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Monday, 20 Jan 2014
XDA member iRimas uploaded some photos and specs of an unknown Sony Xperia smartphone with the model number D6503. This smartphone could be the successor to the current Xperia ZL which has a model number C6503.
Friday, 17 Jan 2014
Microsoft has announced plans to extend anti-malware support for Windows XP to 2015. This doesn’t mean the company has made a U-turn on its decision to end support for the venerable operating system on 8th April this year.
Google recently announced a few new features baked into the latest verison of Chrome for Mobile. The most significant one is the data compression feature that will help users reduce data usage by up to 50% while browsing the web on their phones.
HP is making its way back into the mobile market with its two latest releases, the Slate 6 VoiceTab and Slate 7 VoiceTab. The two mobile devices will be launched in India next month.
SATA too limiting for you? Plextor has got you covered with their new M6e PCI-e SSD, which was designed for gamers and was only just announced at CES 2014.
There are signs that suggest Samsung is preparing to launch a new Windows Phone with a 5-inch, 1080p display.
Thursday, 16 Jan 2014
There are alleged plans by Intel to refresh its current Intel Core Haswell processors with a slew of new SKUs in May. In addition, the chip maker will also ship the new Z97 and H97 chipsets to board manufacturers in preparation for the next generation Broadwell processors.
Amidst lackluster ad sales results, Yahoo's COO Henrique de Castro has been asked to leave the company.
If privacy is your utmost concern, you may want to consider buying the Blackphone which is the world's first smartphone to give users total control over their privacy.
Wednesday, 15 Jan 2014
Gigabyte has announced official support for the recently launched AMD Kaveri APUs for its FM2+ motherboards. Consumers can choose from four different chipsets, from the top-end AMD A88X to the A55 that is suitable for entry-level PCs.