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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?
Samsung adds another member to the Galaxy series with its announcement of the Galaxy M Style smartphone. Primarily aimed at the mass market, the Samsung Galaxy M Style ships with a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 1GHz single-core processor and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Just a few hours ago, ASUS Singapore held a pre-order promotion for the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Though the S$699 pre-order has closed once it reached the first 100 sales, we now know that the Android tablet will be priced at S$899.
Four Intel engineers were arrested by Taiwan's Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) for allegedly selling engineering samples of Intel CPUs on eBay.
Wednesday, 4 Jan 2012
The Wikimedia Foundation, a non profit that is tasked with running and maintaining the Wikipedia site, has raised a record US$20 million after their recent efforts.
The week of December 25th through 31st, saw more iOS and Android device activations compared to any other week of the year, according to Flurry Analytics.
ASUS' next-gen netbooks, dubbed as the ASUS Eee PC Flare, has been leaked ahead of CES 2012. The netbooks are expected to be powered by Intel's latest N2600, N2800 Atom CPU lineup, while a 12-inch model with AMD's Fusion APU line will also make an appearance.