Hacker collective Anonymous has vowed to ‘destroy’ social networking platform Facebook on November 5th. Some members of the hacker organisation have started YouTube and Twitter feeds for Operation Facebook.
For a couple of weeks, concerns about iPhone 4S’ battery have been firing up the blogosphere. Numerous users complained that their highly anticipated iPhone is performing far under expectations when it comes to battery life.
Nokia’s CEO, Stephen Elop, confirmed that the firm could be looking at entering the tablet market next year, according to an interview he gave to Bloomberg, just a few days after the Nokia World event which saw the launch of the first Windows Phone Mango handsets.
iPad maker Apple has failed to launch the iTunes Match service in October – the company will instead release the iTunes Match Beta 2 for Apple TV to developers only, according to a report by Slashgear. The developer release comes after the iTunes Match button appeared on iOS 5, sparking rumours that the service would soon be launched.
Since 1979, Linux, Unix and other operating systems have been following a different, and somewhat arcane procedure for organising files. Now, the Fedora project is proposing a new strategy that may change the old filesystem hierarchy that stores binary applications.Leave a comment on this article