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Here’s What Happen On Internet Every 60(Sixty) Seconds

World Wide Web (WWW) is easily one of the greatest things since sliced bread. Since Tim Berners-Lee played with hypertext (and subsequently web’s http) in 1980, the world has been changed beyond imagination. Investors, traders, speculators and average-Joes for the first time can buy and sell stocks online and access latest information real-time. Of course […]

... written on Dec 28 2011

World’s First Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet At $99

Dell has announced the death of the company’s Android tablet – the Streak 7 is no longer available. It’s not surprising that Dell, the first major company to introduce a tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad, is quitting the tablet market. While Apple’s iPhone is having a tough competition with Android smartphones, the same cannot […]

... written on Dec 06 2011

iPhone 4 Caught Fire In A Flight – Steve Jobs’ Anger?

More than four months ago Jarrod McKinney’s jaw almost drops from the sky, when he discovered later that his iPhone still works after the gadget survived a fall from 13,500 feet. Apparently while he was skydiving, the iPhone slipped out of his pocket because he had forgotten to zip up his skydiving pants. McKinney later […]

... written on Nov 29 2011

Steps – How To Install iOS 5, With Minimal Problems

Apple’s much awaited iOS 5 is finally here and the passing away of Steve Jobs is still being felt especially when you think about the iCloud thingy (Steve is up there somewhere in the clouds). This is a major iOS upgrade since Steve’s passing so naturally iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users scrambled to update […]

... written on Oct 13 2011

Tributes To Steve Jobs, Record Tweets & Cool Cartoons

The world remembers and mourns Steve Jobs, in a huge waves, and it would probably hit some smashing records with leaders around the world expressed their condolences and gratitude over Facebook, Twitter and media. It was simply mind-boggling judging by the massive outpouring of tributes. Traffic was so jam that Twitter dispatched its famous “fail […]

... written on Oct 07 2011

Steve Jobs, 56, Edison of 21st Century, Has Died

Slightly more than a month ago when Steve Jobs resigned as Apple CEO, I wrote an article (read here) speculating, guessing, or whatever you wish to call it, that the legendary Steve Jobs could be dying. This evening, Apple Inc. founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, 56, has passed away. Steve Jobs’ family said the […]

... written on Oct 06 2011

Folks, No iPhone 5, Only iPhone 4S and 3GS is FREE

Apple Inc.’s stock tumbled by more than 5%, before staging a late recovery – that’s how disappointed investors were when it was revealed that there won’t be any iPhone 5 at all, at least not this year. It had been 16 months since the previous iPhone hit the market hence the extremely high expectation for […]

... written on Oct 05 2011

Apple CEO Steve Jobs Resigned, Is He Dying?

Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple on Wednesday, 25 Aug 2011, a company he co-founded in his garage 35 years ago. The company wasted no time in naming its COO (chief operating officer), Tim Cook, as the new CEO but that was not enough to calm the market in after-hours trading when the stock […]

... written on Aug 25 2011

Google Buys Motorola for $12.5B To Rival Apple iPhone

In a surprising acquisition move, Google Inc. announced it is buying cell phone maker Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. for a cool US$12.5 billion in cash. This is Google’s biggest acquisition, easily dwarfs previous biggest deal in 2008 when it purchased DoubleClick for US$3.2 billion. Google will pay a whopping $40 a share for Motorola Mobility, […]

... written on Aug 16 2011

Bye Exxon, Apple is World’s Most Valuable Company

Finally, Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL, stock) is now officially the world’s most valuable company after the iPhone maker surpassed Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM, stock) early in the trading Wednesday, 10 Aug 2011, till the closing bell. Apple’s market capitalization is a whopping US$ 337.17 billion compared to Exxon Mobil’s US$ 330.77 billion. Indeed it […]

... written on Aug 11 2011

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