- Reads from WWW
Friday, 25 May 2012
The Google+ app for Android gets updated with a visually sleeker UI and other changes. Read on for more details.
Numerous Diablo 3 players are reporting that their Battle.net accounts are compromised by hackers who are stealing their equipment and gold.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
BIOSTAR has announced that it will debut its Z77-based BIOSTAR Puro Hi-Fi motherboard series at Computex 2012. They will feature independent audio power design and a built-in amplifier. BIOSTAR claims that this integrated Puro Hi-Fi solution will even appeal to the most demanding audiophiles!
A report by the Korean Economic Daily quoted an unnamed Samsung executive who revealed that the Galaxy S III received 9 million pre-orders worldwide.
The Google Search app for iPhone and iPod Touch receives an update which features a completely redesigned UI. Read on for the other changes made to the app.
The redesigned Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will come with the S-Pen, an S-Pen slot and a quad-core processor.
Yahoo Axis is a new take on the search engine. The vertical listing of results in text formats used by competitors has been replaced with a visual representation with this new venture.
LG has gone back to the drawing board for their imminent 55EM9600 OLED TV, judging by the carbon fiber back and sturdier stand which the display sports. There are murmurs of a steeper price tag too, compared to initial rumors of a US$8,000 retail price.
Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Most of the devices on the list are getting the Android 4.0 update in June and July. HTC expects to finish the upgrades in August for all announced devices.
VIA Technologies has announced their Android-based PC (APC) that is priced at US$49. Looking very similar to the Raspberry Pi, VIA Technologies has jumped onto the bandwagon for tiny PCs with very attractive price points.