Posted by Kent Clark on26Feb
Microsoft, the world's largest Open Source player, has announced the release of Internet Explorer 10 for Linux. IE 10 was developed using WebKit, which Microsoft bought from Apple and donated to the KDE community, where it was born.
Posted by Parker Peter on21Feb
Canonical has made the Ubuntu OS available for Google's Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Nexus 4 and Galaxy Nexus devices.
Posted by Kent Clark on16Feb
“Google,” says Mark Shuttleworth. “You are no longer needed. You served a function in your day, but that day is gone. We can do everything that you can do, so goodbye. We are going to break your hegemony.”
Posted by Parker Peter on08Feb
Fox News has stirred a global debate on why Germany is successful with their solar project whereas the US of A is lagging. An expert panel of FOX News said that one of the reasons being Germany gets more sun than the US of A.
Posted by Kent Clark on06Feb
Arch Linux users experienced the Nexus 4 moment as soon as the news of KDE 4.10 hit the Interweb.
Posted by Kent Clark on02Jan
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, the world's most popular operating system today shook the IT world with the launch of uPad - an Ubuntu powered tablet.
Posted by Kent Clark on23Nov
Wall-Mart has just announced that they are selling the Google Nexus 4 in select stores. The news of the Black Friday sale of Nexus 4 resulted in customer confusion and several incidents of violence across the US. One of our readers sent this video of people going crazy to grab Nexus 4 at Wall-Mart.
Posted by Dominic Kennedy on17Nov
According to the tweets of a low-level employee Disney has signed Tim Burton to re-imagine the next Stars Wars film with Johnny Depp expected to come on-board to play a pivotal character.
Posted by Parker Peter on12Nov
Microsoft technology will allow adult film companies to monitor how many people are having sex while watching the movie. The movie will stop playing if more than two people are detected via the Xbox cameras.
Posted by Wayne Bruce on12Nov
USPTO (United States Patent & Trademark Office) has granted Samsung a design patent coverage on circular devices with straight sides. While it may sound strange to many but the USPTO is all set to boost legal warfare between mobile companies and help law-firms increase their revenues.