CEO Meg Whitman may be directing HP to get back in the tablet game, and the first example could be an Android device. The move to go with Google's OS is getting tongues wagging in Silicon Valley, but HP apparently wants in on an OEM trend to offer different operating systems as companies look to stay competitive in a changing computing environment.
Dropbox for iOS has just been updated to version 2.1, and with it comes a few updates that should make your Dropbox experience much more pleasant. In order to take advantage of this new Dropbox update, your mobile device has to be on iOS 5 or higher.
Before this week, you may have been forgiven for thinking of Opera as a worthy but dull fading player in the browser space. No longer. Not only has the Norwegian firm caused quite a bit of upset by dropping its own engines and frameworks in favor of WebKit, Chromium and V8, but now it’s gone and bought Skyfire for a cool $155 million.
The system combines conventional GPS signals with car-mounted sensors to pinpoint a vehicle's position within six feet of its actual location, researchers say.
IT consulting firm Sonata Software reported net profit of Rs 8 crore for third quarter of 2012-13 from a loss of Rs 7.2 million in same quarter last fiscal, registering a whopping 1,303 per cent year-on-year (YoY) growth and six percent sequentially from Rs 8.2 crore in second quarter.
Vodafone is now advising its customers to go ahead and update their iPhone 4S handsets to a new version of iOS that Apple has issued in response to problems caused by its last update.
The number of queries processed by the Russian search engine Yandex was more than for Micrsoft's Bing in both November and December 2012. Google, China's BaidThe Russia-based search Yandex has passed Microsoft's MSFT +0.97% Bing to be the world’s fourth most popular search engine in terms of the number of queries processed, according to the latest figures from comScore qSearch. Google GOOG +1.45%
What if they threw a product launch and potential customers came -- but the product didn't? That seems to be what's happened with the 128 GB model Microsoft's Surface Pro, which officially "launched" on February 9.