Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
Word on the street indicates that Amazon will unveil the successor to the very successful Kindle Fire come end of July, along with a refreshed lineup of E Ink readers. Recent rumors have now pointed to an August 7th release date
Firefox OS powered devices are slated for a commercial launch in Brazil in early 2013. The Firefox OS is based on Mozilla's "Boot to Gecko" project (BCG) that was first showcased at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012. Read on to find out more about Mozilla’s plans to launch its new mobile ecosystem.
A leak yesterday has forced Samsung to officially introduce the Galaxy Chat, the company's first phone to come with both Android 4.0 and a physical QWERTY keyboard.
According to data from Asymco, the ratio of PCs to Macs sold is dropping dramatically, revealing that Windows is no longer the hegemony it once was.
Wireless standards for home theater surround sound speakers may soon receive a new lift. The Wireless Speaker & Audio Association's (WiSA) latest wireless speaker technology boasts of a 24-bit audio bit depth with reduced latency and uncompressed streams. Read on to find out more.
Memory maker Micron is intending to buy ailing Japanese DRAM competitor Elpida for US$2.5 billion. The move will propel Micron's market share from 12.2% to 24.8%, moving it from fourth place to second place, just behind Samsung.
DBS Rewards mobile app has been downloaded about 10,000 times within a month since its launch on 7 June.
Wednesday, 4 Jul 2012
The Paragon Software Group's UFSD 9.0 Embedded is based on the industry's pioneer and highest-performing UFSD (Universal File System Driver) technology, promising the smoothest, fastest, quality playback and recording of HD video content to or from Smart TV devices of any platform.
Designed to be fast and simple to integrate, the eyeCan is an advanced gesture control solution for Windows 8, enabling users to control windows, applications, and media (just to name a few) with a flick of the wrist.
Apple was previously fined in December last year by Italian authorities for misleading consumers. And that same issue is back again to haunt the Cupertino company with the impending threat of another fine and a 30-day closure of its Italian businesses.