Update for BlackBerry’s BOLT Browser

December 7, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

BOLT – the browser for the BlackBerry – has just been updated to version 1.6, bringing lots of changes, mainly directed at improving the browser’s performance. Rendering is now 15% faster, and improvements have been made to the secure login procedure, making it much quicker.

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo – VSS Enterprise rolls out

December 7, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Of course you must have heard of Virgin Galactic, right? Billionaire British entrepreneur Richard Branson’s latest pet project that has been going on for the last few years which will be taking paying passengers to space and back sometime in the next one-two years. The spaceship that will be taking these passengers was being designed […]

AT&T and T-Mobile may soon get the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10

December 7, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Rumours have started to filter out about the release of Sony Ericsson’s upcoming Android handset, the XPERIA X10. Though nothing that can be called as concrete evidence has come out yet, it appears that the X10 may be available soon subsidized by major US carriers. Sony Ericsson is supposedly working on two variants of the […]

ASRock comes out with 1080p ION nettops

December 7, 2009, By Thomas Antony

NVIDIA’s low-power but capable ION platform has become the base of a lot of compact and highly multimedia-capable “nettops” and other such similar devices. ASRock, popular for their affordable motherboards, has come out with two new nettops, now available for pre-order from Amazon. The ASRock ION 330-HT and ION 330HT-BD are the two nettops, priced […]

Both Droids to get Android 2.1 on January 22nd

December 7, 2009, By Thomas Antony

While this does come in the category of vague rumors, but we have it from Verizon that the HTC Droid Eris will get an updated to a “newer Android” in Q1 2010. In another possible “leak”, phoneArena says that according to their sources, the Verizon DROID will get the Android 2.0.1 update on December 11th […]

Amazon Denies Rumors of Physical Store in the UK

December 7, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

There’s been some controversy around Amazon recently, after some clues pointed to the possibility of them looking to open a physical store in the UK. Best Buy is launching its first store in the country soon, and this further fueled the speculation. It was all apparently instigated by a report in the Sunday Times, claiming […]

Motorola Opus One Android smartphone gets set for Sprint iDEN network

December 6, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Hey, we just got info that Motorola is fast lining up its first Android handset for Sprint. Going by a couple of leaked images, it seems like what we hear is right. Motorola might confirm the news soon, but how soon is not our guess. What we know now is that the Motorola Android device […]

Google opens up personalized search to even those who haven’t signed in

December 6, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has thrown privacy out of the window and made personalized search results available to all users. This comes as shift in strategy from the Google stables as it had hitherto been allowing access to personalized search results only to those who are signed in.

Wal-Mart lures Christmas shoppers with Nintendo Wii deal

December 5, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Black Friday and Cyber Monday have long gone, but its still sale time for Nintendo Wii at Wal-Mart. We just checked out the Wal-Mart online store and found there’s a fascinating deal out there. When we say fascinating, we mean that. It indeed is an absolutely appealing deal Wal-Mart is offering on the games console. […]

AT&T offers 50% off on all BlackBerry smartphones

December 4, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Christmas has come early for all you BlackBerry fans. AT&T has come up with a new special offer for this holiday season. They are taking 50% off the price of all BlackBerry smartphones available on their network. So from today, you can go to your nearest AT&T store or if you are too lazy, login […]

Aliens vs Predator Banned in Australia

December 4, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Australians are going to be deprived of yet another PC title, after Australia’s Office of Film and Literature Classification refused to give a rating to Aliens vs Predator. This prohibits the game from being sold in stores that only sell rated games, which pretty much includes every video game store in the country. The decision has […]

Fujitsu Reveals the LifeBook UH900 Shiny Multitouch UMPC/MID

December 4, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

There’s nothing to indicate that the UH900 is not a smartphone or anything near a handheld device – but it’s actually a really small laptop that runs Windows 7. It looks like Fujitsu have taken the concept of mini netbooks really far with this 5.6″ computer sporting a Atom Z530 processor, 62GB SSD for storage, […]

PsiXpda Windows XP 3G UMPC arrives in UK

December 4, 2009, By Thomas Antony

A lot of ultraportable computers have come out recently but most of them have been limited to Japan, Taiwan and so on. So its rather surprising to hear about a UMPC company coming up in the UK. It is PsiXpda who has come up with a new 3G-capable UMPC powered by an Atom processor and […]

ASUS Eee Box EB1501 Unboxed

December 4, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

A French website has just reviewed ASUS’s newest addition to its Eee Box line, the EB1501. The Eee Box computers are the equivalent of the Eee PC for the house – mini-sized desktop boxes that take up far less space than your standard computer, and are much more economic. The Eee Box now features a […]

Bing suffers 30-minute outage, Microsoft blames ‘configuration change’

December 4, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A configuration change sent Microsoft’s Bing for a toss, for around 30 minutes, forcing the technology giant to go for a rollback. As soon as the issue started running out of hand, Microsoft jumped on to troubleshooting error and saw that the scene got back to normal avoiding major hassles for itself.

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