Fahmida Y. Rashid

Fahmida Y. Rashid

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Windows Phone 7 will be GSM only; CDMA in 2011

AT&T is mobile device central, with the iPhone, iPad, and three forthcoming Windows Phone 7 smartphones.

Android Army

New Apple TV runs on iOS 4.2 and can be jailbroken

News of a jailbroken Apple TV may not be as far off as we originally thought.

Apple

HDCP cracked; opens door for DRM-free HD boxes

Hackers have been busy, first breaking Apple's iOS, and now HDCP.

Computing

Yahoo refreshes Mail, Search

Yahoo hasn’t had a good few days but it hopes that sunny days are ahead with a few tweaks to its product lineup.

Apple

Facebook Places checks in to UK

UK Facebook users can now share information about where they are to friends and stalkers alike.

Computing

Microsoft wants Facebook user data to improve Bing

Facebook might allow Microsoft access to its anonymous user data to refine Bing results. This would really make things difficult for Google.

Computing

Android gains market share, everyone else loses

It's official: Android market share is exploding at the expense of iOS, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry.

Android Army

Adobe previews Square, a 64-bit Flash plugin

Finally! Adobe offers 64-bit Flash as a beta plugin.

Computing

Skyhook sues Google over location patents and contracts

Skyhook is suing Google for infringing its location patents and for forcing Motorola to terminate agreements the phone manufacturer signed with the company.

Computing

Diaspora releases code to open source Facebook

Community-funded open source Diaspora hits its first major milestone and releases its anti-Facebook code to developers.

Computing

Motorola brings location data to Motoblur with Aloqa buy

Motorola's "last move" before spinning off its Mobility division last year is to go shopping for a location-based technology.

Android Army

Apple iOS 4.2 brings multitasking, folders, and AirPrint to iPad

The Apple iOS 4.2 update rolls out to developers and it includes wireless printing, folders, and multitasking.

Apple

Nokia’s Ovi Maps moves to 3.06 beta

The announcements keep rolling at Nokia World, as the company heads out to connect the “next billion” people to the Internet.

Computing

Google fires employee for online stalking users

It doesn't matter how carefully you protect your online privacy, if the employees are the ones stalking you.

Computing

Rumor: Apple to announce newspaper subscription service

Coming soon to a tablet and e-reader near you: your local paper.

Apple