Google is finally putting an end to the Wave project, a move which isn’t unexpected due to lack of user interest. The Google Wave is designed as a communication and collaborative web tool.
Yesterday, Kaspersky announced the launch of their new Internet Security 2011 (KIS) and Anti-Virus 2011 (KAV) in Singapore. The new software offer new features including System Watcher, Safe Surf and Safe Run, and are compatible with Windows XP to Windows 7 versions.
HTC has released its Froyo update for the EVO 4G. Meanwhile, a system software update (2.05.707.1) has been made available for the HTC Legend. Just pure coincidence?
Creative Technology Ltd has announced the Sound Blaster X-Fi MB2 suite, an audio enhancement software that promises to deliver “premium audio quality, effects and features” on PCs with onboard audio.
GIGABYTE has launched two free real-time overclocking applications for their motherboards – the GIGABYTE Hotkey OC and the GIGABYTE Cloud OC. How can enthusiasts and extreme overclockers benefit from these two utilities?
If you are thinking of coding your very own Android app for the smartphones, yet unsure how to go about doing it, you can check out this App Inventor for Android. Even non tech-savvy users can code simple apps such as whack-a-mole. Read on.
LG phone owners rejoice! LG Electronics has recently announced the opening of their new App store with more apps offerings to the consumers, including games such as The SIMS 3, Asphalt 4 Elite Racing and FIFA 09.
Details of Microsoft Windows 8 have recently surfaced on the web, and that is because Francisco Martin, a Windows enthusiast, has gotten a few powerpoint slides and posted it on his blog.
HTC has announced the acquisition of Abaxia, a mobile software company that design mobile phone home screens. The french company’s software has been deployed over 25 million phones and 60 different handset models.
With this new MasterCard app, you can now send and receive money more easily via your iPhone or iPad. The MoneySend app is free to download from the iPhone app store, though it currently only works in US.
Steve Ballmer launches Office 2010 for businesses, talks about “The Future of Productivity” in Singapore
It is not often one gets to see the CEO of a huge, global company down in sunny Singapore, but Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was a picture of confidence as he talked about Microsoft’s new Office 2010 and its impact on businesses, and how cloud computing will make it easier for businesses to achieve greater
Google’s new Android OS for mobile smartphones, codenamed ‘Froyo’ (Frozen Yogurt), is arriving. The version claims to offer additional features including mobile hotspot support. This means you can turn your mobile handset into a mobile hotspot to other Wi-Fi devices.
iPhone twitterers rely on Tweetie and other third-party Twitter application to tweet on the move. But if you don’t like their offerings, good news is, Twitter has just announced their OFFICIAL app for the iPhone. And you can download the free app from the Apple app store today.
Despite the dispute with Apple over Flash on iPhones and that Apple supports HTML5 instead of Flash, Adobe has announced that the new HTML5 solution will be made available for web designers and developers at the recent Google I/O conference.
It was almost 2 years ago when Apple last updated their professional photo editing and management software but now it’s back with more than 200 new features. How well will this fair against it’s main rival, Adobe’s Lightroom 2? Read on to find out now!
Apple filed a lawsuit against HTC for patent infringement in March whereby many see it as a move to get back at Google for the Android devices (indirectly). And just recently, the Taiwanese manufacturer has countersue Apple for infringement of their patents.
Microsoft have announced the worldwide availability of Microsoft Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, etc for business customers worldwide. Along with the news, Office Mobile 2010 will be available for free via Windows® Phone Marketplace for all Windows Mobile 6.5 phones with a previous version of Office Mobile.
Looks like Google is geared up to launch its e-book store. From various news reports, the search engine giant has managed to get almost all the permission to start the store and this could make it the most dominant electronic bookseller to Amazon and Apple.
Singapore Telcommunication provider, M1 Limited, has just announced the launch of their new App store designed for all platforms. The appstore has both free and paid apps, ranging from games, entertainment, social networking to utilities. Check it out at http://appstore.m1.com.sg/ Update: For those who are wondering about the iPhone apps on M1 app store, according to M1, downloads of iPhone apps
Skype is known for their voice over IP calls, but it is also one of the software applications in the market that supports group video chat (on various platforms). According to Wall Street Journal, the company has announced new group video chat service and subscription plans.