Report: ABC working on mobile app for streaming live programming
Currently being developed by ABC, the network is working on the creation of a mobile application that will allow subscribers to catch programming live without having to be in front of the television.
Draw Something 2 confirmed
...via a tweet from Ryan Seacrest. Draw Something 2 has been confirmed, following the huge success of its predecessor. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesMajor Aliens: Colonial Marines PC update improves visuals, enemy AIFez hits Steam May 1, creator 'working with Sony' on Vita versionTeam Fortress 2 to get Oculus Rift supportOrigin security flaw could lead to PC hijackingEA to release 16 titles for Samsung Galaxy S4...
Next Nexus phone could have a Nikon ‘triple sensor’
Rumours of the next Nexus smartphone are picking up speed, just as Google I/O comes closer. The May event is widely expected to be the stage for Google to show off the next version of Android, 5.0 Key Lime Pie. So obviously there are some murmurs......
Chaturvedi replaces Chautala as President of Table Tennis Federation
Elected for four years, Chaturvedi was the senior vice-president of the federation, and replaces Chautala, whose third term at the helm ended recently.
Heat beat Boston 105-103 for 23rd win in a row
It's the second-longest winning streak in NBA history, trailing only the 33 in a row won by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers.
ZyXEL launches N300 Gigabit NetUSB wireless router at Rs. 10,600
  ZyXEL Communications has launched the new NBG4615 v2 Wireless N300 Gigabit NetUSB Router, with an MRP of Rs. 10,600. According to the company, the NBG4615 v2 Wireless N300 Gigabit NetUSB Router has some excellent features, such as easily connecting to multiple laptops and PC's through the router, and wirelessly sharing files, etc. The router is already available on retail shelves. Speaking on the launch, Mr Madhukar Swayambhu, Sales Head India and SAARC region, ZyXEL said: &ldquo...
Microsoft Opens Online Flagship Store On Tmall, The ‘Amazon Of China'
Microsoft launched its flagship online store in China today on Tmall.com, in a move that could help bolster the market share of its hardware, including tablets and smartphones in that country. Operated by Alibaba Group, Tmall.com is China’s largest consumer e-commerce platform, with more than 50,000 merchants. According to market research firm Euromonitor, Tmall is set to overtake Amazon by 2015 as the largest Internet retailer in the world. Microsoft’s Tmall site follows Microsofts...
The Washington Post will roll out a paywall this summer
Looking for a new way to generate online revenue beyond traditional digital advertising, the Washington Post is finally taking steps to create and launch an online paywall later this year.
Next Nexus phone could have a Nikon ‘triple sensor’
Rumours of the next Nexus smartphone are picking up speed, just as Google I/O comes closer. The May event is widely expected to be the stage for Google to show off the next version of Android, 5.0 Key Lime Pie. So obviously there are some murmurs......
Richard Garriot starts Kickstarter campaign for spiritual successor to Ultima
Fans of the Ultima series now finally have a reason to rejoice. Series creator Richard Garriot, aka Lord British, has started a Kickstart...
After defeat, Aus coach Arthur deletes Twitter account
Beleaguered Australian cricket coach Mickey Arthur today deleted his Twitter account after being continuously ridiculed by fans.
Karbonn A3 and A4 entry-level Gingerbread-based smartphones launched
  Karbonn’s entry level Android powered smartphone portfolio has expanded with the launch of the A3 and the A4. Both the smartphones run on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. The Karbonn A3 is a dual-SIM smartphone and has a 3.5-inch HVGA display. Under the hood, a 1GHz processor along with 512MB of RAM powers it. The rear of the device has a 3MP camera and the front has a VGA camera for video calling. It has a mere 512MB of built-in storage expandable via a microSD card. The smartp...
Bowers & Wilkins Intros The Zeppelin Air And Z2 Wireless Speakers With iPhone 5 Owners In Mind
Bowers & Wilkin’s Zeppelin speaker is one of its best products, but as times evolve, so does the company and its products. That’s why the British Speaker manufacturer is introducing the Zeppelin Air wireless speaker and the brand new Z2. Not too long ago, B&W released the A5 and A7 speakers, for consumers who are truly wireless. Neither speaker has a dock of any kind, but rather stream music wirelessly through Apple’s AirPlay. But with the A line, B&W realized that...
The New Salesforce.com CRM Platform Is Chatter And It's Made For Mobile
Salesforce.com released an update to Chatter today that is designed specifically for mobile devices and represents the company’s next generation CRM platform. Chatter, the company’s activity stream service that it launched in 2010, now has the capability for a customer to access records, edit them and take action on an account, all from a mobile device. It essentially brings CRM to the customer’s mobile phone, iPad or tablet. The updated app is now available in the Apple App St...
How to watch March Madness online
Wondering how you can catch all the March Madness action while you're away from your TV? Check out this quick guide to get the 411.
Promoting developer ecosystem in India is key, says Microsoft
Microsoft is promoting a developer ecosystem by empowering its about 1,000 independent software vendors (ISVs) in India with tools, technologies and training to compete in a global marketplace."We have played a big role in developing high-end skills ...
Starc heads home for ankle surgery, ruled out of fourth Test
The left-arm pacer has picked up just two wickets in the couple of matches he played in the series but has impressed with the bat, including a personal best of 99 in the third Test at Mohali.
More woes for Australia: Mitchell Starc flies home with ankle injury
Australia coach Mickey Arthur said Starc could have played on despite injury but that would have aggravated the problem.
1Q Global PC Shipments Will Be Even Worse Than Expected, Thanks To Slowness In China, Says IDC
Global PC shipments are expected to decline even more due to slower-than-expected growth in China, the world’s top PC market, during the first quarter of 2013, according to new data released by IDC. 1Q shipments will decline by 7.7 percent, two percentage points more than what IDC had expected as vendors and the supply chain adjust to the Windows 8 transition. Furthermore, unless PC makers come out with competitive new products with pricing comparable to tablets, shipments are likely to d...
Beckham remains on top of France Football magazine's best-paid list
Beckham, who left the Los Angeles Galaxy for PSG in January, is reported to have earned an annual salary of 1.7 million euros, with his income supplemented by 1.3 million euros in bonuses and some 33 million euros from other sources, including advertising deals.