News: Reads from WWW
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
Monday, 18 Oct 2010
Angry Birds is finally available on Google Android, and if that isn't enough, here's some better news - it's free on the Google Android Market.
According to AMD, over 25 million DirectX 11 GPUs have been shipped since it September last year.
Friday, 15 Oct 2010
Microsoft Bing's search results will now include data pulled from Facebook. No release date has been given for the product outside the US.
Google has announced excellent third quarter results with a 32% increase in profit. Share prices were boosted by 9% after the announcement.
Thursday, 14 Oct 2010
Microsoft will release a tool for syncing Windows Phone 7 with Macs, according to a company statement. That could allow Microsoft to make a play for Apple fans.
Wednesday, 13 Oct 2010
The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, a book by J.W. Rinzler, is now available on Amazon. Wired.com has a review and a neat list of 10 things you probably didn't know about The Empire Strikes Back.
Intel's 3rd quarter revenues have reached a new record high of US$11 billion despite prior warnings that they would fall below expectations.
If rumors are true then AMD's latest Radeon graphics cards will launch any time this week. Ahead of the launch, however, benchmarks of AMD's latest have been leaked and they are interesting, to say the least.