- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 19 Jan 2012
With the threat of SOPA and PIPA looming over the world, the Internet decided to take matters in its own hands and websites started blacking out yesterday. The result, PIPA loses the support of 13 senators.
Information leaked from a Sony's sales report in India revealed a list of 11 unannounced Sony smartphones that are going to be released in 2012.
Hardcore overclockers can do what they do best now with the blessings of Intel. The chipmaker has just announced its Performance Tuning Protection Plan (PTPP) that is an extended warranty plan to replace an eligible processor, damaged from overclocking.
Wednesday, 18 Jan 2012
Tired of incessant email notifications? Now there is an online site which enables you to manage your social media notifications with one clean sweep. Say hello to NotificationControl.com.
Apple is said to be planning an event set for early part of next month to showcase the new iPad 3, according to Japanese blog Macotakara.
Google+ has just unveiled a new feature that allows users to add text to your photos for your very own D.I.Y meme.
Samsung Electronics announced that they will be expanding production of transparent display panels, starting with 46-inch types. This is after seeing moderate demand for the current 22-inch transparent LCD panels, from customers in the retail sector looking to add some attention grabbing qualities.
Despite being a late comer to the smartphone game, Intel claimed that its Medfield processor would bring great improvements in both power and efficiency on the Android platform.
What do you call a 65-inch multi-touch 3D display that's running off a Core i7 processor and Windows 7? Ideum would like to call it the MT65 Presenter Multi-touch Wall. The 1920 by 1080p display will also include integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth besides its Ethernet perk.
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2012
Sony Japan teases with a 'Dot Switch' video, highlighting the powers of the Xperia Arc and its universal remote awesomeness. It even works with a robotic arm if the video is to be believed.