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Thursday, 2 Aug 2012
Crucial has announced its V4 series of SSDs for the budget-minded consumer. These SSDs feature the SATA 3Gbps interface and comes in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities with MSRPs of US$49.99, US$69.99, US$99.99, and US$189.99 respectively. Read on to uncover their performance specifications.
Google's updated Android Distribution chart shows a 5% increase in ICS devices as well as a debut of Jelly Bean devices at 0.8% of all devices in the world.
Five more official ASUS accessories for the Google Nexus 7 will be coming soon which include a Bluetooth keyboard case, a rotating stand case, a folio case, a stand case and screen protector.
Amidst tumbling share prices, Facebook has another problem on its hands - how to stop its top executives and talents from leaving.
Lenovo's second generation of ThinkPad Tablet will be powered by Windows 8, an Intel dual-core Clover Trail processor and 2GB RAM.
Wednesday, 1 Aug 2012
More leaked court documents have surfaced during the very public Apple vs Samsung legal spat. This time, it's Apple's turn to shine as almost 40 iPhone and iPad prototypes were revealed during the trial.
While the alleged iPad Mini is still somewhat of a mystery, mockups of cases for the device have seemed to further cement its possible existence. According to 9to5Mac, case maker DeviceWear has posted up and later took down a website containing some nice renders of the iPad Mini sheathed in their cases.
Facebook is said to be rolling out an update shortly that will let users save posts for later reading. This new feature will be available on both mobile and desktop versions of Facebook.
In a daring (and possibly foolish) move, French e-retailer Early Flicker appears to have registered a trademark on the well-known logo used by supporters of internet group Anonymous as well as their slogan, "Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us."
A 10-inch variant of the BlackBerry PlayBook appeared in a Vietnamese forum, which suggests that the tablet game may not be over yet for Research in Motion.