Articles By Ranina Sanglap
Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. are upgrading their cloud services with new features and more storage space for users.
Unfortunately for Nokia its transition to the Windows Phone mobile phone system has been stymied by a lack of interest and it looks like the next few years are going to be rough on the Finnish mobile maker as it attempts to promote Windows Phone and at the same time re-establish its brand.
The Australian High Court dealt a blow against major Hollywood film and television studios when it upheld a previous ruling that internet service provider iiNet did not authorize copyright infringement when its customers downloaded movies and television programs.
Research in Motion launched a new "affordable" BlackBerry smartphone in India on Wednesday in a push to target emerging markets.
It looks like Google isn't the only company interested in smart glasses. Oakley is planning to manufacture smart glasses similar to Google's Project Glass.
The latest buzz from the Apple rumor mill is about the mythical mini iPad which according to new reports is due out in the last quarter of 2012.
Facebook and Apple are threatening the open-nature of the world wide web, according to Google co-founder Sergey Brin.
Sony has launched its SmartWatch first seen at the Consumer Electronics Show back in January. The wristwatch is powered by Google's Android software and connects to the user's Android smartphone using Bluetooth technology.
Amazon announced plans to cut down prices on its e-books after the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it was suing Apple Inc. and five other publishers on price-fixing charges.
Microsoft is about to put an end to XP because when April 8, 2014 rolls around, Microsoft will stop supporting XP and Office 2003. In a blog post on Monday, Microsoft spokeswoman Stella Chernyak said corporate users should stop holding on this relic and transfer their business to Windows 7 and Office 2010.