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Monday, 1 Mar 2010

First Of Samsung's 3D TVs Goes On Sale In The US

First Of Samsung's 3D TVs Goes On Sale In The US

With Amazon.com as a launchpad, consumers over in the States can now commence pre-orders for the first of Samsung's 55-inch UN55C7000 3D TV.

Shortage of Chips Could Mean More Expensive Graphics Cards

Shortage of Chips Could Mean More Expensive Graphics Cards

Be prepared for more expensive graphics cards as the industry tries to cope with a severe shortage of chips.

Friday, 26 Feb 2010

Possble Windows Phone 7 Upgrades to Existing Models

Possble Windows Phone 7 Upgrades to Existing Models

Here's one more for Microsoft - though not official, Microsoft has hinted that a Windows Phone 7 upgrade for existing devices is up for consideration by the OEMs.

NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 400 Series Reserved for Bigger Partners

NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 400 Series Reserved for Bigger Partners

DigiTimes has learned from anonymous sources that most of NVIDIA's second-tier partners still haven't received "complete reference board designs."

Foursquare Airs First TV Commercial

Foursquare Airs First TV Commercial

Popular location-based social networking app Foursquare has just aired their first commercial.

Thursday, 25 Feb 2010

Statistics Show More Focus of Free Apps on Android than Apple

Statistics Show More Focus of Free Apps on Android than Apple

We've always had an inkling that Google's Android Market favors free apps than Apple's App Store does, and analysts from Distimo have put it in plain numbers.

YouTube Pulls Rickroll Video Due to a Mistake; It's Now Back

YouTube Pulls Rickroll Video Due to a Mistake; It's Now Back

The famous Rick Astley "Rickroll" video with over 30 million views was accidentally pulled from YouTube.

Google Faces Antitrust Complaints in EU

Google Faces Antitrust Complaints in EU

The European Commission has acknowledged receipt of three antitrust complaints against Google. It did not identify the companies and said it had not started a formal investigation.

Digital Dumping on the Rise

Digital Dumping on the Rise

An increasing number of people are using social networking sites to break up with their partners.

Wednesday, 24 Feb 2010

Some MacBooks Bought Between May '06 to Dec '07 May Fail

Some MacBooks Bought Between May '06 to Dec '07 May Fail

Apple has released news that a small percentage of hard-drives in MacBooks bought between May 2006 and December 2007 may fail under certain conditions.

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