News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 16 Jul 2010
The Android Market has reached some notable milestones recently. It now offers more than 100,000 applications, and has also surpassed more than one billion app downloads.
Thursday, 15 Jul 2010
RAIDON Technology launches J Series (J4 & J1)-USB3.0 models this July 2010, the smallest HDD/SSD storage enclosures with Super Speed USB3.0 interface.
In a surprise move, Apple will be hosting a press conference on Friday, 16th July. While the press conference is related to the iPhone 4, the exact agenda hasn't been revealed as of now.
Wednesday, 14 Jul 2010
Microsoft announces Windows Azure platform will run in Fujitsu's datacenters; Fujitsu to offer new cloud services based on Windows Azure.
Intel has just reported its best ever quarter in its 42-year history. Revenues hit 10.8 billion with 2.9 of that in profit.
Despite having sold millions of copies, it is alarming to hear that a vast majority of companies are still running Microsoft's nine-year old OS, Win XP.
Tuesday, 13 Jul 2010
How many products does a mega conglomerate like Panasonic sell? Not sure? Don't worry, you're not the only one.
Securing your data should always be the top priority, especially so if you have confidential data within your BlackBerry devices. BlackBerry introduces its data security app, BlackBerry Protect, which is still in closed beta stages.
It's official. Apple's iPhone 4 and its reception issues get tested by none other than Consumer Reports and as widely reported, they face the same antenna problems as others.
In a recent study, a large percentage of IT professionals admitted to using their administrative powers to access information not relevant to their role.