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Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Blackberry is guaranteeing developers that they will make at least $10,000 in the first year for their "Certified" Blackberry 10 apps.
Monday, 30 Apr 2012
Intel has officially released its new 22nm Ivy Bridge series that comprises both desktop and mobile computing processors. Besides releasing the official prices for the Ivy Bridge CPUs, read on to find out if there were any price reductions for the 2nd generation Intel Core processors.
Mozilla has released version 12 for the public to download. At the same time, more adventurous users can try out the beta for Firefox 13 which is expected to keep the changes rolling on.
Amazon's Kindle Fire is now one of the most popular Android devices in the US, and the most prominent Android tablet in the market. But that doesn't mean Google is amused, because Amazon's version of Android is bringing developers into their yard.
Opera has confirmed that it'd be implementing WebKit prefixes. And it has now prepared Opera Mobile Emulator builds to test the WebKit prefix support.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will allegedly come with a 4.8-inch screen size and measures 130mm, KnowYourMobile reports.
One way Apple stays ahead of the competition is to take advantage of tax codes written in an age that is ill suited in today's digital economy.
Panasonic and NHK unveil a 145-inch Super Hi-Vision prototype plasma television. That's approximately 16 times the resolution of a conventional Full-HD display.
Friday, 27 Apr 2012
ASUS has announced the ASUS P8Z77-V Premium, the latest addition to its P8Z77 motherboard series based on the Intel Z77 Express chipset. This board promises high-end features like 4-way multi-GPU setup as well as an onboard Wi-Fi module for wireless connectivity.
Dropbox now enables automatic uploading of photos and videos from any camera, tablet, SD card or smartphone on Windows and Mac. You earn 500MB extra storage space for your first automatic upload and up to 3GB extra for subsequent uploads.