News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 3 Oct 2011
Amazon's Kindle Fire costs US$209.63 to make, as estimated by IHS iSuppli, although the tablet will sell for only US$199. This highlights how the e-commerce company could be taking a financial hit to get the device to as many hands as possible.
Friday, 30 Sep 2011
Given Amazon's recent announcement of its Kindle Fire tablet, rumors of its intention to acquire Palm's webOS from HP might not be too far-fetched.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, the latest member of its Android tablets. It ships with Android 3.2 and runs on a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor.
The highly-awaited Samsung Nexus Prime, alongside Android's Ice Cream Sandwich OS, will most likely be announced on October 11th at CTIA in San Diego.
Intel has increased its lead in the CPU revenue market share by 1.1% over the last year while AMD saw its share fall by the same amount to 10.4%.
The biggest problem with smartphones is that they can't be taken to the beach, and can't focus fast enough to capture... anything. Well problem solved, with the Panasonic Lumix Phone 101P
According to a report from Wall Street Journal, Nokia is working on a Linux-based operating system (codenamed "Meltemi") for its feature phones.
Thursday, 29 Sep 2011
The HTC Explorer has been officially announced in India, and it will be available in Asia from Q4 2011. Its pricing and availability within Singapore has not been confirmed at this time.
An alleged video of Android's Ice Cream Sandwich OS surfacing on the World Wide Web might very well offer a sneak peak of what we can expect on the upcoming OS.