MIT Center for Mobile Learning unveiled

August 17, 2011

MIT Center for Mobile Learning

The MIT Center for Mobile Learning has just been launched together with Google. The center will be a place for learning and education through mobile computing and its various innovations. It will also work with the App Inventor for Android and will have three MIT professors namely Hal Abelson (Professor of Computer Science and Engineering) Eric Klopfer (science education), and Mitchel Resnick (media arts and sciences) running the learning program. Read more

Motorola Droid Bionic arriving this September

August 1, 2011

Motorola Droid Bionic

Motorola recently confirmed that the Motorola Droid Bionic will arrive this coming September. That is according to Sanjay Jha, Motorola CEO, who shared the information with CNET. Read more

Hotmail Bans Weak Passwords, Adds More Security Precautions

July 19, 2011

Microsoft today announced that it is banning Hotmail users from using weak, unsecure, and common passwords like “password” or “123456″, that are very easy for hackers to crack. Read more

WP7 Connector lets you control your home server with your phone

July 18, 2011

Have a Windows Home Server 2011 machine? If you happen to have one and have a Windows Phone 7 at the same time, then there’s a new thing called Windows Server Solutions Phone Connector. Read more

North American Nintendo 3DS Users Get Netflix Streaming

July 14, 2011

3DS units in North America which has the June 6th update installed will now get a Netflix app from the eShop enabling them to stream Netflux content on their handhelds. First announced in May, this release is a part of Netflix’s plan of making its apps available in wider platforms. This is also Nintendo wanting to brand the 3DS as more than just a gaming device, but to be able to enjoy Netflix on the 3DS, users will still need subscription. Read more

Not-So-Extreme Makeover Android Market Edition Brings New UI, More Discovery Options

July 13, 2011


Starting today, Android users running at least 2.2 version of the OS will get a new version of the Android Market on all their handsets. Read more

Fujitsu intros new color e-paper module

July 12, 2011

Fujitsu e-paper module

Recently at the International Digital Publishing Expo, Fujitsu showed of a new cholesteric LCD color digital paper module. This new e-paper module is one of the latest from the company that boasts of having better color replication range, contrast, and brightness as described. Read more

RIM’s BlackBerry Bold 990 due this September

July 12, 2011

RIM BlackBerry Bold 9900

Recently passed through the FCC is RIM’s BlackBerry Bold 9900. The smartphone is due for a summer release as it was announced last May. An FCC visit means the phone is coming very soon. Read more

HP TouchPad parts estimated to cost only $328

July 8, 2011

HP TouchPad

The 32GB Touchpad may be presently going for $600 but isuppli discovered that it only costs $328 to build the webOS tablet. This is after the group stripped down the parts of the Touchpad and made an inspection Read more

Facebook Vibes Code hints on a future music service?

July 8, 2011

Facebook Vibes Code

Facebook is said to be working on a new music service. That is, if we are to believe software developer Jeff Rose’s discovery when he was checking on the new Facebook Video Calling feature. Read more