News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 18 Mar 2010
Canon announced that it intends to be the first company to say goodbye to .com and buy its own top-level domain.
Gizmodo wrote an interesting post in response to Microsoft's decision to omit multi-tasking and cut and paste functionalities from Windows Phone 7.
Wednesday, 17 Mar 2010
That's right, the Samsung device sporting Windows Phone 7 at Microsoft's MIX developer conference turned out to be a retooled Samsung Omnia HD, for a one-off demonstration.
Microsoft today released the Windows Internet Explorer Platform Preview to the public. The release is meant to demonstrate the capabilities of Internet Explorer 9 to Web developers while at the same time providing feedback to the IE9 team.
Microsoft's latest OS for smartphones, Windows Phone 7, will not have cut and paste.
Tuesday, 16 Mar 2010
ATI plans to dive into the stereoscopic 3D market with an open initiative involving partners like vendors that manufacture 3D glasses and displays.
Monday, 15 Mar 2010
While this mobile phone is only aimed at the US market, and some may think it's pretty ugly, we believe Casio's latest ruggedized endeavor deserves more than just a glance over.
Google, the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s largest search engine, is now "99.9 percent" certain to shut its Chinese search engine.
Microsoft employees have taken to keeping their iPhones out of sight while working at Redmond.
Thursday, 11 Mar 2010
According to a recent survey of the US working population, 12% admitted to knowingly violate company IT policies in order to get work done.