- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012
Stepping back from an outright ban on texting while driving, California has just passed a bill which legalizes voice-activated hands-free texting while driving.
Applying thermal paste may be a thing of the past as Sony demonstrates its new silicon sheet that is touted to have better cooling properties than thermal paste.
European telcos are reported to be stocking up on millions of nano SIM cards in anticipation of the launch of the next generation iPhone. We also reached out to the three local telcos for comment.
Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
The much anticipated Google Nexus 7 tablet will be making its way to our sunny shores as it is listed on ASUS Singapore website.
Both USB mass storage support and screen capture feature are said to be coming to Windows Phone 8, according to WPCentral, WPDang and The Verge.
Toshiba, LG, and AU Optronics have agreed to pay a combined sum of US$571 million to settle a class action lawsuit over a liquid crystal display price-fixing scandal, according to a Reuters' news report.
AMD is rumored to be producing its second generation FX CPUs based on "Piledriver" architecture. The new architecture is purported to deliver a performance boost of 15 percent over the Bulldozer-based CPUs, a 5 percent improvement over its earlier estimated performance boost.
AMD has cut prices of its Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs. Its actions are seen as part of the preparation of the rumored launched of its dual-GPU Radeon HD 7990. Read on to uncover the potential savings and offers Radeon HD GPU upgraders can enjoy.
Marissa Mayer, an ex-Google executive who ran its search product and has extensive experience in the search business, has just been appointed as Yahoo's new CEO and President.
A slight slip up from Valve revealed extra categories and genres for the smartphone version of Steam that had nothing to do with their usual gaming fare. Could it be that we have another online store on our hands?