HTC's latest android offering, the Desire, has lured a lot of attention in the last few months, nearly all of it is positive, but a minor lapse by Google and HTC has managed to weaken a huge selling point of Android, the app market.
It appears that unbranded HTC Desire cellphones sold at retail are not able to access guarded applications in the Android market.
Popular social networking site, Facebook and software giant, Microsoft have declared a deal to allow Facebook users team up on producing documents online with the online edition of Office 2010.
The Facebook for Docs application, declared by Mark Zuckerberg at the F8 developer's meeting in San Francisco, is still in beta.
Many are considering Apple's latest offering, the iPad not as the world's next laptop, but as the world's first couchtop.
When Apple declared in January that it would be selling a tablet dubbed the iPad, a question that was asked by many writers was if the new gadget would become a laptop alternate.
The project executive for Adobe Flash stated that his corporation is not going to develop apps for iPhones and will be concentrating its efforts on Android.
Mike Chambers stated that the corporation will still distribute its iPhone packager with Creative Suite 5, which permits developers to build iPhone apps in Flash and convert them for the iPhone.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) has already been enhanced under public demands.
The MPAA likes ACTA. They think that it signifies a solid building block, a significant step towards the work of similar-minded Governments to fortify defense against Internet piracy, the quickest rising danger to filmed entertainment and other sections of the patent industries.
Sony Corp., the manufacturer of the PlayStation 3 video game console is planning to stream live Major League Baseball games over the Web to its equipments in order to increase its on-line offerings and draw attention of users who are not game freaks.
The firm is planning an update for the console software to facilitate streaming on its present machines.
If reports are to be believed, Hulu could be turning into a paid service by the coming month. Even though no official announcement has been made by the company, reports peg the rate of monthly subscription at $9.95. By paying this flat amount users may be able to watch the old episodes of their favorite shows.