News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 4 Aug 2011
HTC gives the green light for users to unlock the bootloaders in their phones. But at a price.
A promotional image used by Texas Instruments apparently revealed that Google may has chosen it to power the next Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich.
Wednesday, 3 Aug 2011
German researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications have set a new speed record for Visible Light Communication technology, with speeds of up to 800Mbps.
Twitter has announced that it has started to roll out an HTML5-based Twitter website for iPad.
It could spell the End-of-Life (EOL) for AMD Phenom II X2 and X4 processors if this rumor is confirmed.
Will ASUS's second Transformer tablet run Nividia's quad-core Kal-El chip?
Google Android maintains its lead as the top smartphone platform with a global market share of 48%. It has held the position since Q4 2010.
LG introduces the LW9800 series in Korea, featuring their latest NANO FULL LED technology which comprises of a thin film of miniscule dots positioned in front of a full-array of LED backlights.
Tuesday, 2 Aug 2011
Looks like Samsung won't be able to start distributing its popular Galaxy Tablets in Australia any time soon. A patent lawsuit between Apple and Samsung in Australia is making sure of that.
Social network game developer, Zynga, has just been hit with a patent lawsuit from Segan LLC, who alleges that the former has infringed on a patent titled "System for Viewing Content Over A Network and Method Thenrfor".