Monday, 18 Mar 2013
Feedly, a popular third-party RSS client announced that it added more than half a million users in the two days after Google announced Google Reader's retirement. They've also revealed their plans on how to keep up with the mass migration from Google Reader.
Cisco seems to be moving away from the consumer market and is looking for a buyer for Linksys. Belkin's purchase of Linksys is expected to be completed in March 2013 for an as of yet undisclosed amount.
Friday, 15 Mar 2013
Supporting the latest ATX and micro-ATX motherboards as well as high-end graphics cards including the AMD's Radeon HD 7990, the CM Force 500 is compatible with almost all power supplies, made possible by its top-mounted PSU design.
In the wake of the launch of its latest Galaxy S IV smartphone, Samsung also announced the availability of its new quad-core Exynos 5 Octa that powers the Galaxy S IV smartphone.
Apple's next-generation "A7" processor is rumored to be slated for volume production by the fourth quarter of this year. TSMC is expected to be the main supplier for Apple and this move is seen as strategy to reduce the company's reliance on Samsung.
Facebook is said to be working on a hashtag function -- not unlike the one used in Twitter -- to add to its stable of services. However, according to Wall Street Journal's sources, this feature won't be in effect any time soon.
Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy S4 smartphone at a launch event in New York City. Find out if all the previous leaks got their information correct.
Thursday, 14 Mar 2013
Windows 8 Twitterati, your wait is over. Twitter has just released Twitter for Windows 8, a native app which integrates with the Windows 8 UI and features a Share charm, Live Tiles, as well as notifications.
Thermaltake has expanded its Chaser lineup again with the Chaser A71, following the introduction of the Chaser A31 and A41 mid-tower gaming chassis last month.
Come 18 Mar, StarHub will launch a new Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) pay TV service for commercial customers. Named StarHub TV on Fibre, this service will offer three times as many TV channels and a new range of high-definition content, compared to the current Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV) service.