News: Reads from WWW
Saturday, 19 Apr 2014
Earlier today, Plaza Low Yat the prize presentation ceremony for the winners of its ICT Carnival 2014. Click the link for more details.
Friday, 18 Apr 2014
An extension for the Chrome web browser can automatically detect a site that's been affected by Heartbleed. Find out more about it right here.
Thursday, 17 Apr 2014
After the GALAXY Gear, Samsung's first Tizen-powered smartphone will likely arrive at the end of Q2 2014, signifying an intention to break away from Android.
MSI has announced several new Gaming series motherboards that will take advantage of Intel's new 'Haswell Refresh' processors and next-generation 9-series chipset.
The latest easter egg discovered in Windows Phone 8.1's digital personal assistant involves the often mocked, animated Office assistant.
Yahoo! is reportedly working hard on projects to optimize its mobile search so as to convince Apple to make Yahoo! its default iOS search engine.
Google has launched a standalone Camera app on Google Play, called Google Camera. It introduces a new Lens Blur mode, and can be installed on smartphones and tablets running Android 4.4 KitKat.
In the U.S., the 'Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment' initiative is set to be implemented in July. Many smartphone manufacturers have committed themselves to join this initiative. Just click the link for more information.
Wednesday, 16 Apr 2014
Biometrics security on smartphones isn't as secure as you'd like to think. Researchers from Germany-based Security Research Labs have managed to hack the fingerprint scanner on the newly launched Samsung GALAXY S5.
Although reportedly planned for a May 2014 launch, Intel has begin shipping its latest 'Haswell Refresh' processors around the world and they are expected to hit store shelves very soon.