News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 29 Nov 2011
Simple hack turns LCD panel into a privacy monitor, where only the wearer of polarized glasses gets to see what's onscreen.
The detailed lineup of Ivy Bridge desktop CPUs have been revealed and we should expect to see eleven new processors with their impending launch in March 2012.
Is SSD finally going to displace the mechanical hard disk drive? According to Kingston, it is, and that's going to take place in the second half of 2012.
Panasonic will be targeting the European market from next spring onwards, Reuters reports.
While working to tackle the problem of providing wireless internet connectivity to countries in Africa, a group of researchers funded by the Finnish government have found a way to lessen the power consumption of 3G usage.
Looks like rumors of a 15-inch MacBook Air are getting louder the closer we get to 2012 -- which will also see the launch of the Ivy Bridge architecture in early 2012.
HTC's Chief Financial Officer, Winston Yung, brushed aside concerns that the company is another Nokia after its share went down more than 30 percent in nine days.
Monday, 28 Nov 2011
The best part about the bigger, better and faster competition between manufacturers is that consumers may have full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) Ultrabooks to choose from as early as Q1 2012.
The new Google Search for iPad app breaks the trend of flops and offers access to an entire suite of Gmail services besides also bringing voice activated search to the table.
Thailand has warned Facebook users that they could face 3 to 15 years in jail if they 'share' or 'like' images or articles considered unflattering to the Thai monarchy.