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Thursday, 14 Jun 2012
According to Digitimes, Intel will begin phasing out Sandy Bridge CPUs by September of this year. This is according to notebook manufacturers whom they spoke to.
Amazon updates their Kindle app for Android, which includes improvements for reading on a tablet.
Wednesday, 13 Jun 2012
Samsung US has announced the availability of TecTiles, small square stickers that allow you to perform tasks such as launching apps, making phone calls, opening web pages and more by simply tapping it with an NFC-enabled smartphone.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich clinched the Gold Prize for best platform experience at Parson's School of Design's annual user experience awards show.
A closer look has revealed how much some of the more exciting features on iOS 6 will be left out - case in point, the new 3D Flyover feature and turn-by-turn voice navigation within Apple's new Maps app - on older devices such as the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.
VIA Technologies has sold out its pre-orders for its Android-Based PC (APC). This Neo-ITX form factor motherboard can be installed in a Mini-ITX or microATX casing and it retails at US$49.
According to our conversation with a Gigabyte spokesman at Computex 2012, AMD is delaying the release of Trinity APUs for desktops. We feel that this delay points to a series of business decisions made by AMD to focus on the mobile computing segment.
Net cafe owners in Korea are fed up with Blizzard's continual server problems, appalling lack of customer service and are banding together to consider filing a class action suit against Blizzard.
Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012
The HTC One S launched in Taiwan reportedly comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 dual-core 1.7GHz processor instead of the newer S4 processor.
No official announcements were made about the AirPort Express during Apple's recent WWDC conference. However, the Cupertino firm did slip in a surreptitious update on the compact wireless router after all. Read on to find out what's changed.