According to a recent Gizmodo report, while Skype 2.0, with 3G, is coming the way of the iPhone users, the new Skype app is only free for a limited period – with the service to entail “a small monthly fee” from August.
With Qualcomm’s single-core Snapdragon processor already featuring on most of the currently-available smartphones - including the Google Nexus One, the HTC Droid Incredible, and the HTC Evo 4G -, the company has further upped the smartphone-processor game with its first dual-core Snapdragon processors.
According to the most recent Web browser-related statistics released by NetApplications, the market share of the Google Chrome browser is rapidly on the increase – with the browser apparently on track to go past the 10 percent milestone by the end of 2010.
The Maine-based team of EepyBird's Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz – who together made combined Mentos mint candy and Coke Zero soda pop to create increasingly ornate fountain displays, four years back – has discovered that Mentos-Soda combination can be effectively used for propelling vehicles.
That the Abode-Apple fallout over Flash technology has not deterred Abode Systems from developing for Apple’s popular mobile devices is evident from the fact that the company Tuesday unveiled a new digital viewer technology, especially for digital magazines.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which is surveying the consumer broadband experience, has sought the help of 10,000 volunteers - under its first Consumer Task Force initiative - for measuring the speed of their broadband Internet service.