News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 25 Oct 2010
Adobe announces Air 2.5 for TVs, tablets and phones, and within the press release, there's a mention of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 slated for future updates on the Windows Phone platform.
HP has plans to market the Windows 7-based Slate 500 tablet as a "business tablet".
Amazon has decided to allow e-books on the Kindle to be lent to other users, something that has been available on the nook since its launch
AMD has just released their next generation graphics cards and with the high-end "Cayman" GPU set to be unveiled in the following months, word on the street is that NVIDIA has a new part to unleash too.
Thursday, 21 Oct 2010
Google has released version 7 of its Chrome Web browser for Mac, Windows and Linux.
Wednesday, 20 Oct 2010
Razer rides on the popularity of Blizzard's franchise with the introduction of a new line of Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty gaming peripherals. They include the Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse, Razer Marauder StarCraft II Gaming Keyboard and Razer Banshee StarCraft II Gaming Headset.
WD has announced that it is now shipping a 3.5-inch 3TB internal hard drive for US$239 and a 2.5TB version for US$189.
Steve Jobs showed no mercy when it blasted RIM's lower shipment figures and how the 7-inch tablets will be dead on arrival. In response, RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie responded to the statements.
Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010
Facebook has another crisis on its hands - the Wall Street Journal has just uncovered how certain popular apps such as Farmville are leaking user names to advertisers and internet tracking companies.
Despite announcing revenues and profits that were above expectations, Apple's share price fell 7% in after-hours trading