Java Standard Edition 7 Finally Released by Oracle

Oracle has finally shipped Java Platform Standard Edition 7, otherwise known as Java SE 7, in what is the first major update to the programming language in over five years. Oracle let news of this out in a company announcement yesterday. This is also the very first release of Java SE under the ownership of … Read more Java Standard Edition 7 Finally Released by Oracle

Google Discontinuing Toolbar Support for Mozilla Firefox

Things between Firefox and Google have taken a turn for the awkward. Since its inception, Mozilla has always received a lot of funding from the search giant. However, analysts have been expecting Google to drop out of that role ever since the company launched its very own web browser, Google Chrome. Ever since Chrome was … Read more Google Discontinuing Toolbar Support for Mozilla Firefox

Rent Computer Peripherals From Rentacomputer.com

Sometimes you only need computer technology for a short time, perhaps to augment your business’s computing capacity during peak business seasons. Purchasing technology to meet such a temporary need involves taking on unnecessary expenditures, and inevitably leaves you or your business with a lot of superfluous technology after the need is fulfilled. So renting computer … Read more Rent Computer Peripherals From Rentacomputer.com

Google+ Making Some Big Developments

Just a few weeks out of the gate and Google+ is already becoming highly popular among its early adopters. It is estimated that as many as 5 million users are already a part of the service’s user base with many websites opting to adopt the +1 button. However, despite all that, it is still unclear … Read more Google+ Making Some Big Developments

Microsoft Increases Security of Outlook Hotmail Connector

Microsoft has recently boosted the security of a certain tool that allows Outlook users to send and receive messages via Microsoft’s web-based Hotmail service. The new Outlook Hotmail Connector now supports HTTPS, a protocol which encrypts all traffic between the email client and the Windows Live Hotmail service. Back in November of 2010, Microsoft added … Read more Microsoft Increases Security of Outlook Hotmail Connector

Insane Demand Causes Google to Shut Down Invite Process for Google+

Just a single day after Google unveiled Google+, the company’s brand new social networking service, Google decided it would be a good idea to open up the invitation process late Wednesday afternoon to all those fortunate enough to have already been invited to participate in the service. Before, the keys to Google+ were only given … Read more Insane Demand Causes Google to Shut Down Invite Process for Google+

Japan Creates World’s Fastest Supercomputer

When it comes to the most powerful supercomputers in the world, I don’t think it is to anybody’s great surprise that the most powerful one is located in Japan. This new Japanese supercomputer has just recently earned the top spot among all the supercomputers in the world with a performance that makes other supercomputers look … Read more Japan Creates World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Facebook Creating an App for the iPad

Facebook is planning on releasing an app for the iPad in the next couple of weeks that is said to feature a “slick design” as well as new Facebook Chat and Groups functionality. In addition to that, the app is also said to feature an “amazing” photo and video experience. This news comes right after … Read more Facebook Creating an App for the iPad

Samsung’s New 30nm DDR3 DRAM

Samsung has just recently introduced 30-nanometer-class1 DDR3 synchronous dynamic random access memory (DRAM) modules designed for upgrading your PC. This new generation of faster, energy efficient DRAM modules is going to be available via consumer retail channels this summer. According to Samsung Electronics America’s Senior Vice President of Mobile Entertainment Marketing Reid Sullivan, “Replacing your … Read more Samsung’s New 30nm DDR3 DRAM

Internet Access Shut Down In Most of Syria

According to Renesys, a service that focuses on monitoring Internet connectivity, due to the civil unrest that is going on in Syria, most of the country’s Internet services have been shut down. According to a blog post that was posted by Renesys on Friday, June 3 at approximately 6:35 a.m. local time, close to two-thirds … Read more Internet Access Shut Down In Most of Syria