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Thursday, 21 Nov 2013
You don't want to try this at home: Watch as the LG G Flex takes a knife to the back and then gets flexed. Does the 'self-healing' material really heal itself and the flexy phone take flexing well?
Popular online photo and video-sharing social networking app Instagram is finally available on Windows Phone 8 devices today.
Wednesday, 20 Nov 2013
A visibly emotional Bill Gates tears up at a shareholder meeting when he talks about Microsoft's search for a new CEO.
According to the findings of an inquisitive user, LG's Smart TVs log user viewing habits and even the names for the files played via USB. While there is an option to turn off the collection of information, apparently it has no effect on the LG Smart TVs' logging procedures.
Sony spokesman Dan Race issued a statement to The Washington Post that the number of PlayStation 4 consoles affected by the "blue light of death" is fewer than 1 percent of all consoles sold.
After tearing down the PlayStation 4 and analyzing its components, it is believed that each console costs Sony about US$381 to build.
ASRock has announced its Z87 Extreme11/ac motherboard that features a whopping 22 SATA 6Gbps connectors. Six SATA connectors are provided by the Intel Z87 PCH. The additional 16 SAS-3/SATA 6Gbps ones are courtesy of the onboard LSI SAS 3008 controller, in combination with a 3X24R expander.
Tuesday, 19 Nov 2013
AMD has announced its 12GB FirePro S10000 graphics card that is meant for high performance computing (HPC) implementations. NVIDIA also has its own solution, in the form of the 12GB Tesla K40 graphics card.
David Eun, EVP and head of the Open Innovation Center at Samsung defended the Galaxy Gear smart watch and shared his personal thoughts that the company is not given credits for innovating and getting the device into the market.
Monday, 18 Nov 2013
Google has released an iOS version of their Google Play Music service. Users with Apple devices can expect the same functionality from Google Play Music as Android users, except for the fact that the former will not be able to purchase music from the service.