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Monday, 25 Feb 2013
Upcoming Firefox builds will be blocking third party cookies by default. Firefox currently has a "do not track" extension, but many third party advertisers simply ignore the "do not track" requests of the extension and leave a cookie behind anyway.
HP has just unveiled its first Android product and tablet, the Slate 7. With a starting price of US$169.99, the tablet will go on sale in April.
Friday, 22 Feb 2013
The latest rumor, according to Xperia Blog, is about the Xperia SP. The phone is said to come with a "4.6-inch 720p screen, quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro and an 8 megapixel camera".
Before the Mobile World Congress 2013 begins, LG unveiled its newest smartphones - the Optimus F5 and Optimus F7. Both smartphones running on the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean platform are expected to bridge the gap between the Optimus L and Optimus G series.
Snapchat, an app that allows you to send video messages that disappear one to 10 seconds after being watched, is now available in the Google Play Store.
Eagle-eyed Office 2013 users have reported a change in the clause of the Software License Agreement that states the installed application is non-transferable. It also implies the installed software is bound to its host forever.
In the past few weeks a video had been doing the rounds showing a new Google notebook with a high definition 2560 x 1700 resolution screen. That devices has now been announced to be the Chromebook Pixel, the first notebook to be fully designed by Google.
Thursday, 21 Feb 2013
Uber, an app which provides on-demand premium limousine service, officially launches in Singapore. We also share our experience using the app and their service.
Samsung has been now rumored to choose to rely on a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor as opposed to its own Exynos 5 Octa processor for its upcoming Galaxy S IV phone due to "power consumption issues and temperature problems" in the latter.
Qualcomm has revealed the specifications of the new Snapdragon 400 and 200 processors. These new chips are targeted at mid-tier and entry level smartphones; unlike their high-end counterparts, the beefier Snapdragon 800 and 600 processors. Read on to uncover the details of these processors.