Tag Archives: Company News

Investor set now front-runner in bid for MySpace?

Jun 10th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,434 views |Comments Off

According to a amount of reports, an investor set has now turn into the front-runner with the bid for struggling interpersonal system MySpace.

News Corp, the latest seller of the service, is searching to sell a vast majority stake through the end of the fiscal year, June 30th. Read More »

Apple Launches iCloud, iTunes Match, Dubbed “Piracy Amnesty”

Jun 09th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,606 views |Comments Off

Apple today launched their new iCloud provider at the yearly WWDC event, and whilst a lot of the focus was on the free service’s ability to sync your private information and files on multiple Apple devices, via the Internet, the feature gaining the most attention has being “iTunes Match”, the provider that some have dubbed as a “piracy amnesty program”. Read More »

Google, Facebook test IPv6 web upgrade

Jun 08th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,715 views |Comments Off

Wednesday is globe IPv6 Day, a clunky name for an experiment that should be invisible to web surfers but plays a critical role in keeping the web operating smoothly.

One of the Net’s foundational layers is the web Protocol, a worldwide communications traditional utilized for linking attached devices together. every networked produc Read More »

Sony pics confirmed it was hacked by LulzSec

Jun 07th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,489 views |Comments Off

Earlier this month we reported the fact that hacking group that took straight down PBS experienced hacked Sony and posted the information online, adding an additional chapter to the extended saga of security breaches which have plagued the organization considering that April. Read More »

Google killing off support for old browsers

Jun 07th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,259 views |Comments Off

Starting on August 1st, search engines will decrease support for old browsers.

Such browsers include internet Explorer six and 7, Safari 3 and Firefox 3.5 (or lower).

If you choose to not upgrade (or cannot), search engines says unfortunately:“ Read More »

Microsoft to kill off house windows cellular six support next month

Jun 07th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,376 views |Comments Off

Microsoft has confirmed that it will be killing off support for house windows cellular 6.x cell phones starting on July 15th.

Developers can still create apps for the WM6 marketplace and users will be in a location to obtain them forever, or until the marketplace is shut down. Read More »

Twitter prepared to introduce photo-sharing service?

Jun 01st, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,351 views |Comments Off

Twitter may be ready to introduce its own photo-sharing provider as earlier as this week, say multiple reports.

The provider will be announced tomorrow at the D9 Conference in California, with CEO Dick Costolo as keynote speaker.

Currently, there are several competing photo services for Twitter, with the most popular becoming TwitPic, Lockerz and Yfrog. Read More »

Sony NGP to get named ‘PS Vita’?

May 30th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,797 views |Comments Off

The latest rumor, and “confirmed” by a few photos, is that Sony will name their upcoming NGP handheld “PlayStation Vita.”

Vita is the Latin phrase for “Life,” which could completely be a acceptable name to the system.

Additionally, psvita.com has a similar technical make contact with as psp.com, Sony. Read More »

Apple to integrate Twitter directly into iOS 5?

May 30th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,541 views |Comments Off

Although unconfirmed, it appears that Apple may well be prepared to integrate Twitter directly into its upcoming iOS 5 cell operating system.

By immediate integration, the places say iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch end users will get a “Send To Twitter” key producing sharing content as easy as a single tap. Read More »

Sony can not ensure the PSN will not be hacked again

May 30th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,583 views |Comments Off

In a open letter sent to members of Congress this week, Sony computer amusement boss Kaz Hirai has mentioned that he cannot ensure the PlayStation community will not be hacked once again regardless of new plan modifications and additional safety measures. Read More »