News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2011
Intel has lowered its Q4 revenue expectations to be between US$13.4 and US$14 billion. The revised figures are down approximately 6 to 9% from the earlier expected revenue figures of between US$14.2 to US$15.2 billion.
Amazon to release an over-the-air update within two weeks to address the growing number of user complaints against its Kindle Fire tablet.
Monday, 12 Dec 2011
Part of Google's "10 Billion Downloads" promo, droid fans around the world are given the chance to buy premium apps at 10cents a pop.
The soon-to-be available Huawei Honor will be upgradeable to Google Android 4.0. And true to that, a Huawei executive posted a photo of the company's latest smartphone sporting the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS on a unit.
A new study conducted by third party security vendor Accuvant Labs has run the rule over Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer to find out which browser is most secure for use.
Consumer electronics manufacturer Coby will unveil five Ice Cream Sandwich-powered tablets in 2012 with 7, 8, 9, 9.7 and 10-inches variants. The company plans to unveil the tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 next month.
Saturday, 10 Dec 2011
HP has decided that webOS will live on as an open-source project, with its CEO Meg Whitman mentioning that the company might produce another webOS tablet sometime in 2013.
Friday, 9 Dec 2011
Panasonic has unveiled more details, including photos, of the first smartphone that the company is planning to launch in Europe next spring.
Google announced a brand-new news reading application called Google Currents, one that is said to compete directly with popular apps like Flipboard and more, on Thursday.
Twitter launches its redesigned interface for its users, which is currently available on its Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for Android apps. Desktop users will see the refreshed look over the next few weeks.