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Friday, 13 Apr 2012
ASRock has launched its new series of motherboards featuring the new Intel Z77 Express chipset. The company organised a power user gathering as a showcase platform for these boards and gracing the event was reowned gamer Johnathan "Fatal1ty". Read on as we uncover the highlights of this event!
Developed by Sports Interactive and published by Sega, Football Manager Handheld 2012 finally arrives on Android after spending years on Apple's iOS. It's time for kick-off, Android heads!
Apple has just released Java for OS X Lion 2012–003 and Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 8. Available for Mac OS X 10.7.3 Lion and 10.6.8 Snow Leopard, they remove the most common variants of the Flashback malware, and supersede all previous versions of Java for OS X Lion and Java for Mac OS X 10.6.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, first glimpsed at MWC 2012, is expected to be delayed due to changes in its hardware, The Verge reports.
As e-readers don't possess backlit screens, reading in the dark is impossible. Barnes & Noble are set to remedy this with its release of a Nook Simple Touch e-reader with LED lights which light up the screen.
Previously found only in the United States markets, Google Currents is now available across the globe. Other than its global availability, Google Currents also adds Google Translate into its mainframe, providing support for up to 38 languages.
A report by the OLED Association indicates that Samsung is planning to release the Galaxy S III in May. More interestingly, the report claims that the Galaxy S III will sport a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED HD Plus display with a pixel density of 319ppi.
Thursday, 12 Apr 2012
There has been a couple of smart watches that sync with your smartphone, but they've all missed something out - they're not iPhone compatible. But that mistake is about to be rectified with the introduction of the Pebble, a Kickstarter campaign that gathered US$500,000 in a single day.
If it's been awhile since you have checked out your Google+ page, now might be a good time as Google has given its social network a major facelift.
Lotus Cars went on Facebook and turned a harmless joke from a popular automotive parody news site into an all-out social media disaster.