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Tuesday, 3 Jan 2012
SoundCloud, a platform for sharing music on social media platforms, has announced that their recent round of raising capital has been successful. While no figures have been provided, experts approximate the cash influx to be around US$50 million.
According to New Technik, AMD has revealed (and removed from) its official website the official specifications of the FX-6200 Black Edition processor, a new high-end desktop hexa-core processor with a clockspeed of 3.8 GHz and boost speeds of up to 4.1GHz.
Notebook Italia obtained an image of a 7-inch ASUS Eee Pad tablet, which seemed to have a different design from the rest of the Eee Pad tablets. ASUS is rumored to announce the new tablet at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 next week.
Friday, 30 Dec 2011
Acer's first quad-core tablet, the Iconia Tab A700 might make an appearance at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012.
The next-gen flagship iPad model is said to feature a new 14,000mAh battery, one that is more than twice of the 6,500mAh battery in the current iPad 2.
At CES 2012, LG will be unveiling the world's largest 3D Ultra Definition (UD) TV. The 84-inch 3D TV will come with a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160, four times higher than existing full HD TV panels.
The Samsung Galaxy S and 7-inch Galaxy Tab may be getting an "Android Value Pack" after being left out of the Android 4.0 update.
Thursday, 29 Dec 2011
The Windows Phone Marketplace has reached the 50,000-app milestone for submissions of applications, just 40 days after reaching the 40,000-app mark.
Windows tablets haven't found themselves many fans over the years, and have mostly been relegated to niche users. Come Windows 8 however, and all that is set to change. Wired predicts that Windows 8 will make Windows tablets surprise, and ultimately appeal to mainstream consumers.
Contrary to rumors, Acer has stated that it won't be exiting the smartphone and tablet race, though the company has plans to take a more conservative approach and launch fewer models over the next few months.