Late News: Zynga Facebook Parting Ways? Microsoft Tests Browsers' Security, AMD Launches 'Bulldozer' Processors

On Tuesday Zynga revealed a series of new games along with web-based services. This shows the new business strategy of the company that is focusing on creating its own platform for social games and may be parting ways with Facebook.

Software powerhouse Microsoft Corporation has come up with a brand new website that evaluates the security aspects of various versions of its Internet Explorer web browser, as well as those of the rivals Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Semiconductor giant AMD proudly announced on Tuesday the launch of its new FX series of processors, aimed at the desktop PC market and equipped with a set of customisable and fully unlocked functionalities. According to the chip giant, the FX line of products are completely unlocked for much easier overclocking, thus making them luscious for every multimedia and gaming enthusiasts.

After an incident of mass hacking attempt came forward, Sony Corp., which is world’s second largest maker of video game consoles, locked almost 93,000 user accounts of its online gaming and entertainment services.

Mobisante, a leading name in the mobile-health industry, announced that its smartphone ultrasound device has finally hit the market. Earlier this year, the company announced that the U.S Food and Drug Administration had issued the much awaited clearance for the handheld smartphone equipped ultrasound device, the MobiUS.