Monday, 5 Nov 2012
Sony is rumored to be shipping its second generation PlayStation 4 development kits to selected game studios. According to VG24/7, the hardware of the kits is housed inside of a typical PC chassis, with a third revision expected sometime in January 2014.
Time Magazine gave five photographers direct access to its Instagram feed recently in a bid to bring Hurricane Sandy coverage to their readers as quickly as possible.
Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp suffer massive losses with regards to their TV businesses. Reasons were attributed to plunging costs of flat-screen TVs worldwide, a robust Yen, as well as growing competition from South Korean rivals like LG Electronics and Samsung.
The city of London is upgrading its street lamps with 14,000 more efficient iPad-controlled ones over the next four years.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is a roaring success for the Korean company as global sales hit the 30 million mark.
Seagate has joined the DECE (Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem), an open, cross-industry consortium of movie studios and technology companies which developed and operate UltraViolet.
Friday, 2 Nov 2012
HTC just unveiled the One X+, an upgraded version of the One X. It runs on HTC Sense 4+, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor.
HTC has unveiled the latest model in its One series, the HTC One SV, today. The Android 4.0 device will come armed with support for dual LTE bands, Beats Audio and a 4.3-inch touch screen.
Queues were significantly shorter for the launch of the Apple iPad mini and fourth-gen iPad in Singapore. Read on to find out more.
The Mophie juice pack for Samsung Galaxy S III comes with a 2300mAh rechargeable battery, so users can enjoy up to 9 hours of additional talk time, 11 additional hours of Internet use, 32 hours of audio playback, or 8 hours of video playback.