News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 21 Sep 2011
Fancy a dose of Android 3.2 Honeycomb? The Huawei MediaPad might be hitting the stores sooner than you think.
A photograph of an unannounced Motorola tablet was leaked online. It appears to sport a seven-inch display.
Toshiba beefs up its 3D TV suite with the new Regza TL868 model for the UK market. Powered by edge LED backlights, the active-shutter models will be made available in 40 and 46 inch variants.
Tuesday, 20 Sep 2011
Finnair's first foray into pro-gaming (sort of) launches today with its Angry Birds Asian Challenge held aboard Finnair flight AY081 from Helsinki to Singapore.
A slip-up by Intel and BIOSTAR has revealed the chipmaker's next high-performance socket LGA1155 processor, the Core i7-2700K. It will be replacing the Core i7-2600K CPU.
Windows 8 is coming soon, and with it comes a massive performance boost over the already well-received Windows 7.
Google Wallet aims to bring more payment methods to world; impulse buying takes on a whole new meaning.
The launch date and details of the upcoming Nexus phone were leaked in a poem by Twitter user, @tfleming223 on the social networking site.
Samsung may deploy more aggressive tactics against Apple after legal setbacks in Germany and The Netherlands. The Korean-based company will move to have Apple's next-generation iPhone banned from sale in Korea following EU-wide injunctions issued against Samsung's tablets and smartphones.
Monday, 19 Sep 2011
You know what happens when Windows 8 makes lives easier for the IT department? It means we can finally be rid of the ridiculously outdated Windows XP once and for all!