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Friday, 6 Jan 2012
The Aakash, a tablet that costs less than US$50 to build and easy to deploy, has the potential to connect "the next billion" people from third world countries. Just how popular is it? 1.4 million pre-orders in two weeks. Numbers like that haven't been heard of since the iPad 2 launch.
You already know that Windows 8 allows itself to be navigated in a myriad of ways. You've got touch input, pen input, trackpad input and of course mouse input. Now, thanks to Swedish eye-tracking experts Tobii, we can add eye-navigation into that list as well, with the Tobii Gaze.
The white Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be making an appearance in UK in early February according to UK retailers, Clove and MobileFun.
Fujifilm's debut mirrorless system camera has been leaked - the X-Pro 1 will feature an APS-C sensor and will launch with three native prime lenses. Click for more juicy details.
Similar to NVIDIA's Tegra Zone, Qualcomm's Snapdragon GameCommand gathers games that are optimized for the company's Snapdragon processors. The app will be unveiled at CES 2012 on 10th January with a concurrent launch on the Android Market.
Research in Motion will be showcasing its upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system at Mobile World Congress 2012. It is unclear whether the company will demonstrate the capabilities of the platform on a device.
Thursday, 5 Jan 2012
At CES 2012, LG will be showcasing its Super Ultrabook series, the LG Z330 and Z430. Both ultrabooks are slated for a global availability sometime in Q1 2012.
Even before the Razer Switchblade starts shipping to the world, the company will be unveiling Project Fiona at CES 2012, promising a new form factor for PC gaming.
A report from app analytical firm Distimo revealed Google's Android Market now has over 400,000 apps available, as it inches closer to the 500,000 active apps in Apple's App Store.
A dispute over the authenticity of a violin results in PayPal ordering the buyer to provide proof the item in question had been destroyed before any refund was possible. Do you call that fair?