Seems like almost everybody wants to work with Facebook. Recent news reported that the social networking giant is working with partners like Microsoft to let Bing users enjoy a more social experience, and Skype who would make it easier for users to communicate with friends and family on the social network.
Apple may be introducing a new subscription-based music streaming service on iTunes. From the various online sources, the company is in talks with music labels to roll out such service, and that the pricing could range from US$10 to US$15.
Most of us are on social network sites, like Facebook, these days. While it is nice to be connected to friends and family, and share your personal thoughts, likes and dislikes, it can be disastrous if something you said are not meant to be heard by others. Facebook has recently introduced some new features including sorting friends in different groups. This means you can
While Microsoft’s Windows may have a good portion of the world’s desktop and notebook PC users under its belt, the same cannot be said for its web browser business. In what must be the first time in almost a decade, the software giant’s global browser share has managed to dip below the 50% mark, while
With Google Goggles app, you can take pictures with your mobile phone and it will search the web for information. Its handy especially if you need help to identify certain landmarks or product barcodes. While the Google Goggles app is offered on Android phones, the search engine giant has recently released it for the Apple iPhone.
Skype has announced its Voice over IP (VoIP) service is now available on the Android platform. This means you can make VoIP calls over 3G or Wi-Fi (in USA only) on your Android phones. However, it only works on Android 2.1 and higher.
As far as web image formats are concerned, it is probably hard to think of anything other than the well-known JPEG-PNG-GIF combination found in almost all websites today. And leave it to Google to introduce yet another contender to the world of web media: the search giant has just announced a new WebP image specially
VR-Zone.com had a hands-on session with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab at Singapore’s Samsung Hub earlier today. So how good is this 7-inch Android tablet? Read on to find out.
If you are using an Android smartphone and wondering when the paid Android apps would be made available in Singapore, here’s a piece of good news. Google has just announced that it will be increase support for paid Android apps to consumers and developers.
Android users are definitely spoilt for choice when it comes to phone browsers – Opera Mini, Dolphin HD, Skyfire 2.0, or Mozilla Fennec? Or perhaps the stock Android browser? PCWorld has pitted a total of six Android browsers against each other.
Barely a week ago, we posted an update about Internet Explorer 9 requiring the presence of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 before it can be installed into a PC. And now, it seems that Microsoft has reversed its stand: this time, there will be no need for SP1 to be pre-installed. Users, however, will still
Did you find yourself locked out of Facebook yesterday? If it happened to you, don’t worry: the popular social networking site has not resorted to banning our IP addresses. Instead, what actually happened was that the service was hit with a outage for about two and a half hours. So what actually went wrong?
To attract users to use Bing, Microsoft has implemented a new rewards program. All you need to do is download and install the tooolbar, and whenever you search or use Bing, you earn credits which can be used for redemption.
At the Accelerate 2010 business innovations forum, SingTel has unveiled the top ten web and mobile applications, from over 200 submissions in a competition and ten countries.
Twitter may be a great way to inform friends about what one is currently doing in the form of short text messages, but is its service safe enough? That is a question you will have to ask yourself, especially after the popular service had been compromised yesterday by a hack which exposed users to pop-ups
Search engine giant Google has announced the addition of mobile editing functionality to their Google Docs for both Android and Apple iPad devices. The mobile editing feature will be made available in the next few weeks.
Similar to how users can purchase and download their music and videos from the iTunes store, Apple may be planning such a store for the iPad; but in the form of a wide range of electronic newspapers content for the users.
Korean manufacturer Samsung has announced it will be launching an entertainment store to provide movies and TV shows to their smartphones as well as Galaxy Tab tablet. Unfortunately, the media hub will only be available in US, and there’s no news if it will be made available in Asia.
Microsoft has released the beta of the new Windows Internet Explorer 9 web browser that promises speed and performance. On top of that, the software maker has also incorporated SmartScreen Filter into Download Manager to protect users from malicious websites.
In the past, simply being able to make video calls via a webcam was groundbreaking enough. But what happens when Internet connection speeds are rapidly becoming faster and HD content is fast becoming mainstream? That is right, you create a webcam that is capable of making video calls in full 1080p glory. Which is exactly