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Monday, 5 Dec 2011
Acer's chairman, J.T Wang, feels that Ultrabooks could be the magic bullet that jolts the "Wintel" (Windows-Intel) slump on touch-centric devices. He also mentioned price as a major deciding factor that will make or break the Ultrabook.
A new press release from Research In Motion indicates that the slow sales of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet may cost the company close to half a billion US dollars.
iOS device docks are a dime a dozen, but here's a unique one that makes your iPad look like the original Apple computer, the Apple I.
Google is said to be sending out over-the-air updates of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to its employees who own the Nexus S devices as part of an internal testing.
It is that time of year again where Twitter highlights the top ten tweets which made a difference in our world.
Friday, 2 Dec 2011
An alleged official photo/rendered image of the upcoming dual-core Sony Ericsson Nozomi has emerged on the Internet.
With Google's Android 4.0 source code made available, Creative demonstrated its performance on their Jaguar3 reference tablet, powered by the company's Zii Labs ZMS-20 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor.
Google unveils the new YouTube, which now comes with a different home page layout, cleaner channel design and better social integration.
A survey carried out by ChangeWave Research revealed that the Apple iPhone 4S received the highest level of satisfaction ever for an iPhone model. Users also ranked Siri as their most liked feature but were unhappy about its short battery life.
In response to the smaller and slimmer smartphone demands by consumers, Sharp Corporation has come up with a 12.1MP, 1/3.2-inch CMOS camera module with optical image stabilization and the ability to shoot 1080p full HD video.