Jelly Bean now on over 10% of Android devices
Although Android is up to version 4.2 Jelly Bean, Gingerbread has been the long-running winner in terms of distribution. Although most Android users still use Gingerbread, it’s distribution has fallen below the 50-percent mark. At the same time, the number of Android devices running Jelly Bean has broke through the 10-percent threshold. This information comes via the Android Dashboard, and is the compilation of data that was gathered over the course of a two week period that ended today....
Next-gen Xbox may be unveiled at E3 2013
Hungry for rumours and speculation? Well, the latest one is all thanks to director of Xbox Live's programming department Lawrence Hryb. Thanks to a &...
Frank Lampard braced for season-end Chelsea exit: Agent
The 34-year-old Lampard is into the final months of his contract with the European champions and a new deal has yet to be agreed.
Man on trial for abusing, throwing bottle at Bolt during Olympics
The Jamaican sprinter did not hear the abuse or see a green Heineken bottle land behind the starting line, and went on to win the race in 9.63 seconds, the second-fastest time recorded.
Easily Manage Windows User Accounts with iUser
Windows offers robust User account settings and options, everything from creating a new user to managing and deleting user accounts is available under User Account settings of control panel. This should suffice casual Windows users however, for administrators managing users on several PCs may not be convenient to do it via control panel. Though there... ...
Samsung rolling out Android 4.1.2 update for Galaxy Camera
  UK users of the Samsung Galaxy Camera have started to receive the Android 4.1.2 update. The update doesn’t bring with it a slew of new features, but users have noticed a new Gallery app. The gallery app seems to be the same one found on the Samsung Galaxy Note II. Since the gallery app on the Note II is one that was well received by the users, its nice to see Samsung bring it to their other devices. No other information is available about what the update brings, but we assume s...
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Tencent Hires Peter Cheng, Former COO Of AdChina, As It Seeks To Bolster Advertising Revenue
Tencent, China’s largest Internet company by revenue, announced today that it has hired Peter Cheng, the former chief operating officer of AdChina, as the general manager of Tencent’s online media group advertising platform. Cheng will take charge of all Tencent’s advertising platform-related business and report to Liu Shengyi, the senior vice president of Tencent and president of the online media group. The move comes after Tencent warned of slowing advertising spending in the...
Teen brags on Facebook about drunken hit-and-run, gets arrested
Kicking off 2013 with a sizable amount of criminal stupidity, a teenager used Facebook to tell the world about his night of drunken reckless behavior.
Dark Souls 2 developers to increase focus on atmosphere
More information about the upcoming sequel to Dark Souls, unimaginatively named Dark Souls 2, has emerged. In an interview with 4Gamer, Dark Souls...
Google got off easy in antitrust case by pressuring regulators to relent
Many critics both large and small have been vocal about the mere wrist slapping Google received after a lengthy antitrust probe by the FTC into its practices, which are said to be harmful to its competitors. The debacle has been called a failure on the agency’s part to protect the American consumer, among other things. As it turns out, however, the FTC was relentless in its investigation, but Google was just as relentless back. At the core of the issue is whether Google’s practices...
Microsoft to make switching regions on Xbox Live accounts easier
Switching regions on an Xbox Live account has been a pain, especially in India, where the Xbox 360 debuted without Live and players were forced to make accounts with the region set to the US. Well, it now seems Microsoft is finally testing a new way...
Pakistan wants Ashes-like series with India
PCB chief Zaka Ashraf said the level of understanding between both the countries, even at the Prime Minister level, has improved and the two governments are moving in a positive way.
‘Poor guy’ Dhoni is tired, should give ODI captaincy to Kohli: Srikkanth
Former chief of selectors Kris Srikkanth also said that if people blamed the former selection panel, then he was ready to take the blame.
Corning to unveil Gorilla Glass 3 at CES 2013
  Corning, the makers of the scratch resistant Gorilla Glass for smartphones and other portable devices, has announced that they will be unveiling the third version of the Gorilla Glass at CES next week. It is a given that the third version should have improved strength. Additionally, Gorilla Glass 3 comes with tweaks at the molecular level, with the introduction of a proprietary feature called Native Damage Resistance (NDR). This feature is said to control flaws like knicks or scratch...
Tinder: Finding Traction On Campuses, Hatch Labs’ New Dating App Makes It Easy To Break The Ice
Regardless of what you think about digital dating sites, they encourage us to close our computers and get out there and meet new people. In short, they bring people together. The problem is, of course, that there are infinite variations on social and mobile dating, from compatibility engines and social, Facebook-based platforms to game-ified bracelets and live video dating. Then there are the quasi-dating, people-meeting sites like Grouper. Some work, most don’t. A new startup out of IAC&#...
Predictions state that Nokia may sell mobile division in 2013
It is the start of a new year, and everyone is busy making predictions like always. But one of the most shocking predictions comes from Forbes, which has projected that &l...
Ecuador ranked top nation for U.S., Canadian retirees
NEW YORK (Reuters) - With its low cost of living, balmy climate and cheap property prices, Ecuador has been ranked the top foreign retirement destination for North Americans for the fifth consecutive... ...
Apple rumored to be in acquisition negotiations with Waze
The rumorsphere is alight with speculation that Apple is in advanced acquisition talks with Waze, with sources saying that Apple is trying to talk the company’s price down to somewhere in the half-billion dollar range. Apple already uses Waze as a data partner with its monumentally flawed Maps application. Waze is unique in that it provides social traffic data gathered from drivers. Initially, the rumors stated simply that Apple was in talks with Waze, with neither company offering any c...
Tomas Berdych sends 'rebel' Somdev Devvarman packing from Chennai Open
An off colour Somdev, a wild card entrant and 2009 finalist, was handed a crushing 3-6, 1-6 defeat by his top seeded Czech rival in 65 minutes as he struggled to rein in his unforced errors.