Facebook has quietly released a new less data hungry version of its social networking app, called Facebook Lite. No official statement was made by Mark… Read More »Facebook Lite Launched for 2G Social Networking
It’s been a long while since the support for Windows XP was finally chucked by Microsoft, in a move not only to get the… Read More »XP Losing Market Share As Users Upgrade
The industry behind the processing and memory chips is gearing up for entire new generations of slimmer hardware – as we’ve seen from many manufacturers… Read More »Thinner Chips Could Lead to Slim Xbox One
Android Silver, Google’s out of the box, straight up and very much restricted version of Android, designed to go straight onto phones with minimal fuss… Read More »Android Silver Shelved, Manufacturers Not Keen
In August last year Three (the mobile network, not the number) decided to remove data roaming charges in 11 countries, the US, Indonesia, Sri Lanka,… Read More »Three Drops Roaming Charges in France, Switzerland, Israel, Finland and Norway
Meanwhile, in North America (USA, Canada, etc.) Microsoft’s new Xbox One has been universally thrashed by Sony’s latest Playstation. PS4 sales have topped XBONE (Xbox… Read More »PS4 Outsells Xbox One for the 4th Month in A Row
Is WoW starting to lose its appeal with the MMORPG set?
The face of Google News will be getting some work done when some major changes to the service come into effect – initially rolling out… Read More »Google News will receive major changes – starting with US