Thursday, 17 Jun 2010
The preorders for the new iPhone crashed the servers and now that the numbers are out it's no puzzle why - the preorders for the new iPhone 4 is 10 times higher than then what it was for the iPhone 3GS.
Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010
An Irish lecturer has found a way to silence the vuvuzela, the infamous horn which is causing aural havoc for viewers of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Apple unveils the Mac mini desktop computer built with a compact aluminum enclosure, featuring a more powerful graphics processor, HDMI port and SD card slot. The Mac mini comes with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 320GB hard drive and 2GB RAM for S$1,088.
Google and Fifa have collaborated on a range of tools to facilitate easier access to World Cup news and scores from Google's Chrome browser. Aside from World Cup themes, the Fifa extension provides a live feed of results, news and match stats. Users can also personalize the plug-in for goal alerts.
Is tech giant Hewlett-Packard simply gaining assets - or looking for ways to make netbooks more like tablets - by buying an "instant-on" operating system?
Symantec has unveiled Norton Everywhere Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a three-part initiative to take Norton beyond the PC and extend trust in the areas of mobile safety, web safety across any devices and embedded services on smart devices.
Logitech unveils the Squeezebox Touch, a multimedia player that lets you play and control media streams over Wi-Fi from the Internet and your PC and packs Facebook and Flickr support.
Users of the Symbian-based Sony Ericsson Satio, Vivaz and Vivaz pro can get Skype on their phones now.
Symantec unveils "Norton Everywhere" Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a three-part initiative which extends Symantec's security applications beyond the PC genre and into the mobile space such, as smartphones and hand-held devices. The new initiative includes products such as Norton Smartphone Security for Android Beta, Norton Connect Beta and Norton DNS Beta.
Motorola ups the ante for smartphone display sizes with an Android phone packing a 4.4-inch one. How much larger can we go?