Samsung Galaxy S3 to be unveiled on May 3 in London

“Come and meet the next Galaxy” says the Samsung invite. The invite is for the unveiling of the Galaxy S3 which is a successor to the successful Galaxy S2. Earlier, this month a leaked invite hinted at a May 22 event by the company which was considered to be the unveiling of Galaxy S3 but … Continue reading

Indian man reunites with long-lost mother via Google Earth

Saroo Brierle, who was separated from his family at the age of 5, tracked down the name of his village and found it on Google Earth to reunite with his mother. Google Earth has proven to be a very helpful software for many, as it is used by Governments, Rescue teams in different countries and … Continue reading

Samsung sold 92 million phones, overtakes Nokia in phone sales

Samsung, the Korean electronic giant has dethroned Nokia from the top phone seller. Yes, Nokia who was the previous top phone seller is now at the second spot because Samsung sold 92 million handsets (shipped) in Q1 for 2012 whereas Nokia was left behind at 83 million of which 71 million are low-end devices and … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy S3 release date revealed in a leaked press invite

The best Android Smartphone maker Samsung has unveiled its upcoming and the most talked about phone in the market (after iPhone 5). Samsung’s line of Galaxy Smartphones has been a hit around the world and now the legend has to continue so the company is coming out with Galaxy S3. CNET reached out to the … Continue reading

Apple earns $70,000 daily just from Newsstand

A new study shows that Apple is raking in $70,000 daily from Newsstand. The study, conducted by Distimo says that the top 100 publications brought in this much, and only from the United States. The most money came in from News Corp’s The Daily, followed by the New York Times and The New Yorker Magazine. … Continue reading

Symantec paid ‘Anonymous’ Hackers $50,000 to keep source code private

In a confirmation to CNET, Symantec paid $50,000 to hacker group Anonymous to keep the source code from its Security products off the Internet and reportedly they used a Gmail address. A Symantec employee negotiated payment with a hacker named Yamatough, which is also a Twitter handle of a person who previously threatened to make the source code … Continue reading

Microsoft removed Start button from Windows 8

I just read it on CNET that Microsoft has removed the Start button from Windows 8. Start button has been a part of Microsoft’s OS since Inception but not anymore. I don’t know whether this is a good move by the company or not but i am a little sad over this because i liked … Continue reading