The new iPad from Apple

Steve Jobs unveiled the new iPad yesterday. CNet covered it and released a brief video earlier today: I’m not sure – but I guess it’s going to be a hit like all the latest gadgets f...

Firefox 3.6 is out

Firefox version 3.6 is now available for all. And this time around there seams to be a lot of improvements – and one I’ve already noticed for sure – SPEED. 20% faster at least! Read...

Opera 10.10 and Opera Unite

I’m sure most of you already heard about the massive interest for the first official Opera 10 release, which to some extent may be triggered by the new Turbo technology. Now, it seems that ther...

iPhone WLAN security risk

Apple appears to have made the error of sacrificing security for usability on iPhone running OS 3. Two security experts, Lothar Gramelspacher and Max Moser, revealed high risk behaviour when using th...

Norwegian masterpiece

Shell Eco-Marathon is an annual competition for High Schools and Universities in all of Europe, competing in who can make the most fuel efficient vehicle, using the energy equivalent to one litre of ...

Google Maps finds your friends

Google Latitude is a feature in Google Maps for mobile and iGoogle that allows you to share your location with your friends. With Latitude, you can control how much you share about your location and ...

Visit Mars with the new Google Earth

Google Earth lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings, from galaxies in outer space to the canyons of the ocean. You can explore rich geographical content...

Infinite Images from Adobe

A while back I wrote about Photosynth, a new image technology created by Microsoft. Now Adobe has come up with something similar, yet quite different and unique. Infinite Images is created by the Isr...

Google Chrome out of Beta

Google announced yesterday that with their 15th release they’re taking off the “beta” label! So after just 100 days of beta testing you can now download the first official release. ...

6TB Trans-Pacific Express Cable Completed

The Trans-Pacific Express Submarine Cable Consortium (TPE) announced yesterday that their new fibre-optic cable is in production. The cable is 18 000 kilometre long! With the addition of NTT Communic...