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Thursday, 1 Aug 2013
Google to Drop Support for Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync (Update 2: Extended Till Dec 31, 2013 for Windows Phone)
Come January 30th 2013, Google will be dropping consumer support for Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync protocol for new devices. Chalk up another casualty of the mobile wars. (Update: EAS support is extended to December 31, 2013 for Windows Phone.)
Intel has launched its Atom-based Minnowboard that is seen as a direct competitor to the Raspberry Pi. This board is jointly developed by the Intel Open Source Technology Center and Circuitco, with the primary aim of introducing the Intel x86 architecture to the embedded systems community.
Wednesday, 31 Jul 2013
Intel is reported to be dropping the facial recognition feature from its Web TV service set-top box. This feature was intended to deliver customized programming to different family members. However, due to certain technical issues, Intel will do away with this feature.
ASUS CEO, Jonney Shih, noted the poor reception of Windows RT products and has said that the Taiwanese tech giants will focus on Windows products with Intel chips.
Two variants of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note III have been spotted on GFXBench's website, where benchmark results reveal some of its specs.
Tuesday, 30 Jul 2013
Lenstag is a new, free-to-use website that helps you keep track of your extravagant photography gear for not only theft recovery, but prevention as well. Read on to find out why it isn't just the average possession database.
Sony and Panasonic have announced that they will be working together to develop next-gen optical discs for professional use. The first target is an optical disc with recording capacity of at least 300GB by the end of 2015.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean has a hidden feature which allows you to disable some permissions of the apps. You can download a free app, Permission Manager, to gain direct access to this feature. Hit the link to find out more.
Monday, 29 Jul 2013
Microsoft has made available a developer preview of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7. For the most part, it's just like the Windows 8.1 version, but there are a few notable differences.
Intel has announced its new SSD 530 Series of high-performance, high-end SSDs. The new drives will come in a variety of form factors, including mSATA and M.2, and capacity points, from 80GB to 480GB.