Looking at statistical web browsing data from StatCounter GlobalStats, a phenomenon quickly becomes evident where users migrate from Internet Explorer in their droves at weekends, and resume the familiarity of browsers like Firefox and Chrome that they’ve become accustomed to.
We confirmed yesterday that Android Honeycomb was indeed Android 3.0. Now, just hours later Google themselves have officially confirmed this at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, and have released further details and a sneak peak video of their latest version of the Android OS.
One of many companies likely to debut 3D devices at CES 2011 in Las Vegas, Toshiba have exhibited a 56-inch HD 3D TV that doesn't require glasses to be worn by the viewer. The 3D TV is still only a prototype but is expected to arrive on sale towards the end of this year.
Twitter is seeking to establish its European headquarters in 2011, with Dublin and London both at the forefront contending for the potential arrival. According to a recent Forbes article by Parmy Olson, Twitter will favour settling in Dublin rather than London, and here’s why.
There have been varying opinions of late as to whether Android Honeycomb would in fact become Android version 2.4 or 3.0. Now Asus, the Taiwanese computer manufacturer, has put all our minds at ease and confirmed Honeycomb will officially be Android 3.0.
Asus have announced a number of tablet offerings ahead of tomorrow’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Jonney Shih, Chairman of Asus, appeared on stage to make the announcement of four new Asus tablet devices.