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Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014
Royal Philips is transferring its remaining 30% stake in television joint-venture TP Vision to TPV technology, a fully-owned subsidiary of TPV Technology, to concentrate on its Healthcare, Consumer Lifestyle, and Lighting sectors.
Bill Gates has vehemently denied rumors that he might return as CEO of Microsoft. He insists that he will spend the rest of his life focusing on the efforts of his philanthropic foundation.
Toronto-based startup Whirlscape published a video showing how users can type on a smart watch using its Minuum keyboard. It is currently in talks with smart watch manufacturers to put its software on their devices coming in the next few months.
In an annual customer experience survey conducted by Forrester Research, Apple has, for the first time, fallen behind rivals Samsung, Sony and Microsoft.
Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014
Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin just tweeted that Samsung will be launching the Galaxy S5 on February 23 in Barcelona. The smartphone will be available in end April.
Google recently removed certain extensions from the Google Chrome Web Store for delivering malware and adware to their users. The extensions started out as regular extensions, but took a more sinister turn when they were bought by malware companies.
After posting a projected operating loss for the financial year ending in March and slashing Wii U's annual sales by two thirds, Nintendo's stock fall by a value of 6.2 percent.
Security firm Splashdata just unveiled its annual list of the 25 most commonly used passwords. If you are setting a new password, make sure it is not from this list.
There have been quite a few leaks regarding Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 hardware, but judging from a few recently leaked screenshots, a UI revamp is also on the cards.
Popular video app VLC has just received a major update that includes a redesign for iOS 7 as well as integration with cloud storage services Google Drive and Dropbox.