The new beta version of Google’s Chrome web browser boasts improved speed and HTML5 features including geolocation APIs and drag-and-drop. It also comes with built-in Adobe Flash player for viewing flash content.
Skyfire has launched their new version for Android phones and supports Flash, meaning users can view the flash animation and videos on websites. According to some news sources, the company is also making a version for iPhones and submit it to the Apple App Store later this year.
After causing a global stir over a botched update which allowed the company’s anti-virus software to flag out svchost.exe as malware, McAfee is now trying to make it up to customers by offering to ship for free a CD containing the fix if telephone or online support fails to solve the problem, along with a
Google has recently announced that it has bought over Labpixies, a developer of personalized widgets such as iGoogle, Android and the iPhone. According to Google, the team will be based in the Tel Aviv office and will anchor the iGoogle efforts across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
The battle for the smartphone market has reached a new high, and Google’s Android is all set to give Apple’s App Store a run for its money with its massive library of downloadable applications. Read on to find out more.
A peek at Chrome OS’s git repository reveals a few juicy details about the kind of hardware Google is poised to support with its upcoming operating system. Read on to find out more.
Microsoft and Facebook have announced Docs for Facebook, an application that allows users to use Word, Excel and Powerpoint online. Currently, the Docs is in beta and you will need to go to Docs.com to sign up.
Symantec has announced the beta release of its new Norton Internet Security 2011 and Norton Antivirus 2011 software, which is currently available for download at its beta website. Read on to find out more.
All you have to do is to download the new Microsoft Fix It from the company’s servers, and it’ll offer to scan and fix for the most common type of errors found in Windows. Read on to find out more.
It seems like the Adobe-Apple spat over Flash for the iPhone has ended in an ugly way, with Adobe ceasing all development of Flash-to-iPhone software to focus its efforts on Google’s Android OS. Read on for more information.
Yup. The exact words from Apple CEO Steve Jobs were “Folks who want porn can buy and Android phone”, in his email reply to an Apple customer on moral responsibility. Its ridiculous enough that a phone maker is deciding for its customers what is morally right by not having those apps in their App stores. But it
Today, Adobe announced the global launch of their Creative Suite 5 Master Collection, and in Singapore, the event was held at the Arts House. The new Adobe CS 5 Master Collection is designed with various enhanced features as well as creation of content and applications (on the new Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2) to provide rich user
Opera Mini for iPhone is now available on Apple’s App Store, promising a slew of features and most importantly performance as compared to the native browser.
In 2005, a new company by the name of Livescribe was formed, and today we have neat little pen called the Pulse Smartpen a ballpoint pen with an embedded computer and digital audio recorder. How will this Smartpen revolutionize the way we take notes? Read on for more.
Microsoft has just issued an update to address the security vulnerability found in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 web browsers which allow hackers to do remote code execution. Read on for more info.
Microsoft has recently issued a statement that many customers in Singapore have received emails that claimed they have won Microsoft lottery. That is not a legitimate mail and Microsoft advises not to open the mail or reply with your personal information. Read more for the detailed advisory.
SingTel and Ericsson have jointly announced their Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology trial, showcasing 42Mbps mobile broadband network (twice that of current existing 21Mbps speed). User can expect seamless experience when making phone calls, gaming, watching high definition videos and has 3D virtual mapping simultaneously.
Land Transport Authority (LTA) Singapore has launched their new mobile service for motorists and commuters. Called MyTransport.SG, it provides comprehensive transit and traffic information to users with Wi-Fi, GPRS or 3G wireless connectivity on their mobile devices.
The day has finally come. We (VR Zone) have just received an email from Microsoft that it will be ending the support for WinXP SP2, Vista RTM, Win 2000 Pro and Win Server 2000. Well, the operating systems will still be around, just that Microsoft will no longer provide any more security updates for them. Read on for more details.
In 2004, Picasa was bought over by Google. And now, its Picnik, an online image editing site. Looks like the search engine giant is really looking into providing the various services on the cloud. Will we see Picasa integration with Picnik? Its possible though Google aren’t saying anything yet.