Thursday, 10 May 2012
Samsung is set to unleash their OLED televisions in the second half of the year at a whopping price of US$9,000. Expect them to come in 55-inch packages.
Netherlands has just become the first European nation and also the second country in the world to pass a law on net neutrality.
It appears that Samsung is quietly rolling out the Android 4.0 update to the Galaxy Note as some users in Europe reported receiving the software update notification.
Supporting over 50 formats to ensure total compatibility, its integrated digital TV tuner adds instant digital capabilities to any TV set.
NVIDIA announces that open-source LLVM compiler now supports NVIDIA GPUs as a result of the company's contribution of its CUDA complier to the LLVM Project.
It is rumored AMD is going to introduce a higher-performance version of their Radeon HD 7970 graphics card in order to keep pace with NVIDIA's recently released Kepler-based GeForce GTX 680 graphics processor. Read on to find out more about AMD's riposte!
Facebook has been working on an app center of their own to offer competition to iTunes. Bringing paid applications to users, the feature is in beta and you can sign up for the trials now.
Commands and macros can be programmed to all its 8 buttons, while the Sentinels Advanced Driver Panel allows for creation of detailed Macros and Scripts, including commands to move the mouse pointer to predefined coordinates on your display.
If you find yourself anxious to get your Android device working like the Samsung Galaxy S III, an option is to download and install the Stick It! app.
Sharp Corp showcases Cocorobo, a robotic vacuum cleaner that converses in Japanese, English, and Chinese. Cocorobo not only sucks up the dirt and grime but purifies the air as it navigates around your home too.