eBay may be forced to shut down hit VoIP client Skype over a licensing dispute which has erupted between the company and Skype’s founders.
Monthly Archives: July 2009
A patent has been unveiled showing an iPod Nano as a phone, using a dual-surface user interface to operate and allow users to control the device using their fingers.
Apple’s motto for its app store, “There’s an app for that” appears to be wearing thin over recent application issues including the removal of all Google Voice apps.
Microsoft and Yahoo are reportedly wrapping up negotiations on a deal which is expected to be announced soon, possibly within the next 24hrs sources say.
A report on the Financial Times suggests that Apple has joined forces with music labels in a bid to simulate digital albums.
What’s a girl to do with all the social networking places littering the Internet Highway? Should I tweet or bare my soul on LiveJournal? If I go to Facebook will they sell my soul or am I too old to MySpace and all that Indie music? Should I set my life to video and have my own channel at YouTube?
Microsoft’s Windows Live Messenger has come along way since its early beginnings ten years ago, including a name change.
Overseas in the United States and the UK consumers can place pre-orders now for Windows 7 – but where is our pre-order campaign?
LG has just announced its own mobile application store beta and says its not intended to be ”anew or separate business model”.
Microsoft Word 2010 Word hasn’t really changed much since 2007, sporting the same ribbon UI although it now features a new look menu called ‘Microsoft Office Backstage view’ which expands and takes up the whole window when you open it. This makes it easier to work with menu items, and brings a totally new-look UI to menu operations. It will be interesting to see the reaction to this new look menu building upon 2007 [...]