- Reads from WWW
Friday, 22 Jun 2012
Facebook is about to empower users with the ability to edit comments made on the social media platform without time limitations. As a fail-safe measure, other users will be able to see the complete edit history of the thread to prevent any ugly disputes.
It's (almost) official that the next iteration of the Android mobile operating system is named Jelly Bean. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be the first device to be powered by Jelly Bean.
Thursday, 21 Jun 2012
Google is offering a one-day flash sale on some of its apps in mark of the summer solstice in the U.S. And while it's always summer here in Singapore, we still get to enjoy these deals as well - the flash sale ends 21 June (U.S. time), so grab them quick!
In a recent statement on their developer blog, Facebook has revealed that it will allow app makers to charge users a subscription fee. The new move opens up a new revenue stream for developers in addition to the one-time payment model that is already in place.
An Australian judge has fined Apple over $2.2 million for misleading customers that its latest iPad was compatible with the country's 4G broadband network.
According to an Engadget report, new Windows Phone 8 devices will use the dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus processor.
The Smart TV Alliance Consortium formed by LG and TP Vision is now official. Developers will be able to work on the Alliance's Smart TV SDK once the software is released before the end of the year.
Wednesday, 20 Jun 2012
At the International Supercomputing Conference 2012, Intel announced that Xeon Phi is the new brand name for all future Intel Many Integrated Core Architecture (Intel MIC Architecture) products. Read on to find out more details as Intel unveils the first of such processors.
Onkyo unveils two 4K-ready home entertainment systems with loads of connectivity options. The HT-S6500 and HT-S7500 are geared towards the mid-range space, and they come with tantalizing prices too. Read on for more.
Twitter introduces a simplified profile which allows users view the original tweets of a verified account without all the conversations, leading to a cleaner Tweet timeline.