After about six months of testing Buzz, Yahoo’s news aggregator service, is finally open for every one.
The timer is running out for the first model of the Google Android phone, as it is planned for late 2008, and some considerations about it are raising around the net, like the worrying that it will lack support for Microsoft Exchange.
GraphOn Corp., a software-house specialized in server-based application-publishing and Web-enabling software, filed a lawsuit against Google Inc.’s claiming the violation of four GraphOn patents on “method(s) of maintaining an automated and network-accessible database”.
Palm accidentally posted a presentation about the Palm Treo 850 on one of its web sites. Palm obviously removed it immediately, but not quickly enough to prevent the leak of the new Treo’s features.
Microsoft stated that it will reveal several details and “in-depth technical information” regarding Windows 7 to the participants of its Professional Developers Conference (PDC), scheduled for October 26-29, and at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC), scheduled for November 5-7.
Intel Corp. is releasing a new technology that will let computers to wake up from sleep when the users connect to them from over the Internet.