If you happen to live in the USA then you will no doubt know that there is a slight time delay with the Olympic broadcasting by NBC. The broadcasting corporation decided that they would not stream the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics live because their ‘award winning’ presenters needed to provide context to […]Read more "Journalist suspended over Olympic Twitter violation"
Way back in May 2010 It came to light that Google had saved up to 600 gigabytes of personal data from various unsecured wireless networks all whilst mapping roads for Google street view. Upon discovery Google was involved in legal action, various investigations and fine’s across Europe. In the UK Google were instructed to destroy […]Read more "Google violates UK data privacy law – But was honest about it"
Remember last week when we reported that Swedish website Webhallen had put up prices for the Microsoft Surface, and that it was going to cost around £1000/$1000? Well it turns out that this was incorrect. In a statement released by the Swedish website Webhallen have stated that the pricing is just a placeholder and that […]Read more "Microsoft Surface – NOT £1000/$1000"
Earlier this month Apple was ordered by a court to put a note on its UK website and purchase advertisement space in UK newspapers stating that Samsung didn’t copy Apple’s iPad design. The original hearing made by Judge Colin Birss had ruled that Apple must put up the notices for six months in the UK […]Read more "Apple may have to apologise to Samsung"
HTC have stated that the Desire HD will not be getting the 4.0 upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich. The Desire HD comes running Gingerbread (Android 2.3) and HTC say that fitting ICS on to the phone would mean repartitioning its internal space and risk overwriting personal content. HTC probably aren’t in love with the idea […]Read more "Android 4.0 ICS not coming to Desire HD"