22
Sep

Big, Big Big, changes coming to Facebook today after the f8, says Mashable

Big, Big Big, changes coming to Facebook today after the f8, says Mashable

Facebook boasts a modest 750 Million active users around the world, and continue to increase the user base. Facebook has evolved a lot since the time of it’s launch, right from Facebook chat to the new User Interface design. Recently Facebook launched, revamped Friend Lists, a real-time news ticker, and the subscribe button, but that is not it, […]

5
Sep

HDFC Bank website gets hacked, fixes come up after about a month

HDFC Bank website gets hacked, fixes come up after about a month

In one of the most recent news, we reported government websites being hacked and the data being uploaded on the internet,  According to a  blog Article  published by Zsecure –  A serious vulnerability was discovered in HDFC Bank’s online platform, that potentially allowed hackers to gain private information of HDFC Bank’s customers. Although, it looks […]

16
Jul

Microsoft may Kill Brand Windows, Will make way for Super OS

Microsoft may Kill Brand Windows, Will make way for Super OS

Microsoft is in a dilemma. The software giant is fighting multiple fronts: PCs, smartphones, gaming and soon, Tablets. There’s just one tiny problem: fragmentation and a lack of total synergy between its Windows 7/8, Windows Phone 7 and Xbox platforms. A brand new OS that unifies all of those could be Microsoft’s savior. According to […]

8
Jul

How to transfer contacts between Nokia, Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Windows Mobile and more

How to transfer contacts between Nokia, Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Windows Mobile and more

A new phone is brought and there is an excitement to use it but we have all the contact information on the old phone and we don’t want to go ahead entering phone contacts one-by-one, There are various ways to transfer contacts between Nokia, Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Windows Mobile etc.   Here are a few […]

13
Jun

iCloud uses Windows Azure Services for Hosting Data: Sources

iCloud uses Windows Azure Services for Hosting Data: Sources

The wizards at  InfiniteApple, a recently-established Apple-related blog have found out that Apple’s iCloud online services actually use third-party services, namely Amazon Cloud Services and Windows Azure. It turns out that iCloud seems to use Windows Azure and Amazon Cloud Services for storage, as shown by a packet dump. Below we’re quoting some of the […]

13
Jun

Acquisitions by Google – Chronology

Acquisitions by Google – Chronology

We recently posted and article about the  Acquisitions & Investments by Microsoft, here we are with the Acquisitions by Google, The acquisitions date by as early as February 2011. Google has acquired wide range of companies from Youtube to reCaptcha to feedburner. Some of them to purely generate revenue while most of them to increase […]

8
Mar

Google Android Surpasses Blackberry and iPhone to become the most popular Smartphone platform

Google Android Surpasses Blackberry and iPhone to become the most popular Smartphone platform

Google’s Android OS is now the most popular smartphone platform in the US, this is up from last year where it was sitting in second place behind RIM. According to the research, Android  now makes up around 31.2 percent of all smartphone users in the US, this is based on data from January 2011, and […]

5
Mar

Angry Birds & the Pigs will soon battle it out on Facebook

Angry Birds & the Pigs will soon battle it out on Facebook

Good news, Angry Birds, the popular iPhone and Android game, which was recently ported to the Mac are now planning to get the game on Facebook. Angry Birds has enjoyed more than 75 million downloads, so it’s about time that the  game developer Rovio is expanding the franchise to the Facebook. The official  Angry Birds […]

14
Feb

Android and where it Stands

Android and where it Stands

Android, the open source Operating system by Google has surely been a hit. In July 2005,  Google acquired Android, a small startup company based in  Palo Alto, CA. Android’s co-founders who went to work at Google included  Andy Rubin,  Rich Miner,  Nick Sears, and  Chris White. At the time, little was known about the functions […]

12
Jan

Google Nexus S receives MeeGo and Ubuntu Ports

Google Nexus S receives MeeGo and Ubuntu Ports

You’ve got to hand it to the  Nexus S. In spite of being a souped-up smartphone, it’s still unpretentious enough to accept power from a BlackBerry microUSB cable and easy enough to hack that it’s just received not one, but two OS ports. MeeGo, in its very raw and unfinished form, has been dropped onto […]