- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 24 May 2012
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.
In a blog post, CEO of Google Larry Page announced that the acquisition of Motorola Mobility is finally complete. Both US and European regulatory bodies were looking into the merger to ensure no occurrence of future foul play.
Tuesday, 22 May 2012
NVIDIA has refreshed three previous generation GeForce GT 500 cards that are based on its Fermi GPU. They have been re-christened as GeForce GT 600 cards, targeting budget conscious consumers and OEMs.
Numbers and figures from Stat Counter show that Google Chrome has overtaken Internet Explorer for the first time to become the most used browser globally.
Toshiba reveals that they are halting production of Regza LCD TVs in Japan due to poor consumer demand and also as part of the company's restructuring plans for their TV division.
Monday, 21 May 2012
According to Microsoft's Greater China COO Michel van der Bel, Nokia Lumia 800 has helped the Windows Phone platform reach seven percent of the Chinese market, overtaking iOS.
Known as the 'Monmouthpedia' project, Wikipedia blankets the entire Welsh town with QR codes related to 500 articles penned in 25 languages for visitors to lap up.