Metro-style Xbox 360 Dashboard 2011 Update leaks (video)

Microsoft’s new Metro-style Xbox 360 Dashboard 2011 Update, which was demoed earlier this year at E3, has been caught being browsed through in a leaked video (below) posted on YouTube by a user named ivazques71. In the video, the user goes through almost all of the next Xbox Dashboard’s menus to show us how it is … Continue reading “Metro-style Xbox 360 Dashboard 2011 Update leaks (video)”

Microsoft demonstrates Windows 8 tablet concept

Microsoft demoed an early version of its next-generation Windows 8 operating system running on a concept tablet at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference presentation held last week. The company briefly showed off the mysterious tablet, which touted a user interface that looks very similar to the Redmond giant’s mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7, however immediately squashing claims of … Continue reading “Microsoft demonstrates Windows 8 tablet concept”

Hacked! China warns Google to back off or bear the brunt

In a classic case of Whodunit, China has warned Google to stay within their limits or suffer, after Google, who noticed quite a few gmail accounts being hacked, accused China of the unholy act. The Asian giant denied indulging into any act of hacking and suggested Google is playing a risky game by blaming them, which … Continue reading “Hacked! China warns Google to back off or bear the brunt”

Google versus Apple just gets bigger and better!

Such is the war raging between these two giants that there is no need for anyone to explain what this is all about. And in the last few years, the battle has just picked up. The ultimate aim: to get one better over the other and to rule the rest! Day two of the Google … Continue reading “Google versus Apple just gets bigger and better!”

Apple Shocker: WiFi iPads with NO WiFi

Comments like “Not spending $500 on something I cant even use. Its going back tomorrow” are already doing the rounds in Apple’s forum. Just a day after the Apple iPad reached consumers, the complaints are already soaring in. The main reason attracting consumer anger: a very weak, and sometimes even NO, WiFi signal detected by … Continue reading “Apple Shocker: WiFi iPads with NO WiFi”

City ‘renamed’ Google to lure Google

An American city, Topeka, has renamed itself “Google” for a month, as it bids for the chance to host the search engine’s new high-speed broadband network. The city, the capital of Kansas, will unofficially be known as “Google, Kansas – the capital city of fibre optics” during March. Officials in the town, which has a … Continue reading “City ‘renamed’ Google to lure Google”


Intel’s latest financial filing with the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) reveals that the company was a major target in a sophisticated hacking attack in January, a risk not previously cited in the company’s quarterly filings. “One recent and sophisticated incident occurred in January 2010 around the same time as the recently publicized security incident … Continue reading “Intel HACKED!”