The mobile web browser of Opera Software, the Opera Mini has reached another milestone on July 25, 2010 by registering one billion pages view per day.
The Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IIT-M) will have a detailed master plan for the proposed capacity expansion at its campus in order to increase its student strength as directed by the central government, by August, M. S. Ananth Director, IIT-M wrote in the institute's annual report.
Amazon. com appears to be in pursuit of an aggressive pricing policy after it announced a new modified Kindle priced at just $139 for Wi-Fi only edition and $189 for the addition of 3G connectivity.
The debate over the privacy relating to public and private data online has once again been ignited by the release of user details of about a fifth of social networking site, Facebook's total subscribers by a security consultant.
Foxconn International Holdings has resumed production activities at its factory situated near the south Indian city of Chennai.
Canada based Research in Motion (RIM) which is the maker of popular BlackBerry family of smartphones might be getting ready to launch its own tablet computer called ‘BlackPad’ in November this year to compete with Apple’s iPad and others.
Like the honey bee trailing the flower as like the mobile applications trail the location-based public assertion.
Well there isn’t any surprise then those canny Android manufactures Little Fluffy Toys have tapped up a thingamajig to pursue on the way paved by the London mayor Boris Johnson's roll out of the Barclays Cycle Hire scheme.