Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012
Seagate has announced a partnership with DensBits, an Israeli company whose memory controller (Memory Modem) technology will be used in its low-cost, high-performance upcoming SSDs. Seagate also made an undisclosed investment in DensBits as a development of their new strategic relationship.
Apple has just launched its iTunes Store in 12 Asian countries, and Singapore is one of them. Users here now have a selection of local and international music from all the major labels, and thousands of independent ones. Also available for rental or purchase are movies from all major film studios.
At Microsoft's TechEd Europe 2012, Microsoft briefly shared with us of the Company Hub concept, a one-stop location where an enterprise can host, manage and push relevant information, docs, apps and more that are relevant to each individual.
With the Shared Windows Core that is prevalent in Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Phone 8, it's a lot easier to share code from one platform to another, thus accelerating app availability across devices. Microsoft's senior product managers further confirm this at TechEd Europe 2012.
Tuesday, 26 Jun 2012
Powered by Intel Ivy Bridge processors, the 14-inch XPS 14 Ultrabook comes in an aluminum chassis with silicone base and a display with hardened Corning Gorilla Glass.
Designed with HD video and photography enthusiasts in mind, the EP Pro SDHC/SDXC provides read and write speeds of 90MBps and 50MBps respectively.
Google has announced that live video streams of its two keynotes will be made available via developers.google.com/io, with the first one commencing on June 27th at 9:30 a.m, PDT (June 28th, 00:30 am, Singapore) and the second one on June 28th at 10:00 a.m, PDT (June 29th, 1:00 am, Singapore).
Hot on the heels of Microsoft's surprise announcement of the Windows RT and Windows 8 tablets, comes the rumors of a Microsoft branded Windows Phone 8 -- whose sole purpose might be to lead manufacturers in the right direction.
Wired and The New Yorker will suspend efforts to sell ads on the popular news and social feeds app. They'll be replacing Flipboard-tuned content next month with trimmer versions that summon their own websites should readers want to read the full article.
According to Symantec, an outbreak of Trojan.Milicenso had resulted in printer servers being inundated with print jobs. The affected printers printed garbage characters until they ran out of paper. The malware first surfaced in 2012 and has been making a comeback over the past two weeks.