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Tuesday, 2 Jul 2013
Linux kernel version 3.10 has been released. While there may not be many major new subsystems, Linux 3.10 will provide a new method for SSD caching and upgrades to Radeon graphics drivers.
Monday, 1 Jul 2013
A recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) listing reveals the specs of an upcoming ASUS K009 tablet, which is marked "nexus" for "marketing purpose".
Researcher from MIT have demonstrated the ability to see through physical barriers including walls and doors, by using Wi-Fi signals to track the relative locations and the number of subjects behind such obstacles.
Yahoo has recently announced that it will be shutting down a total of 12 products in order to concentrate on products that have more value to the company.
Images of Apple's alleged affordable iPhone model have leaked online.
With the help of an idea posted on the website Instructables Rich Lee, a self described body modification fan, has implanted magnets in his ears to serve as invisible headphones.
Friday, 28 Jun 2013
Images of Sony's upcoming Cybershot-branded smartphone, the Xperia Honami i1 have leaked online.
Microsoft has announced Internet Explorer 11 will support SPDY and WebGL. Early adopters can look forward to speedy web browsing, and interactive 2D and 3D graphics without the need for any plug-ins.
Google is rumored to be working on expanding Android's presence on more than just smartphones and tablets. Sources also say we can expect to see Google branded Android devices like gaming consoles, watches and media players -- one of which will retail by the end of the year.
Thursday, 27 Jun 2013
ASRock has announced its new Non-Z OC feature that will allow owners of H87 and B85 boards, the option of overclocking their unlocked 4th generation Intel Core processors. The H87 and B85 boards don't have official support for CPU overclocking.