Google seems to have taken cue from its arch rival Facebook, by introducing Google +1, something similar to the Like button. This is Googleâ€™s latest ploy to counter the huge following that Facebook has been able to generate with its own innovation, the Like button.
Samsungâ€™s latest show of the S II GT-I9100 made many heads turn at the last Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona this year.
Microsoft has launched a countdown site (IE6COUNTDOWN) for Internet Explorer 6, to track how many people are using Microsoftâ€™s 10-years old IE6 version.
Google is bringing various changes to the Chrome user interface, by including number of changes to the UI/front-end. In a recent post to the chromium developer mailing list entitled â€œMajor UI effortsâ€.
Recently, a roadmap of Dell was leaked and within it their was some gem, that notify us what company is planning to do with its portable devices. From, one of the item listed in Dell, roadmap was a Windows 8 product that was set to launch in early 2012.
After the announcement made by Steve ballmer, Microsoft Chief Executive, by using his keynote at Mobile World Congress to show the future Windows Phone 7, Andy Lees, President of Microsoft’s Mobile communication Businesses said that we will go from addressing 42 per cent of the world’s smartphones to in excess of 88 percent this year […]
When I gave up using Evernote and decided to switch over Springpad, at that time I was not pretty much sure that how much I would like it.
Motorola Mobility has launched its first Android powered dual SIM handset in India called Motorola Milestone XT800. This phone supports both CDMA/GSM frequencies, thus allows user to choose their network of choice and offers a mobile internet experience with Wi-Fi/WAPI and world phone capability.