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Wednesday, 12 Mar 2014
Intel’s new MXC fiber optics cable is touted to offer data transfer rates of up to 800Gbps. The MXC cable is jointly developed by Intel, Corning, and US Conec, with the aim of replacing current 10Gbps interconnect cables used in data centers and supercomputing setups.
A leaked sales guide reveals the function of the dual-camera setup and other official specs of the all new HTC One.
Tuesday, 11 Mar 2014
ZiiLabs, a wholly owned subsidiary of Creative Technology, has just filed a patent infringement lawsuit in the United States against Apple and Samsung.
In a case of un-Hello-ly matrimony, a limited edition Leica is going on sale with a logo of Hello Kitty wearing Playboy bunny ears. Click through to see the most seductive Hello Kitty ever.
Monday, 10 Mar 2014
According to a Digitimes report, Google has pressured ASUS to delay the launch of its Android/Windows-capable Transformer Book Duet hybrid notebook.
Neil Young's high-fidelity digital music player, PonoPlayer, will be available for pre-order via Kickstater on March 15 for US$399.
HTC's upcoming flagship smartphone has been leaked in an extensive photo gallery. In addition, official flip cases for the device also have been revealed on Twitter.
Friday, 7 Mar 2014
According to reports, Apple is turning to TSMC to produce its rumored quad-core 64-bit "A8" SoC that will power its latest iPhones and iPads.
According to Newsweek, the enigmatic founder of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, has been tracked down. Apparently, he lives in a modest home, located in California, United States.
Playstation 3 hit, The Last of Us, is set to be adapted into a live-action movie. For more details, hit the link.