Tuesday, 4 Oct 2011
GSMArena had the exclusive first live photo leak of the upcoming Samsung Nexus Prime. The image apparently showed the display having a pixel density of over 320 dpi and the device having no hardware buttons.
Equipped with fully modular cables, centralized control of power supply and system fans, a noise-free operation mode, and an included 5.25-inch drive bay fan controller module, the Silent Pro Hybrid Series becomes the industry benchmark to aspire to.
It is rumored that AMD's Llano APUs will be in short supply due to poor yield rates of Globalfoundries' 32nm process. It is also estimated that this will persist till early 2012.
Inspired by the classic travel clock, it comes in a leather-wrapped clamshell case, about the size of an eyeglass case, that flips open to deliver rich and detailed sound. Closed, it's a stylish accessory small enough to slip into any briefcase.
A recent vulnerability that exposes user data to apps that are granted certain permissions on Android devices such as the HTC Thunderbolt and Evo 3D will be patched in an upcoming firmware update.
Transcend introduces two new high-capacity portable hard drives: the SuperSpeed USB 3.0-powered StoreJet 25H3P and the standard USB 2.0-powered StoreJet 25H2P.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Sony Ericsson CEO Bert Nordberg mentioned that he wouldn't feel comfortable investing in Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, as compared to its successful Android portfolio.
With a breakthrough fee of just US$395 per application, Single Edition offers an affordable and flexible end-to-end workflow for designers to publish a single-issue application for sale or distribution through the Apple App Store.
Napster is sold by Best Buy to Rhapsody who will eventually phase out the brand and name. It seems that one of the pioneers of the digital music upheaval we have seen in the last two decades or so finally bites the dust.
Adobe announces that LG and TiVo have become the latest partners to bring Adobe Flash-based applications via Adobe AIR to connected TVs and digital home devices.