Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012
Always wanted to run a web search using an image because you didn't know what the item is called? Well, now you can actually do that with Google's "Search by Image", and the Mountain View crew has just made some improvements to make this feature even better.
QNAP has released the Qfile and Qmanager mobile apps for iOS and Android mobile devices, which allow users free Turbo NAS remote management and monitoring solutions.
The newest leaked BlackBerry 10 roadmap reaffirms the early 2013 appearance of both BlackBerry 10 London and Nevada smartphones as well as shed light on the upcoming BlackBerry 10 tablets.
The two companies will develop and deliver features to improve Web browsing performance on Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor-based devices accessing content delivered by Akamai's Aqua Mobile Accelerator.
In a bid to have a mapping service of to call its own, Amazon has reportedly agree to a deal to acquire New York-based 3D mapping upstart UpNext.
We previously reported that Microsoft is offering a special price for customers buying a new Windows 7 PC to upgrade to Windows 8 Pro. It has now announced a new offer that lets existing Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 users upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for just US$39.99.
Samsung has unveiled its 16GB DDR4 DRAM modules. They are manufactured using the 30nm-class fabrication process and they mark the company's steady progress in establishing itself in the premium memory market.
Monday, 2 Jul 2012
Singapore respondents highlighted the impact of data loss to their business, including damage to the company's band, lost customers, decreased revenue, and increased expenses. To combat this, Symantec has made some recommendations to help businesses more effectively protect their information.
Bundled with a Op-Amp swap kit with six extensively-tested Op-Amps, the Xonar Essence One Plus Edition outputs high resolution lossless audio and maintains the same high-spec 120dB SNR of the original version.
In a Minneapolis street test administered by Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Munster, Google systematically and consistently out-searched Apple in terms of accuracy.