- Reads from WWW
Friday, 2 Aug 2013
Toshiba will be releasing two new entry-level Ultrabooks that are built like most other Windows 8 Ultrabooks. However, they also have another trick up their sleeve -- voice commands.
Diablo Technology's new MCS architecture will enable ultra-fast storage and terabytes of flash storage by implementing NAND flash on your memory channel.
Motorola officially announces the Moto X - the first phone developed under Google and also the first to be fully assembled in the U.S. While it may seem like a midrange device, the Moto X has some unique features.
Thursday, 1 Aug 2013
One day after AnandTech reported that the hardware of the Galaxy S4 is tweaked to perform faster in several benchmarks, Samsung issued an official statement to clarify on the matter.
According to a developer who have dug around the iOS 7 SDK, there is evidence which points to a new iPad Mini that will have an A6 processor but no Retina Display.
Microsoft has released the Office Mobile for Office 365 app for Android phones. At the moment, it's only available from the U.S. Google Play store, but international rollout is expected in the next few weeks.
Google to Drop Support for Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync (Update 2: Extended Till Dec 31, 2013 for Windows Phone)
Come January 30th 2013, Google will be dropping consumer support for Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync protocol for new devices. Chalk up another casualty of the mobile wars. (Update: EAS support is extended to December 31, 2013 for Windows Phone.)
Intel has launched its Atom-based Minnowboard that is seen as a direct competitor to the Raspberry Pi. This board is jointly developed by the Intel Open Source Technology Center and Circuitco, with the primary aim of introducing the Intel x86 architecture to the embedded systems community.
Wednesday, 31 Jul 2013
Intel is reported to be dropping the facial recognition feature from its Web TV service set-top box. This feature was intended to deliver customized programming to different family members. However, due to certain technical issues, Intel will do away with this feature.
ASUS CEO, Jonney Shih, noted the poor reception of Windows RT products and has said that the Taiwanese tech giants will focus on Windows products with Intel chips.