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Thursday, 17 Jan 2013
Despite losing market share over the past year, Canon and Olympus still have the largest market share in the Japanese domestic camera market. Canon sees an increased DSLR market share and Olympus also remains the top mirrorless system camera manufacturer.
The new Z3ro Pro Computer has been unveiled by Xi3 Corporation. This new small form factor desktop PC pushes the envelope by packing its computing capabilities into a tiny chassis that is roughly the size of a small paperback. The Z3ro Pro Computer made its debut at CES 2013 last week.
LG Electronics is aiming to sell about 75 million phones this year, of which 45 million will be smartphones and the other 30 million will be feature phones. The company is also developing smartphones that are running on Windows Phone 8.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a projected roadmap of Apple products for this year.
Facebook has just launched a free VoIP call service via their Messenger app for iPhones. This feature is limited to US iPhones for now, with no further information on when this feature will appear for users outside of US.
Wednesday, 16 Jan 2013
ASRock has announced its 990FX Extreme9 that is touted as the most deluxe AM3+ series motherboard. By saving the best for last, this board supports the latest eight-core AMD FX-8350 processor. The board features AMD 990FX and SB950 chipsets as well as several of ASRock’s proprietary technologies.
New images and a video of the BlackBerry 10 L-series device leaked on the Internet, showing off the device in its full glory.
Jeffries analyst Peter Misek recently released a report indicating that Apple will be launching the iPhone 5S in June or July, with production slated to begin in March. He also shared his insights on the more affordable iPhone and the recent reports of "weaker-than-expected demand" for the iPhone 5.
LG hinted at CES 2013 last week that more Nexus devices are on the way. In addition, the company will be launching new premium smartphones at MWC 2013 next month.
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2013
According to sources, Dell is said to be in "serious" talks with two private-equity firms to take the company private.