An Android’s 4.0.4 version just cropped up for the CDMA/LTE Galaxy Nexus from Verizon, which earlier geared up specifically for Sprint’s Nexus S 4G. Since the version is available only for those users who’ve unlocked their bootloader. According to Android Police “Users on several forums are saying they’ve received prompts to download and install new updates...

The software giant, Microsoft has announced that its employee giving campaign helped to raise $100.5 million last year, donating money to more than 18,000 community organisations in the US and around the world. With this milestone, Microsoft employees have now raised more than $946 million for nonprofits and community organizations since the company’s giving program started in 1983. Each year, every full-time employee at Microsoft in the U.S. receives a $12,000 corporate matching gift that matches volunteer time ($17 per hour) or...

After a long, excited as well as tense wait, Facebook filled S-1 papers to raise $5 billion in its initial public offering of stock. With this much funds the company would be valued approx. $75 billion and with reportedly had more than 425 million mobile MAUs in December 2011. A small piece of news hit the market suggesting that the social networking giant is looking to introduce mobile payments and operator billing for which it has signed an agreement with Bango. The deals terms are not being disclosed yet. Bango provides the technology...

When HP reportedly moving towards ending its TouchPad stock in a $99 fire sale last year, the company mistakenly sent a few tablets running an older version of Android to customers, pointing the fact that it had tested the platforms within its lab, drawing huge attention of the hacker community, webOSNation reported. The company has sent its Android test kernel to...

Nokia has today announced planned changes at its factories in Hungary, Mexico and Finland. The measures, which put an impact on approximately 4000 employees, follow a review of smartphone manufacturing operations that Nokia announced last September and aim to increase the company’s competitiveness in the diverse global mobile device market. “With the planned changes, our factories at Komarom, Reynosa and Salo will continue to play an important role serving our smartphone customers. They give us a unique ability to both provide...

In order to release a version of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) that is safer for kids to user, Microsoft has teamed up with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center (CEOP) to launch a child-friendly version. The browser has one-click access for Windows users to useful sites such as CEOP.police.uk and thinkuknow.co.uk and makes use of the IE9 and Windows 7...

A new version of Google Voice just rolled out for Android users, bringing an Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) styled icon and user interface, along with another couple of changes. The new version also includes a feature knows as asynchronous SMS, which is many of us curious to know – the feature allows you to queue up messages for later delivery when you happen to be without...

With the announcement of Olympus much awaited and most impressive next generation “OM-D” camera, the company also revealed [1][2] two new fixed lens model – the durable TOUGH TG-820 iHS and the long zoom SZ-31MR iHS. The Olympus digital camera TOUGH TG-820 iHS that sets a new benchmark for Waterproof, Shockproof, Freezeproof, Crushproof and Dustproof performance....

With the much awaited Olympus next generation camera wait finally gets over ending all the rumors true and false to end, the company announced the OM-D, featuring the world’s first*1 5-axis image stabilisation (IS) system to eliminate blur in stills and movies. The camera’s innovative new 16.1 megapixel high-resolution Live MOS Sensor works in tandem with the...

We already seen that the Finish mobile maker Nokia has hits the smartphone sale to 19.6 million units and as on the same term the company leads the way in terms of mobile web browsing too. That’s according to the latest report from StatCounter, which found that Nokia handsets accounts for about 40 percent of the world’s mobile browsing, followed by Apple, at around 29 percent. According to analytics firm StatCounter, mobile users accessing the web has almost doubled since 2009. StatCounter in its latest report says, “Global...