IE not safe, says German Govt; Microsoft disagrees

January 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Want to stay safe and secure? Shun IE! That is what the German government has told web users. Naturally enough, Microsoft hasn’t taken the warning in its stride. The software major has gone ahead and rejected the warning reiterating that there is no risk involved in using Internet Explorer.

First International Computer SVE00 netbook arrives sporting charming looks

January 16, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It is called the SVE00 and has been rolled out by First International Computer. The story doesn’t end there.  What we are talking about is First International Computer next generation Netbook, which would take on peers with its sheer beauty and performance. The SVE00 has all in it that could bring in the much needed […]

iOS 4 set for arrival soon

January 16, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you were just about on the brim of being cheesed off with Apple for having not brought to the fore any major OS update for quite a while now, think again. Some dope we managed to get on that front suggests that an updated app for the new iPhone 4.0 software is on the […]

Firefox 3.7 Update Delayed Indefinitely

January 15, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Mozilla have a rather unusual style of delivering updates – they normally do security updates and bugfixes separete from the major improvements to their products, so lately, they were getting ready to release two separate versions of Firefox – 3.6 and 3.7. However, 3.7 was cancelled for now and it looks like it won’t be […]

Doomsday’s Clock Hands Moved by One Minute

January 14, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Scientists working on the Doomsday Clock, designed to predict humanity’s extinction, announced that they were moving the clock’s hands – but not by much. The time was changed by just one minute, making it 23:54 right now.

Sony Ericcson Faith is coming, running WinMo 6.5

January 14, 2010, By Thomas Antony

Windows Mobile 6.5 was supposed to be the savior of the WinMo platform flushing away all the problems that plagued WinMo 6. Devices running the new OS, branded as ‘Windows phones’ came in with much hype in October 2009, although Android and iPhone and other such platforms still stole a lot of the limelight. Sony […]

Vodafone brings iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G on its UK network

January 14, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are in the UK and a Vodafone subscriber, this is the time for an upgrade. The carrier has created a bang by starting to offer the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G.  The Apple devices now available on the Vodafone network includes a 16GB phone which comes free on two-year contracts of £45 a […]

Microsoft develops UVO in-car voice & touch-activated communication and entertainment system for Kia

January 14, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Carmaker Kia has teamed up with Microsoft Corp, wherein the software major will develop the UVO (Your Voice) in-car voice and touch activated communication and entertainment system for the car company. The new touch activated communication and entertainment system would be based on Windows Embedded Auto software. The UVO in-car infotainment system will soon be […]

Google Nexus One smartphone fails to impress sales counters; rivals have a better say

January 14, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Week One: 20,000 units. Thus reads the sales figure for Google’s Nexus One when the first week since launch came to a close. Not so smart numbers indeed for such a smartphone that rode on so much pre-launch hype.  If you thought the 20000 number is fairly okay, take a look at what the rival […]

Nintendo Wii to offer Netflix streaming service free-of-cost

January 14, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you haven’t heard yet, here’s some news for you. Your favorite video game console will soon start streaming movies too. Nintendo Co has officially come out in public saying that it would add Netflix’s movie-streaming service to its Wii console. The Nintendo Wii with Netflix will start arriving in stores this Spring.

LG Art Cinema XF2 multimedia home entertainment to play for home audience

January 13, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

On home turf Korea, LG Electronics is testing its new home entertainment multimedia hub. The electronics maker has unveiled its new innovation aimed at home entertainment freaks and it indeed promises to create a ripple even in markets overseas in the short term.

ASUS Eee Box EB1501 now comes with a Blu-ray drive, and a higher price tag

January 13, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The ASUS  nettop, which had given us a taste of how intelligent such devices can be last month, is now arriving with a luring addition. The ASUS Eee Box EB1501 has now been incorporated with an optional upgrade of a Blu-ray drive. The arrival of a Blu-ray drive is seen by the PC maker as […]

Kingston introduces 30GB SSD with TRIM support under $80

January 13, 2010, By Thomas Antony

A lot of really cool stuff was announced this year at the CES. In the middle of all the hype caused by the big guys, its quite easy to miss some rather cool products. Kingston’s new offering may be such a case. They have introduced their new SSDNow V+ 30GB Solid State Drives at a […]

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