Going by the information forwarded to the Wall Street Journal by ‘inside’ sources, Internet search giant Google would likely introduce Android-based television software to developers at the Google I/O conference to be held on May 19 and 20.
With the apparent backdrop of the argument that constant changes made by social networks like Facebook result in a substantial amount of sharing of users’ profile data with third-party websites, two non-profit groups - the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the liberal activist group MoveOn. org – have attacked Facebook’s privacy policies.
According to an updated Los Angeles Times report, the terms of the Bungie’s excusive 10-year deal with Activision are similar to the terms that the ousted Infinity Ward co-founders Jason West and Vince Zampella were seeking for ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.’
Amazon. com has announced that it will soon be releasing an upcoming software update. This update will facilitate sharing passages from e-books through Twitter and Facebook, for Kindle Users.
The software will also furnish other features such as the ability to display text messages, which has been greatly commended by the Kindle community.
On Wednesday, a McAfee Inc. security examiner said that abuse of Adobe Systems Inc.’s PDF file format soared radically last year, and is continuing to mount in 2010.
Meanwhile, Microsoft Corp. recently said that over 46% of the browser-based abuse during the latter half of 2009 was targeted at susceptibilities in the free Adobe Reader PDF viewer.
It has been reported that on May 6, Sky News is planning to officially launch its new HD channel.
On election night the new Sky News HD would be launched with a brand new HD studio and graphics on Sky Channel 517. The channel would be presented by Kay Burley, Jeremy Thompson, Eamonn Holmes and Dermot Murnaghan.