News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 24 Feb 2010
Love MacBook skins and National Geographic? Then you're in luck.
While the exact specs required to support Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series hasn't been fully revealed, there will be three distinct variants.
Google previously announced it would start phasing out support for Internet Explorer 6 on Orkut and YouTube and the date has been set - March 13.
Tuesday, 23 Feb 2010
Mozilla's developers achieved an important milestone this week by demonstrating that the browser can run on the Nexus One smartphone.
The wait seems to be finally over as all signs point towards a March 26 launch date for NVIDIA's next-generation graphics cards.
Monday, 22 Feb 2010
Adobe Photoshop turns 20 and here is an interesting post about the widely-used photo editing software.
The issue takes a turn for the bizarre as it is now being reported that the CTO who made the report is actually a fake person.
Sony has an answer to Panasonic's and Olympus's Micro Four Thirds cameras: a model with interchangeable lenses that can produce DSLR-quality images and HD video.
Friday, 19 Feb 2010
Turns out the Windows 7 memory issue isn't that big a deal after all, as you'll soon see.
We all know that Apple is a secretive company, here's a report that sheds some light on just how secretive they can be.