- Reads from WWW
Monday, 4 Mar 2013
After admitting that Motorola devices are not up to its standards, Google has announced the hire of former Apple Chief Evangelist Guy Kawasaki as an advisor to the Motorola brand.
Friday, 1 Mar 2013
Google has admitted that Motorola devices aren't up to their standards in a telling press conference, a full nine months after their acquisition.
Due to increasing competition, Patriot Memory has announced that it will be exiting the SSD business to focus on its memory and accessories business.
Microsoft has just announced the availability of the Surface RT in late March for Singapore and five other countries. In the wake of its impending launch, the Surface Pro will also be made available soon. Read on to uncover more exciting details.
Thursday, 28 Feb 2013
Researchers have revealed their development of a flexible and stretchable lithium-ion battery that can be extended to three times its original size, without any degradation in its performance. Read on to uncover more exciting details about this new battery!
The Google Chrome team has released an update to the Android version of Chrome. Changes include the ability to have music from a web app continue playing while Chrome is running in the background. Hit the link for more information.
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013
With the recent influx of 5-inch devices, ZTE has gone ahead and announced an Android smartphone with a 5.7-inch, 720 x 1280 display at MWC 2013. Comparatively, Samsung's Galaxy Note II comes with a 5.5-inch screen and Huawei's Ascend Mate comes with a bigger 6.1-inch screen.
AMD has unveiled details about TressFX Hair that is its new, cutting-edge rendering technology that is touted to be able to create life-like locks in real time. It leverages on the DirectCompute to harness the parallel processing prowess of its AMD's GCN-based GPUs.
With plush toys and a licensed series of board games under its belt, the Angry Birds franchise is now set to launch its own animated web series.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has reported that global music revenues have increased by 0.3 percent over 2012. This is the first time since 1999 that the music industry has reported an increase in revenue.