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Wednesday, 21 Mar 2012
Besides confirming complaints of the new iPad heating up under heavy usage, Consumer Reports also found that the Apple slate would not charge under heavy loads.
Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks will be hitting the market soon, but simply swapping out Sandy Bridge processors for Ivy Bridge ones and calling it a refresh simply won't do. That's why ASUS is planning a major component upgrade to their Zenbook series to complement the arrival of Ivy Bridge processors.
Twitter includes advertising in its mobile apps with Promoted tweets. Previously not found on mobile devices, Twitter has announced that Promoted Tweets will now appear on iOS, Android and other mobile platforms.
Tuesday, 20 Mar 2012
Like its Japanese counterparts, Sharp Corporation is finding themselves in the red with a forecast annual net loss of US$3.5 billion for the fiscal year ending on March 31st.
The newest iPad on the block does run a little hotter than its predecessor, 10 degrees more to be exact, according to Tweakers.net.
You can now share Dropbox folders with your friends on Facebook by typing their Facebook names instead of entering their email addresses or Dropbox usernames.
Monday, 19 Mar 2012
If you've been searching for the personal hotspot feature on your new iPad, we have some bad news for you. It's not available on the iPads that are currently being sold in Singapore, but it might be available through a future update sent out by the Singapore carriers.
Now TCL, one of China's biggest television makers, takes the limelight as it shows off its huge 110-inch 3D TV.
Social news website Reddit leaked two images of what seemed to be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III.
Friday, 16 Mar 2012
A list of third-party apps that have been upgraded to complement the new iPad's screen has been released to Tech Crunch. Click the jump for more details.