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Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013
Following news of OCZ filing for bankruptcy last week, Toshiba has announced and confirmed that it will indeed be purchasing assets of OCZ.
Dell is no stranger to 4K monitors, with a 31.5-inch monitor in its product stable. But for those wanting a smaller display, the company has responded with two new smaller screen-size models featuring the same resolution as their larger sibling.
A report released by Kantar Worldpanel indicates that almost half of the iPhone 5C units sold were bought by users from competitor brands.
SamMobile claims that Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 3 Lite at Mobile World Congress 2014 in February.
Wired reports that Google has sneakily banned the use of more than 1,4000 English words in its Google Keyboard app for Android users. Hit the link to find out more.
Monday, 2 Dec 2013
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently said on 60 Minutes that the company is toying with the idea of using drones to send customers their purchases.
Julie Larson-Green, executive VP of Devices and Studios at Microsoft, has said that Microsoft now has three mobile operating systems and "we're not going to have three." Somehow we don't think they're going to kill Windows Phone and Windows, so it's going to be you, RT.
The CyanogenMod Installer application has vanished from the Google PlayStore. Cyanogen were contacted by Google stating that their app violated the Play Store's developer's terms and told to take it down, a request which Cyanogen complied with.
As man seeks to quench his insatiable thirst for faster memory and greater capacities, over 20 firms have agreed to jointly developed MRAM as the new memory standard.
Amazon is the latest company to target the Apple iPad Air in its advertisement of the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9.