Samsung Korea has announced the launch of their Application Seller Site tomorrow (30 July) for developers and content providers. Developers and content providers can sign up as member to promote and sell applications or content for the Symbian or Windows Mobile operating systems.
You don’t have to wear a space suit and fly in a rocket to explore the moon. Google has provided an easier solution with the addition of the Moon in Google Earth that allows users to access lunar images and related content including Apollo landing sites and narrated tours.
Sick of playing poker with artificial intelligence players? Well, you can now choose to have a multiplayer poker session with friends and other N-Gage users worldwide with this new “Million Dollar Poker” game.
Google has announced the My Location feature in Google Maps being available now on desktop or laptop computers. My Location allows user to find out their approximate location on the map as denoted by a blue dot. Check it out.
Google has recently announced a new project which will surface as an operating system designed for netbooks. The Google Chrome Operating System (which is an extension to their existing Chrome browser) will be open source and according to Google, the netbooks preinstalled with Chrome OS will be available in the second half of 2010. According
Nokia has announced the latest version of Ovi Maps application for their devices, with additional features and services including high-resolution satellite and terrain maps – both in 2D and 3D views – 3D landmarks for over 200 cities, rotation, tilting, etc. You can download from Nokia website at www.nokia.com/maps.
Mozilla Firefox users rejoice! The maker has just released the latest 3.5 version of the web browser with improved features and performance. (In short, its time to upgrade). If you are already using the Firefox web browser, just click on “Check for Updates…” under Help tab. Otherwise, you can download the web browser here.
Logitech has recently announced their new Vid software designed exclusively for making video calls and to easily set up with webcam installation. Compatible with PC and Mac, the Vid software is available for download at Logitech’s website.
Microsoft has announced the launch of their free PC security service next week on June 23rd. The Microsoft Security Essentials (formerly codenamed Morro) claims to offer protection against viruses, spyware, malware and even rootkits.
Facebook phishing attacks are on the rise, as observed by Symantec, whereby users are lured to log in their usernames and passwords on fake “Facebook” sites via phishing emails. Here are some measures as advised by the software giant.
Ever wished you could have anti-virus (AV) protection forever or at least free for a long time and for that to be from the best in the industry? Fear no more, you can do just that. Read on to find out just how you can do so without pirating the software.
We have all heard or read about the imminent death of Microsoft’s Windows XP. The official Life-Cycle Policy really means XP was supposed to be dead and buried back on 31 Jan 2009. This may really really be the end of XP with Windows 7 on the way. Especially so since there has been a lot of positive feedback and comments for
Hitachi has introduced a new image search application for Apple iPhone users. Known as GazoPa, it allows users to search for similar images on the web by uploading any photo captured with camera on their iPhone.