News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 19 Aug 2011
IBM, teaming with DARPA and four universities, has designed the first working computer chips modeled after the human brain.
The 12th edition of the Concise Oxford English Dictionary (COED) has saw fit to convert commonly used words like "woot" and "noob" into officially recognised words.
Steven Sinofsky, President of the Windows Division at Microsoft, has subtly confirmed the existence of an Windows 8 app store in a blog post.
Intel reportedly plans to drop prices on select Sandy Bridge processors in September and again in October. Intel plans to launch 7 new processors soon.
Apple is aggressively going after Samsung and its line of mobile devices in the Netherlands with the filing of the latest lawsuit in the Netherlands.
HP pulls the plug on its TouchPad tablet device with plans to discontinue its webOS-based smartphones as well.
Thursday, 18 Aug 2011
AMD announced the launch of its first triple-core Llano APU: the A6-3500. It features three cores running at 2.1GHz and Turbo Core is supported.
Looks like Samsung's luck hasn't run out just yet as the German court that awarded Apple the injunction has decided to apply the ban only in Germany.
Eastman Kodak Co. will be trying to ride on the wave of patent acquisitions of late, hoping to sell off its patents based primarily on imaging.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. , announced its new lineup of advanced internal SSDs, the Samsung SSD 830 series, will be available in October this year.