News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 20 Oct 2011
The ability to see through walls is no longer a figment of your imagination as MIT's Lincoln Laboratory has invented a new radar technology with that capability.
Lytro, the camera based on light field technology, is unveiled yesterday; and it sports a rather unique form factor. It's now available for pre-order, with prices starting from US$399.
Andy Lees, President of Microsoft's Windows Phone Division, has let the cat out of the bag at AsiaD: Nokia World will be a launchpad for Nokia Windows Phones.
At the AsiaD conference, ASUS announced a Q1 2012 release date for its smartphone/tablet hybrid, the ASUS Padfone, which will also be loaded with Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
A day has passed since the exciting announcement of Google's first Android 4.0 smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The next question is: how much and when?
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer blasted Google Android for being a complicated mobile operating system which requires its users to be a computer scientist to use it.
ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih pulled out the new ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime at the AsiaD conference. It is confirmed running on a quad-core processor and measures just 8.3 mm thin.
Wednesday, 19 Oct 2011
OCZ has released a firmware update for its SSDs to squash a SandForce BSOD bug. The rare error typically occurs when the primary-configured drive is woken up from sleep modes.
Research in Motion unveiled the next generation BlackBerry BBX platform, which combines the best of BlackBerry and QNX for phones and tablets.
Will existing Android smartphones get the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update? Google's Gabe Cohen seem to think so - at least for most existing Gingerbread devices.