Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014
Two new top level domain names that will cater specifically to the Chinese market are coming soon, and could represent a unique way to gain a niche in China's online community.
Not long after Apple bought Beats, Google acquires music streaming service Songza, known for its curated playlist features, with plans to enhance Google Play Music.
Samsung unveiled a smaller variant of its Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone. Known as the Galaxy S5 Mini, the 4.5-inch smartphone runs on a quad-core 1.4GHz processor, 1.5GB RAM and Android 4.4 KitKat.
Tuesday, 1 Jul 2014
MyRepublic customers, rejoice! The company has announced that it will be extending the free promo period for its Teleport service till August 30. And you get a very attractive promo rate for the next 12 months if you continue your Teleport subscription.
Google is ceasing development in its Quickoffice smartphone app now that it has released Google Docs and Google Sheets. It is also terminating its Orkut social network for its more popular brothers YouTube, Blogger and Google+.
Samsung has just unveiled the world’s first consumer 3D Vertical NAND SSD, the SSD 850 Pro, at the Samsung SSD Global Summit in South Korea.
Plextor has just announced the launch of the M6e M.2 PCIe Gen2 X2 SSD, a 2280 (80x22mm) M.2 PCIe form factor SSD that has specifically been designed to deliver performance storage to gaming notebooks and M.2 compatible motherboards.
An update to the iTunes U app will provide new tools and functionalities for educators to create and manage courses directly on the iPad; students will also be able to participate in discussions and ask their teachers questions without having to exit the app.
The Reading Rainbow Kickstarter campaign is now the most-backed campaign ever. It aims to bring Reading Rainbow to as many children as possible, and encourage them to start reading. It has even managed to get the other top four Kickstarter campaigns (Pebble, OUYA, Pono and Veronica Mars) to help with its mission.
DigiTimes reported that Microsoft cancelled mass production of the Surface Mini as it lacked confidence in the tablet's ability to differentiate itself from the competition in the small tablet market segment.