Apple earlier this month acquired Israel based flash memory maker company Anobit – at that time it is speculated that Apple plans to set its development center in Israel focusing on to gain access to its technology. But today business daily Calcalist is claiming that the company will open a research center there by the end of February. The company reportedly received “several hundred of resumes” for various engineering positions. Specifically, Apple is seeking hardware engineers in chip development area with strong emphasis on...

Have you ever wondered food and Facebook credits go side by side? A new startup name Plink announced a Facebook-credit based loyalty program tomorrow, partnering with chains including the loveable foodies companies – Dunkin’ Donuts, Red Robin and Taco Bell. Users join Plink by logging on with their social network identities and securely registering their credit/debit...

According to 9to5 Mac, Foxconn worker in China told them that the next edition of iPhone – the iPhone5, is gearing up for production and will be in the market by March. The report confirmed that various sample devices rumors are spread all around. Possible “iPhone 5” Specifications: 4+ inch display (made by LG on at least one of them). No teardrop-shaped...

In a new tug of war between Motorola Mobility and Apple, Motorola Mobility has filed a new lawsuit against Apple Inc accusing the company for infringing its technology patents in a Florida federal court on Wednesday. Motorola Mobility, which runs its phones on Google android software, is seeking regulatory approval to be bought by Google Inc. Motorola said, “It was suing the iPhone maker for infringing six of its patents involving technologies related to wireless antennae, software, messaging and data filtering.” The company also...

Facebook has announced that thousands of journalists now use Facebook’s Subscribe feature, including 50 reporters from The New York Times and 90 from the Washington Post.  The feature launched four months back in a target to weaken Twitter’s look-alike subscribe feature. Subscriber has enabled mainly the journalist’s community of viewers and readers to get...

Hope you still remember the HP webOS – the company yesterday announced that webOS would continue to live on as an open source project. Last year in December, HP announced that webOS would be made available under an open source license. Taking the next step, company released Enyo, a JavaScript app framework, which allow developers to distribute their Enyo-based webOS apps across other platforms. According to HP webOS developer relations blog, company first contribution towards Enyo is by releasing its initial open source version Enyo...

Finnish mobile phone maker, Nokia announced that company has reached on its most significant milestones in its history with the sale of its 1.5 billionth series 40 mobile phone. The first S40 was sold in 1999 resulting in Nokia’s commercial success for years. The 1.5 billionth phone was a Nokia Asha 303, a stunning touch screen handset QWERTY keypad designed for web browsing, social networking and gaming, that features pre-installed entertainment and applications. The 1.5 billionth device was purchased by Mayara Rodrigues from a Magazine...

If European Union proposed “data protection law” comes into existence, than firms have to face being fined up to 2% of their global annual turnover if they found breaching the proposed EU data laws. The EU has put forward the suggestion as part of a new directive and regulations. The new rules include users’ “right to be forgotten” and an obligation...

Facebook – the world’s largest social networking website was down yesterday (Pacific Time). The Hacker Group Anonymous after the takedown of content sharing website Megaupload attacked many of government and big companies website. In their recent outrage, according to the video on YouTube said that hacker group threatens Facebook January 28. However the AnonOps...

According to BGR, AT&T starting from March 18 will sell the Microsoft Windows Phones based Nokia Lumia 900 smart phone on a bang away price of $99.99 with a two year contract. The site revealed that they got the smartphone release information from the trusted source. BGR point out that the bigger news is the phone’s price – that both AT&T and Nokia are planning to charge a mere $99.99 on a two month contract basis – would probably result in a “game changer” scenario for Windows phone. The news itself is impressive –...