- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 26 Jul 2012
Gabe Newell, former Microsoft employee, and now co-founder and managing director of video game developer Valve, has condemned Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 OS as "a catastrophe for everyone in the PC space."
Cisco Systems announces that the company plans to cut 1,300 jobs, or approximately two percent of its global workforce, as it continues to streamline the organization's operations to focus on core businesses.
Wednesday, 25 Jul 2012
NVIDIA has released a new DirectX 11 demo titled "A New Dawn" to demonstrate the performance and capabilities of its flagship GeForce GTX 690 graphics card.
Apple will be updating their iPod touch this year "using the same in-cell display technology rumored to be used in the next iPhone", according to a new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The device will also be closely modeled after the iPhone 4S as well, according to Japanese blog Macotakara.
Facebook's IPO might not be doing so well right now, but with 900 million users in tow, opportunities for increasing revenue are always there. A "want" button might just be the key to unlocking Facebook's immense commercial potential.
Previously, images taken by Lytro's innovative light field camera could only be processed by Mac users as the software is not supported by Windows. But that's about to change: Lytro has released a Windows-compatible version of its photo-processing software today.
Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor, the APQ8064 delivered quite impressive results on several benchmarks. Developers can purchase the mobile development platform (MDP) kit for US$1,299.
Chip maker Marvell announces that it will be partnering Israeli startup, Wilocity, to manufacture tri-band wireless chips designed to run on the 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 60GHz bands.
Apple is announcing and releasing its Q3 FY2012 earnings. Amazingly, the tech giants failed to live up to expectations of analysts and their performance did not meet predictions.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has released new USB Power Delivery specifications, which will enable USB ports to deliver up to 100W of power. This development may potentially eliminate the need for proprietary power adapters to charge laptops and power connected electronics devices.