OneMoreLevel.com has crafted a side-by-side comparison of the HTML5 and Flash Games. There’s a lot of interesting data to be found, and it’s all sourced down at the bottom, but it is fair to note that OneMoreLevel is a Flash gaming site. The Infographic starts with pointing out the total number of users playing the games – HTML5 having a few hundreds and Adobe...

Carpathia Hosting – the Virginia based company that has leased servers to the Megauplad today in collaboration with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EEF) has started a new website, megaretrieval.com, to collect the stories of legitimate users who want access to their current-inaccessible files stored with accused Megaupload. “The Electronic Frontier Foundation...

After a NY Times last week article reporting harsh working conditions at Apple’s component suppliers in China, the iPhone and iPad maker has faced a large number of criticism. Donald Trump, an American business magnate, TV personality and author – jumped into Apple-China manufacturing debate asking the Apple CEO Tim Cook to make Apple products in the U.S. On the...

As the company is facing its fourth year of losses, Japanese electronics giant Sony has announced that it has named former president of its Consumer Products and Services Group Kazuo Hirai as president and CEO, replacing Howard Stringer. The change will be effective from April 1, Sony told Bloomberg in e-mailed statement today. Stringer will become chairman of the...

Japan’s broadband company eAccess has announced that it has completed specification testing for LTE, achieving download speeds of 300Mbps – which is seven times faster than currently available via mainstream mobile services. The company offers mobile services through its eMobile brand, looking to launch data communication services over its LTE network in March this year – making the second Japanese conmapny after NTT DoCoMo to offer the 4G technology at commercial level. In November 2011 eAccess launched a trial of fourth-generation...

If you still able to memorize that last week we told you about Samsung‘s upcoming next-generation 2GHz tablets that it is likely to announce at Mobile World Congress next month. An another leak today added to that [1][2] rumor – on its not completely pointed to that announcement, but somehow notes the specifications of one of the two brand of company’s new...

LG Electronics Inc. (LG) today announced its fourth quarter 2011 earnings report. The company consolidated revenues of KRW 13.81 trillion (USD 12.05 billion) with an operating profit of KRW 23 billion (USD 20 million). Quarter-on-quarter revenue growth reflected strong performance in home entertainment and home appliances with improved operating profit in the mobile and TV businesses. Q4 2011 Results and Highlights: LG Home Entertainment Company shipped a record high 8.8 million flat panel TVs from October to December, increasing revenues...

The world’s largest social networking site Facebook as is preparing for its giant and one of the biggest IPOs ever – the company is coming under the similar patent lawsuits attacks as it is earlier being waged by other tech companies in the past. According to Reuters, Facebook was named as a defendant in total of 22 lawsuits accusing it of patents infringement – which is double the number from previous year 2010. The attacks against Facebook strongly signals that social media is a new frontier in the Silicon Valley patent wars. The...

Have you ever wondered a bin whose screens will display news from the Economist and stock quotes – if you not, then start thinking again as London got its first 25 units of such “Smart Bin” across the metropolis. Built by Renew, the bins are installed on the streets of London city with two LCD screens on its sides. The number right now is only 25 but the city...

A bug on Facebook stating “This group is scheduled to be archived” has caused a significant percentage of world’s largest social network users to see a message on atop their news feed. The message is only belongs on old group set up prior to October 2010 which the company is migrating to the new format used today. Facebook has started notifying admins of old...