News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 11 Jun 2010
If you've installed the latest Windows update this past week, you might have found yourself with an extra mystery extension in your Firefox browser.
Devices powered by a 1GHz processor have become a common sight, and with that, Motorola is planning to up the ante by releasing a phone that'll be running on a 2GHz processor.
With a 3D BRAVIA and updated PS3 console in hand, Sony follows up on their 3D campaign with four 3D game titles - Wipeout HD, Super Stardust HD, Pain, and a demo of MotorStorm Pacific Rift. The new stereoscopic games are available for download from Sony's Playstation Network.
Thursday, 10 Jun 2010
The Daily Beast interviews John Sculley, the man who infamously fired Steve Jobs from Apple back in 1985.
The developer for Ubuntu, Canonical, has revealed that it is working on a tablet version of its Linux-based OS.
Wednesday, 9 Jun 2010
One of the new iPhone 4's biggest features is its Retina display, which promises a sharper, clearer display due to a much higher pixel-count. But a screen is only as good as the content you put on it, and Khoi Vinh, Design Director for NYTimes.com calls Apple out for having bad typography on the iPhone OS.
It's been a year since Google Wave launched to great fanfare at Google I/O 2009. At its introduction, Google Wave looked set to be The Next Big Thing, being Email 2.0 Turbo-Charged. So how has Wave been, how is it now and where is it going?
Adobe Lightroom 3 was released a scant couple of days ago on July 7th, and already reviews about Adobe's latest abound. So what's new? Lens correction, faster performance, support for video are all in there, but the biggest news seems to be Lightroom's new noise reduction feature, which promises to clean-up the grainiest high ISO photo.
According to an anonymous source, MSI is planning to ditch the BIOS and adopt UEFI by the end of this year, starting with its Sandy Bridge motherboards.
Tuesday, 8 Jun 2010
Australia wants the police to investigate a privacy breach with Google as the apologetic perpetrator. The Australian authorities claim that Google has been mining details of WiFi activity from domestic networks since the deployment of its Streetcar mapping vehicles.