Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is the most pirated game of 2009

December 31, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Any guesses on which was the most pirated game of 2009? If the answer is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, you got it right. The game, which sold more than 6 million copies in November alone, had created a record of sorts. Now, it has been revealed that the immensely popular game of 2009 […]

Palm WebOS 1.3.5 update arrives on Palm Pre, Palm Pixi smartphones

December 30, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It is finally here. The WebOS upgrade, announced by Palm earlier during the week, is now a reality. The version 1.3.5 of WebOS, the operating system on the Palm Pre and Palm Pixi smartphones, has been unveiled, but we find any new app missing in the update. However, users who had been looking for a […]

The Boox 60 E-Reader Now Shipping to the USA

December 30, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

The Boox e-reader which was demonstrated at CeBIT earlier this year is finally ready for a release in the USA – the device is expected to start shipping in two weeks at most. The e-reader, designed by Onyx International, comes with Wi-Fi support, a Vizplex e-ink display, and is powered by a 532MHz processor.

Samsung N220 Pine Trail Netbook ‘almost’ debuts in France

December 30, 2009, By Atul Roach

All the major netbook developers across the world are keen to lay their hands on the Intel Pine Trail platform which gives Samsung absolutely has no reason to fall back. Consequently, Samsung has developed the N220 netbook which is based on the latest platform that uses 20% lesser power on netbook based processors. The netbook […]

Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Not Happening Until 2011

December 30, 2009, By Atul Roach

Mozilla Firefox is the second most preferred web browser in the world after the internet explorer which clearly means that people do seek the Firefox updates with a lot of desperation. The sad news is that the updates may keep arriving for the browser from time to time but, a fully refurbished browser i.e. Mozilla […]

EA Coming Out With a Football Trainer Game for the Wii?

December 29, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

EA Sports – the guys that brought us Madden NFL, FIFA, NBA Live, and the NHL series – have recently hinted at a new game release sometime during January. According to Destructoid, who seem to have some pretty reliable sources, the new game is going to be an “NFL Trainer”.

Select 2010 Ford Models to Support iTunes Tagging

December 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

If you are the types that cannot do without your favorite numbers in your car, here is what you will like to read. A select number of 2010 Ford models will come with a factory installed HD Radio receiver that will let the users tag the iTunes by pressing a mere button. The users could […]

DirectTV to launch the first 3D HDTV Channel

December 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

Three dimensional videos are no more a rarity but what is rare to know is that DirectTV is ready to launch the first 3D HDTV channel in the world. The channel will be launched early next year in the US and the announcement regarding the same will be made at CES 2010. The 3D HDTV […]

Latest LinkedIn Version for the iPhone Goes Live

December 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

LinkedIn, the business oriented social networking site is back at the iTunes App store with its latest version available for download right in time to revive some business contacts in the new year. Thanks to the users feedback and the business metrics which fostered the redesign based on end to end design. The new app. […]

Gyration 2.4GHz Air Mouse with MotionSense @ $9.99 AR

December 28, 2009, By Thomas Antony

What the heck is an air mouse? Well, it is a mouse that you can wave around in the air , that is, it doesn’t require a surface or a mousepad and they usually cost a hefty $50+. Of course, you would be crazy to spend that much on a mouse just so you can […]

Google Chrome OS Netbook specced

December 28, 2009, By Thomas Antony

We recently got a glimpse at Google’s new upcoming Chrome operating sysem that apparently runs “on the cloud” and hence will require much less in terms of processing power. Hence it is obviously a good choice for low power systems such as netbooks. Now according to IBTimes, the official specsheet of such a device is […]

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