Chrome for Linux and Mac may take months to release

Google confirms that its Chrome browser will be released for Macs and Linux in the coming summer. Read more →

The DX900: Acer’s smartphone emerges

Officially, Acer is not a participant in the smartphone market yet, and it’s facing somewhat similar problems like other established players as Palm and Apple when it comes to keep things secretes. Read more →

UK housewives spend most of their leisure time in web-surfing

Who do you think would be the biggest web surfers in the world? Well, if you want to find, the results of a large scale internet survey show that they are British housewives who spend nearly fifty percent of their free time over the internet. Read more →

Importance of Updating the Drivers

A common element of the software that is frequently overlooked is the “software driver”. These drivers are designed in such a way that it allows the external piece of hardware such as a camera, printer etc to synchronise with the main computer unit. Read more →

Google to bring offline Gmail for iPhone and Android

If you are one of those who reckon offline Gmail at their desktop as the nicest thing after sliced bread, they wouldn’t have to wait any longer, as there is an indication from Google’s vice president Vic Gundotra that Google guys considering offering this functionality to an Android/iPhone soon. Read more →

World of Warcraft Magazine Free Preview Hits the Web

This is very popular 148 page quarterly magazine is coming in Four languages simultaneously English, French, German and Spanish editions. Read more →

Google earth app for Android out in the market!

There appears to be excellent news for Android users because the Google Earth app is finally here for use. In fact the image quality is as amazing which is used for the PC version. Read more →

Apple’s MacBook Pros shipped with trackpad problems

Apple had to face enough embarrassment earlier this week when its unbody MacBook Pros shipped with trackpad related problems. Read more →