Wednesday, 24 Mar 2010
Opera Mini for iPhone was officially submitted to the Apple iPhone App store today, taking its first big step towards giving users a new way to browse on the iPhone.
Jumping on the bandwagon of 3D technology is none other than handheld giant, Nintendo. Nintendo has officially announced in Japan that a 3D-capable portable handheld, tentatively called the 3DS, will be officially unveiled at E3 2010 this June.
Samsung delivers another Android device in its repertoire, with the Samsung Galaxy S sporting its Super AMOLED screen, a 1GHz processor and finally, Google's latest Android 2.1.
Tuesday, 23 Mar 2010
Synology today launched the Synology DX510, an expansion unit to increase the capacity of Synology DS1010+ and DS710+ on the fly.
Gigabyte today proudly announced that they have reached an industry milestone of 1 million SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) motherboards shipped.
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.