Friday, 19 Mar 2010
Microsoft removes virtualization layer's hardware requirements for XP Mode available in Windows 7.
Apple is still trying to secure media content for the iPad with just weeks to go before the tablet computer's release.
Palm's sales figures for the last quarter was miserable compared to that of its competitors.
Thursday, 18 Mar 2010
Going beyond the web, Google is now aiming for the broadcast market, with the help of Intel, Sony and Logitech for a rumored upcoming Google TV service.
A Spanish judge has ruled that obtaining copyright material through P2P for non profit use is legal.
Motorola to roll out Droid handsets with Android 2.1 come March 18.
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
End of Support for Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista RTM, Windows 2000 Professional and Windows Server 2000
On April 13, 2010, Vista RTM will reach the end of support while on July 13, 2010, Windows XP SP2 and Windows 2000 Professional will reach the same milestone. In addition, Microsoft will be ending support for Windows Server 2000 and moving Windows 2003 from Mainstream Support to Extended Support.
No mobile phone left behind: Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10 introduced in final, consumer-ready versions.