- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 10 Apr 2012
Think Microsoft's Kinect is all about motion-sensing games? You'll have to re-evaluate what you know about Kinect, when you hear (and see) what Australian composer and developer Chris Vik did with it using Kinectar, a toolkit that uses the Kinect sensor as a MIDI controller.
Monday, 9 Apr 2012
While Apple might have been able to bring the recent Flashback malware under control, web security experts are now releasing details detailing the extent of damage caused.
Sources close to the Google Nexus project mentioned that the company has pushed back the planned release of the tablet to July, according to The Verge.
According to a leaked spec sheet, there will be at least four Tegra 4 models coming in 2013. More importantly, integrated LTE won't be coming to Tegra until late 2013.
The Chinese arm of international "hacktivist" group, Anonymous, has pledged to continue targeting China after hundreds of Chinese websites were disrupted in a protest against Internet censorship in the country.
The first concept images of Nokia Lumia PureView devices leaked out from China over the weekend. The Windows Phone-powered devices adopt a similar design concept as the Nokia 808 PureView - a chunky profile with bright colors.
Sunday, 8 Apr 2012
ASUS has officially launched ROG Maximus V Gene, a micro-ATX board based on the new Intel Z77 Express chipset that is targeted at gamers who are looking to build their gaming platforms on micro-ATX form factor boards that feature this latest desktop chipset of Intel.
Thursday, 5 Apr 2012
PocketDroid obtained some information on the specs of the upcoming Samsung GT-I9300, which was once rumored to be the Galaxy S III. The GT-I9300 device will sport a 4-inch 720p HD AMOLED display, runs on Android 4.0 and is powered by a 1.4GHz dual-core processor.
Intel has launched its new SSD 313 series of SSDs built with caching in mind. This new series of SSDs have been updated with Intel's newest 25nm SLC NAND flash memory and is meant to replace the current SSD 311 series.
So Flash seems to be dying, and you want to hop on to the HTML 5 bandwagon with your next website. Good news for you then because not only can you now build it for free, it's as easy as pie with Wix's new HTML5 editor.