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 Last Updated on Mon 09/04/2012 at 8:00 PM

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  • Researchers Create Quantum Computer in Diamond 
  • Soon you can drink your toilet waste water! British scientists claim they are developing a unique device which can turn used toilet waste into drinking water. A team at Manchester University, led by Sarah Haigh, says the innovation -- which has been funded by billionaire Bill Gates
  • Bharti Airtel to launch 4G services in India
  • Facebook buys Instagram photo sharing network for $1bn
  • Spam floods mobile phones in China
  • Apple's next iPhone predicted to have redesigned 'sleek' unibody case
  • Apple Reveals Surround Sound System for Future MacBook Pro
  • Govt to track BPL insurance beneficiaries with mobile numbers
  • Polycom Launches RealPresence Mobile. Mobile for smartphones allowing users to connect with other standards-based video systems including immersive video rooms, grop/desktop systems, laptops, tablets, and smartphones in HD quality.
  • Opera is World’s Most Popular Mobile Browser and Android Robot is on 2nd position. (Report: StatCounter)
  • Huawei Aims To Ship 60 Million Smartphones In 2012
  • BSNL introduced a new low cost tablet bundled with its connection. BSNL tablet, Penta IS701R, is manufactured by Noida based Pantel Technologies, is a Wifi model, and is priced at Rs 3,250.
  • Apple unveils new iPad with high-definition screen. The new iPad - which is simply called by that name - also features a 5-megapixel camera sensor. It will be able to run on 4G LTE networks where the service is available and can act as a wi-fi hotspot for other devices if carriers allow the function.
  • Intel unveils cloud-focused Xeon line. The company's Xeon E5-2600 family of processors delivers up to 80 per cent better performance than previous platforms while consuming less energy, Diane Bryant, in charge of Intel's data centre business, told reporters.
  • China unveils another Supercomputer but not its fastest. The Tianhe-1 is based on the technology used by Tianhe-1 A, briefly the world's most powerful Supercomputer
  • Cisco adds tools to scale wide-area video
  • US Army wants soldiers to have advanced smartphones, wireless technology
  • Intel adds sensors to aid data center cooling
  • Box.net adds Google Docs integration
  • Microsoft plans big Skype/Lync integration
  • Microsoft beeps up Outlook-to-Hotmail Security
  • Microsoft matches Google Docs with collaboration in World Web App
  • Microsoft's aversion to iOS and Android give Quick Office a chance
  • Microsoft Windows 8 will work on todays's Windows 7 PCs
  • Microsoft redesigns Windows logo. Microsoft Friday announced that it was redesigning the logo of Windows software, making a fundamental change to the iconic four-colour Windows logo users have been used to for 20 years. 
  • Microsoft to retire office XP, Vista SP1 next
  • Microsoft offers developers early access to Windows phone Mango
  • Microsoft Hyper-V now supports Linux-based CentOS
  • Windows 8 will be debut in 2012
  • Windows XP, Vista AutoRun update reduces malware infections by 82 percent.
  • Google Orkut will co-exist with Google+
  • Google+ hit with spam bug
  • Google+ invites re-open to double user base
  • Google dealing with privacy bugs in Google+
  • Google patches 7 bugs in Chrome browser
  • Google+ could be Google's latest enterprise weapon
  • Google shut down Realtime Search
  • Google Business version of Google+ is coming
  • Google updates Android Market client to better showcase apps
  • Google to developers to stay tuned for Google+ tools
  • Google releases Video chat source code. Google has released the code for WebRTC, a voice and video code for the web
  • Google Apps to cut off support  to older support. The search giant is eliminating support for several browsers, including Internet Explorer 7
  • Google buys admeld
  • Yahoo makes new email available to all users. The new version email platform lets users to do more, like respond to Facebook and Twitter posts from within the email service
  • Android update tackles apps resizing for tablets
  • Android fans flocking to iPad for tablet fix
  • HP, Toshiba collaborate on cloud computing
  • HP calls Oracle's security claim a'cheap shot'
  • HP announces TouchPad 4G with AT&T
  • HP launches IT Executive scorecard software
  • HP announces laptops with new AMD Llyno chips. The new pavilion and ProBook laptops have dual- and quad-core A-series chip.
  • 3G tablet sales very slow, analyst says
  • Ballmer admits Windows phone 7 is not successful
  • Broadcom chip to accelerate FCoE
  • W3C seeks to invalidate Apple patents tied to HTML5
  • F5 releases two new storage virtualization appliances
  • Polycom unveils videoconferencing system that supports Lync
  • Oracle ships Java 7 RC. The new version of Java Standard Edition will feature improve file system support and concurrent operations.
  • Oracle virtual desktops opened to iPad access
  • Oracle disputes patent office ruling
  • Mozilla's Firefox 5 update to fix Lion crash bug
  • Mozilla to auto-update Firefox 3.5 users to 36 versions
  • Mozilla delivers Firefox beta. The first rapid-release cycle for the open source browser is on track, with the final Firefox 5 due to ship
  • HTML5 not yet solving mobile dev issues
  • New MacBook Air to boost data transfer with fastest NAND flash
  • Hacking team clams NATO server compromised
  • Security company infects clients network with Trojan Horse.
  • Jailbreak hackers exploit Apple iPhone, iPad bugs
  • Facebook takes on Google+ challenge by adding Skype capabilities
  • Cellphone, cancer link dsmissed in new study
  • Final space shuttle launch carriers modified iPhone 4s for experiment
  • Apple developing fixes for dangerous iOS vulnerabilities
  • Apple releases Lion GM to developers
  • Verizon set to drop unlimited data plans for smartphones
  • Apache streamlines Lucene, Solr
  • Samsung doubles speed of MicroSD card for smartphones
  • Nokia upgrades older symbian smartphones
  • Sony adopts Intel's Light Peak technology in new laptop
  • Times Internet Limited (TIL) launches India's first Tablet Magazine
  • Japan's NHK shows latest flexible OLED screen
  • Seapaton releases remote office backup
  • SanDisk updates SSD line with Sata III models
  • HTC to release SDK for Sense phone interface
  • IBM releases Intelligent Building management software
  • IBM launches city government software platform. The IBM Intelligent Operations Center will offer a unified view of multiple back-end city government system
  • Twitter rolls out automatic URL shortening. New feature automatically shortens links so Twitters users don't have to worry about exceeding the service's 140 character limit
  • 1 billion smartphones to ship in 2015, IDC says
  • TSMC may beat Intel with worlds first 3D chips. 3D chips that boost the  density of transistors in a single semiconductor by up to 1,000 times may go on sale as early as this year.
  • Lenovo announce single-socket Xeon servers for small business. 
  • T mobile adds 47 cities to its fastest wireless network. New HSPA + 4.2 network offers speed upto 10 Mbps, double that of T-Mobile's older HSPA +21 network.
  • Picnik is moving its easy yet powerful photo editing tools to Google+
  • VLC reaches version 2.0 with major new update. If you’re a fan of open source media players, you may be familiar with VLC. This open-source media player has received major new update bringing it to version 2.0 also known as “twoflower.” The new version has major improvements with faster decoding on systems with multi-core processors, GPUs, and on mobile hardware. The player also now supports more media formats.





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