News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 5 May 2010
Intel demos a laptop with Light Peak, a high-speed optical cable technology that can transmit data at 10 Gbit/s.
Google has revealed plans to launch a digital e-book store front in the middle of the year.
The promise of having Adobe Flash is soon to be fulfilled, with the company showcasing a prototype that runs the said feature on a tablet loaded with Google Android.
Tuesday, 4 May 2010
Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 and its restrictions towards apps created by third party compilers is now facing a potential antitrust probe by either the US Department of Justice or the Federal Trade Commission.
Nokia's Ovi app wizard allows anyone to create an app for the Nokia Ovi Store.
According to Net Applications, the market share for all versions of Microsoft's IE have dropped below 60%.
According to Apple, the company has sold 1 million iPads in its first month.
Monday, 3 May 2010
ASUS' CEO has given some of his insights into the netbook versus tablet debate and the company's plans for its Eee Pad tablet.
Google has just acquired BumpTop, which produces a 3D desktop interface for Windows and Mac, for an undisclosed sum. With the said acquisition, the software is now no longer available for sale.
A leak on Eurocom's website suggests that NVIDIA's Fermi will be coming to notebooks soon in June.