Get Ready to Play Diablo III this Weekend

Diablo III, an upcoming dark fantasy/horror-themed action role-playing game in development by Blizzard, is the third installment in the Diablo franchise. While it is set to be released in North America and Europe on May 15, 2012, and in Latin American countries and Russia on June 7, 2012, the Diablo III open beta weekend. The beta lasts until 10 a.m. PDT Monday, April 23, and will serve as a stress test.


Let’s Know More About Path

Are you fed up with the push of social networking sites to connect with as many other users as possible? Are you in a search for a simpler one? Then it’s, definitely, Path. Path can be said as an alternative to Facebook, the no:1 social networking site. Path Path is a social networking-enabled photo sharing and messaging service for mobile devices, launched in November 2010. The service aims to be a place where users can share with their close friends and family. On Path, there’s the option to share your posts on simultaneously on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or Foursquare.


Microsoft reveals Windows 8 editions

Microsoft has revealed the names of final editions for its upcoming Windows 8 release. Including the all-new edition for ARM based systems, Windows 8 will be available in four editions – Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows Enterprise and Windows RT. These editions will differ in terms of features as well as the platform support. Letting go of the Home Premium, Home Basic monikers, Microsoft has made Windows 8 as the standard version and is the default recommendation for normal consumers.


A ‘Wallpaper’ to Protect the lives in Earthquakes

Earthquakes are always a destroyer in all sense. The buildings that we build with much hard work and care suffer a lot when it shake our world. More than this, when it comes, it take millions of lives. The only precaution that could be taken is constructing the buildings in a way that could survive earthquakes. But most of the buildings in the world haven’t been built like that. So, what’s to be done?


Apple releases update to remove ‘Flashback’ Trojan

For the last couple of days, most of the Apple and Mac users were upset For their systems were attacked by the Flashback Trojan. So, yesterday, Apple has released a Java update that removes the Flashback Trojan that has affected over 600,000 Macs worldwide. This will scan a user’s computer and erase known iterations of the Trojan that some are calling the worst the Mac platform has ever seen.