It surprises me that how every time I need a simple tool to perform some task, I find that such tool has already been created. For instance, while browsing the web you may need to send a certain part of a web-page to someone.
Each year, Apple holds a World Wide Developers Conference, which is attended by desktop and mobile developers from different parts of the world. Its purpose, as the name suggests, is to take a good look at new and upcoming software and technologies.
Many were surprised to learn that Microsoft has planned a full event to show off the latest additions to their Windows Phone, which was just a software update codenamed Mango.
Online social networking websites have caught everyone's attention of late, but a question that crops up every time we discuss the reason behind this interest is: Why do we take part in these social networks and become active members?
Since the beginning of this year, nothing dramatic has occurred in the world of technology. The developments were limited only to ordinary events such as the release of a new device by a company or record-breaking sales registered by a device at its launch.