News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 18 Jun 2014
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S5 LTE-A in Korea, which comes with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.5GHz processor, 3GB RAM and a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display. Hit the link to find out more.
HP Chief Technology Officer Martin Fink has recently announced the Machine, which he claims will radically change the state of current computing architecture. If it ever see the day of light, the Machine will boast of memristors for storage, and photonics-driven interconnect technology.
In a recent interview, Kanye West shared his thoughts on why Apple bought Beats and said that it was mostly because of their desire to get connected to culture after seeing the success Samsung had with Jay-Z.
The Unicode Consortium has released Unicode version 7.0, which adds 2,834 new characters and documentation for 250 new Emoji characters.
Tuesday, 17 Jun 2014
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore has announced that the TV white space regulatory framework is ready, and approximately 180MHz of spectrum will be made available for use when it takes effect from November 2014.
SanDisk has just announced that it has acquired Fusion-io for US$1.1 billion in cash. The move signals SanDisk's determination to battle in the tightly-contested enterprise and flash data center market.
Monday, 16 Jun 2014
According to Forbes, Google plans to launch Google Fit, a health and fitness tracking platform at its upcoming Google I/O conference, which will take place later this month.
Hisense, a manufacturer based in Qingdao, China, has risen to fourth position in the global ranking of total TV shipments by manufacturer. It lost to Sony by a mere 0.1% overall, but defeated the same company and ranked among the top 3 in the 4K and large-screen TV segments.
Want to play your Steam games on-the-go? That's what the SteamBoy Machine team is hoping to achieve with the SteamBoy, a portable Steam Machine.
Friday, 13 Jun 2014
In a bold move, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has just declared that the company's patents are "open source" and free for other car manufacturers to use.