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Thursday, 23 Feb 2012
Days before the Mobile World Congress 2012 kicks off, HTC Singapore's Facebook page put up an interesting teaser image - a generic looking HTC smartphone, with the number four inside. Android 4.0, HTC Sense 4.0, quad-core processors or four HTC smartphones?
Google has gone and made Google Docs even more useful outside the office by introducing an update for its Android app that allows for updating and editing on the go from your smartphone or tablet. Hit the link for more details on the update.
Google recently filed for a multi-touch trackpad patent that seems to indicate Android is gearing up to appear on notebooks. Is this an indication of a bigger mobile computing trend to come?
Popular photo uploading site Flickr is getting in line with the times and re-doing their website. The revamped version is expected to roll out by 28th February 2012.
PocketNow got some juicy info on LG's upcoming flagship model. Currently known as the LG X3, the Android 4.0 smartphone will be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor, with a 4.7-inch 720p display on top of it.
Joining the slew of announcements from LG is the LG Optimus 3D Max, the direct successor to its earlier LG Optimus 3D. The updated 3D smartphone will sport new features such as NFC and a 3D converter.
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012
A new report from the Taiwanese website Apple.pro claims that Apple's next-generation iPad will have a dual-core chip, full HD video recording camera, and will run iOS 5.1 with Siri.
Panasonic unveiled their 2012 LED & LCD TV Viera models for the UK market recently, including the flagship WT50 which boasts of edge LED backlights, active-shutter 3D capabilities, and ISFccc calibration.
The 22 second video clip highlights three features of Pure View which are detail, depth and definition. Nokia is rumored to unveil the 808 PureView as the successor to the N8.
The Pirate Bay is under siege. A court ruling in the UK has judged that the website is guilty of committing copyright infringement, which has sent copyright holders on the offensive as they try to shut the site down.