Thursday, 1 Mar 2012
Running on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform, the PlayXtreme 2 is capable of converting an LED or HD TV to an Internet-enabled one, providing integrated capabilities of the Internet, computer, TV, and media player.
Under this new agreement with SRS Labs, Samsung will have access to broader portfolio of SRS' performance audio solutions designed for implementation on Samsung smartphones and media tablets, including TruGaming.
A new product from Canonical, titled Ubuntu for Android, is aiming to help turn your smartphones into full-blooded PCs. After docking your smartphone, users will be able to use it as a replacement for the CPU in the traditional desktop setup.
Wednesday, 29 Feb 2012
Windows 8 moves from developer preview, to consumer preview at Mobile World Congress 2012. And if you can't wait to try it out, here's the good news: Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now available to download.
Norton announces the Norton 360 Everywhere security suite and an update to the Norton 360.
Intel says that its Ivy Bridge CPUs will be only delayed for a few weeks, dispelling the earlier rumor that their release would be delayed by two months.
At MWC 2012, Research in Motion showcased a concept named Confetti that lets its PlayBook tablet share an extended working space across multiple devices, based purely on its Wi-Fi and camera module.
The Pirate Bay, home to the world's largest stash of torrents, has officially removed all torrent links on their website and replaced them with magnet links. But that doesn't mean that it's the end of torrents.
LG showcased the world's first voice-to-video conversion over a LTE network at the MWC 2012. Based on LG's proprietary technology, the demonstration allowed users to switch back and forth between high quality voice and high resolution video call modes during a current conversation.
Boot to Gecko marks Mozilla's first foray into the smartphone realm. We spotted Mozilla's new operating system at Mobile World Congress 2012 and did a quick hands-on. Read on to find out more.