News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 23 Mar 2010
EA is hoping to boost their revenue with the introduction of paid gaming demos.
A mafia boss in Italy has been caught while in hiding due to his constant use of Facebook.
Throwing everything onto the cloud seems to be the order of the day, and Dropbox, an online file hosting service, will be heading to the Google Android platform.
Google has officially stopped censoring search results in China, but in a somewhat roundabout way, by redirecting traffic to Google.com.hk.
Apple has finally made it possible for people to give iPhone apps as gifts.
Monday, 22 Mar 2010
Viacom reveals emails from YouTube on their plan to gain more views and users through copyrighted content.
Friday, 19 Mar 2010
Microsoft removes virtualization layer's hardware requirements for XP Mode available in Windows 7.
Apple is still trying to secure media content for the iPad with just weeks to go before the tablet computer's release.
Palm's sales figures for the last quarter was miserable compared to that of its competitors.
Thursday, 18 Mar 2010
Going beyond the web, Google is now aiming for the broadcast market, with the help of Intel, Sony and Logitech for a rumored upcoming Google TV service.