is on top of every overclocker's secret weapon list. But little do they know, they are doing mankind more harm than good. And it's a shame that organizations are sponsoring such activities today.