Category Archives: news
(click picture to embiggen) Apparently, no one is safe from the Google spam filter.
Trust Australians to take a frivolous and whimsical web service that was starting to take itself too seriously and get really immature with it. :D Bless each and every ███████ one of you, you █████!
… Is Facebook doomed? – Scobleizer … Facebook fatigue – visitors level off in the US – Techcrunch … Facebook’s UK usership drops . Just temporary? – Mashable! … Like, Facebook is so over, dude – mathewingram.com/work … and the … Continue reading
Part way into the new year is usually a pretty good time to reflect back upon the predictions made for the upcoming months. With a bit of luck last year’s hype has begun to fade away and some patterns of … Continue reading
The Commentariat can’t decide if Google’s Android mobile phone operating system is gathering steam or lagging behind. Warfare is declared between a mobile browser that doesn’t even have an alpha and a much loved but cut down version of a … Continue reading
The post-Christmas sales are always an excellent place to pick up a bargain to two. A sneak peak into the Backpack pages of some of tech’s leading lights yielded some surprising results… http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/02/01/wow-microsoft-offers-446-billion-to-acquire-yahoo/ http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=176060&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1102509 http://radar.oreilly.com/archives/2008/01/sun_acquires_mysql.html
Yahoo! is rumoured to soon set the DRM shackles free. last.fm successfully did, but you can only hear tracks by three. The media was so pumped up it ignored imeem who a month ago convinced the Big 4 to stream. … Continue reading
No 3G iPhone. No sub-notebook/tablet/12" Powerbook. No Blu-Ray drives. Randy Newman. Markets plummet in US, Europe and Asia/Pacific (red lines denote approximate local time when Steve Jobs delivered the Macworld 08 Keynote). Coincidence? You decide. … Continue reading