News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 5 Sep 2011
Google's little green droid is going places, and its next destination is space, where it'll be aiding NASA's robotic satellites to perform data collection and video footage capture.
Samsung Electronics' CEO Choi Gee Sung announced at IFA that Samsung will never buy webOS and remains committed to its in-house Bada OS.
While the web is rife with Amazon releasing its 7-inch tablet soon, there's also news of how it plans to support the launch of its tablet: overhauling its website.
More details on the webOS fiasco has been outlined in leaked HP documents, according to Precentral.
The World Economic Forum releases their list of top tech innovators for the year 2012 which includes quite a few interesting choices.
Holding out for USB 3.0 ports before you shell out for a Mac? Well your wait might not be in vain, if reports surrounding Apple's interest in it proves positive.
Inspired by the Jawas' mobile fortress/moving junkyard sale (buy 1 droid, get 1 free), Lucasfilm Singapore have released details of their new high tech regional head office.
Amazon.com plans to unveil a smaller and cheaper US$250 rival to Apple's iPad tablet device in November, as reported by TechCrunch on Friday.
The lawsuit dispute between Apple and Samsung seems to spill over to IFA 2011 where the Galaxy Tab 7.7 was apparently removed from the show floor a few days after its announcement.
Friday, 2 Sep 2011
Another tablet will be joining the party, with Sony's Tablet S pre-loading Google Android 3.0 and armed with an A/V remote control.