Wednesday, 31 Jul 2013
Running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the Nexus 10 comes equipped with an A15 dual-core processor and advanced MIMO Wi-Fi, delivering web browsing speeds of up to four times as compared to normal Wi-Fi.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview. This edition includes premium features for enterprise users that aren't found in the earlier Windows 8.1 Preview.
ASUS CEO, Jonney Shih, noted the poor reception of Windows RT products and has said that the Taiwanese tech giants will focus on Windows products with Intel chips.
Friday, 26 Jul 2013
As part of its "complex transition", Blackberry has confirmed that it has laid off 250 employees from its R&D and new product testing facility.
Sony has listed the Xperia devices that will be receiving the Android 4.3 update. Find out if your device is one of them.
Thursday, 25 Jul 2013
Intel recently announced that its new range of Y-Series fourth generation (Haswell) processors will be shipping to manufacturers later in the year. These low powered chips are said to have a 4.5W scenario design power (SDP), and will power devices such as tablets and hybrid PCs.
After tons of leaks, Google has today officially unveiled a new version of the Nexus 7 tablet. Running Android 4.3, it sports a Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 1,920 x 1,200-pixel IPS LCD display, 5MP rear camera, and built-in Qi wireless charging.
Along with the brand new Google Nexus 7 tablet, Google also took the opportunity to unveil Android 4.3 -- an upgrade to Jelly Bean that brings with it a few new features like Bluetooth Smart support (Bluetooth Low-Energy) and restricted profiles.
Wednesday, 24 Jul 2013
Thanks to Android Central (and its source), we now have by far the closest look at the long awaited Nexus 7 successor. Spoiler: Specs match what have been leaked so far.
Friday, 19 Jul 2013
VLC has recently announced that they will be appearing in the Apple App Store very soon. This will be the first time that VLC will be in the App Store, since it was removed from the App Store in 2011.