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[16 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Nokia Ovi Store Expected to Come in May

In the recent Mobile World Congress presentation Nokia has announced that they are going to launch it’s own online app and media portal, the Ovi store. The main focuses are on Download, Mosh widgets with Ovi Store. This service will expected to start in May. The company said that they are going to calculate the customer’s taste, requirements, and their expectations via these online applications. A developer site has launched, and is touching a 70% revenue share. This similar to the Apple’s doing with its app store.

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[11 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Twitter is Down: Is the Microblogging Platform Not Able to Cope-up?

At around 4:20 AM EST, Twitter once again broke down with some technical error. It is probably a technical fault which would get fixed in few hour. But this again rises the question of it’s security and it’s ability to cope up with millions of users pouring in. Thoughts?

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[10 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Big Ideas For Big Memory: SanDisk Making X4 Flash Chips

SanDisk has mentioned on Tuesday that they intend to mass produce a 64 GB memory chip the size of a flash card.
Usually makers of memory chips would use one or two bit per cells but SanDisk is going to use four. For this new memory chip SanDisk are working closely with Toshiba and they together will manufacture this product using 43 nano-meter technology for this new memory chip.
SanDisk are largest suppliers of flash cards making the 16 GB chip and the highest 32bg memory chip so far. They intend to …

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[10 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
New Features For The Yahoo’s OneSearch Application

Yahoo has recently released updates for its voice activated mobile search application. One search by yahoo has included some new features for both of its shortcut and full operating application.

The plug in device will allow its user to type or speak required searches into the screen of the mobile phone.
Yahoo included this application to some Nokia phones last year but they took their time when creating the rest of the mobile platforms.
The features of the new plug in offer location finder, this is done by using the signal from mobile …

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[9 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Credit Crunch Causes More Problems: Sharp Expects a $1.1B Loss This Year

There no escaping the credit crunch and now more firms are losing trade and money. Electronics manufacturer sharp is also heading for crisis. It is expected they will lose an incredible $1 billion dollars due to the economic crisis.
Sales of sharp electronics are down by a massive 15% which is much more than what was originally expected. Unfortunately because of their substantial loss sharp will have to reduce employees pay by up to 50% just to make ends meet.
Sharp are blaming its loss on the recession which hit many countries …

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[7 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
President of Salesforce Quits, No Replacement Named Yet

President and chief strategy officer of Salesforce.com’s, Steve Cakebread resigned from the company effective Feb. 1, according to a U.S. regulatory filing this week.
Salesforce.com has not named a replacement yet. Cakebread left to “pursue other professional opportunities” and not because of any disagreement, the company said.
It’s not the first time he has announced about his retirement from Salesforce.com. After serving as a CFO for about four years he announced in the year 2006 that he would retire. Shortly after it, Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff said Cakebread had changed his …

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[7 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Intel Has Cut the 80GB SSD Price By One-Third

It’s good news for all Intel lovers. Intel has cut the 80GB SSD price by one third. Although it is still a very costly but will be a little bit breath. Intel has cut the 2.5-inch 80GB X25-M from $595 in September to now $390. Although it is still more expansive than Western Digital’s 2TB spinner. It is still not clear reason behind this; one reason may be market growth.

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[6 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
RIAA Lawyer Who Killed Grokster Picked by Obama’s DOJ

We always knew that President Barak Obama was going to surprise us and surprise us he has. Now there is an uproar in America about his choice of lawyers.
Earlier this week it was announced by Mr. Donald Verrilli himself that he is now the second in command legal representative for the white house. You may remember him as the one who sued Google for the company Viacom but even more popular for being the lawyer put a stop to Grokster. He also represented the RIAA in a file sharing …

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[6 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Microsoft Now Offers to Just ‘Fix IT’

We aren’t all computer wizards and many of us have spent hours at a time trawling the internet looking for solutions to our computers problems.
It can be something small or something major but either way many of us would be lost without the use of our computers.
Quite recently it has been discovered that Microsoft, yes Microsoft have added a ‘fix it’ button to many of their help and support pages. Everyone should will grateful for this and Microsoft should be taking the credit but they aren’t because they did on …