- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 23 Jul 2013
Professional photographers and graphic designers will be delighted to know that Toshiba will be releasing a new line of SD memory cards that boasts the world's fastest data write speeds this October, starting from Japan.
Disney Research (an unofficial joint effort with labs such as ETH Zurich to analyze and develop for companies like ESPN, Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and so forth) has developed a breakthrough which can induce 3D computer models from 2D images.
Researchers at University of California, Berkeley, United States have unveiled a "sensor network on flexible plastic." Dubbed as an electronic skin or e-skin, it responds to touch by lighting up. As the pressure increases, so does the intensity of the emitted light.
A Microsoft Game Studios executive has revealed that the Xbox One will automatically record and store the last five minutes of your gameplay.
Popular Linux-based OS developer Ubuntu is aiming to crowdfund its first smartphone, the Ubuntu Edge, by raising US$32 Million in funds on Indiegogo.
Monday, 22 Jul 2013
Karsten Nohl, a cryptanalyst from a German security firm, has claimed to have discovered a glitch in mobile SIM card encryption technology after examining thousands of SIM cards.
Google has recently updated Gmail, giving the compose window the ability to go full-screen. This much requested feature will be rolling out to users in the next few days.
Friday, 19 Jul 2013
VLC has recently announced that they will be appearing in the Apple App Store very soon. This will be the first time that VLC will be in the App Store, since it was removed from the App Store in 2011.
Samsung has just announced the SSD 840 Evo, a TLC NAND-based SSD, which is also based on a brand new controller and promises to offer better write speeds.
Tumblr, the popular microblogging and social networking portal, has released an emergency patch for its iOS application. The patch will address "an issue that allowed passwords to be compromised in certain circumstance." For precaution, the company also advised users to change their passwords.