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Thursday, 10 Nov 2011
Samsung has just unveiled a pink version of the Samsung Galaxy S II in South Korea.
According to a leaked slide from DonanimHaber, AMD is preparing to launch two next-generation Bulldozer chipsets in 2012; they are the 1090FX and 1070.
Barnes & Noble accuses Microsoft of attempting to impair the competition by demanding royalties for the use of Android. The bookseller also requested for U.S. regulators to investigate their claim against Microsoft.
Wednesday, 9 Nov 2011
ASUS has officially announced the specifications for its Transformer Prime Android-based tablet. Here's what to expect.
The surprise sale of Kobo, maker of Borders' e-reader, to Japan's Rakuten for $315 million could be a big step towards the company's expansion into downloadable media.
Mozilla has made Firefox 8 available for download. The new web browser introduces the ability to search through tweets, on-demand tab browsing and greater HTML 5 support.
When HP called for a meeting with webOS employees on Tuesday to discuss about the fate of what used to be the most promising mobile operating systems out there, everyone thought that a decision has been made. Turns out it was the exact opposite.
Tuesday, 8 Nov 2011
A temporary fix has been released by Microsoft for the Duqu Trojan, however, the company didn't comment on the timeline for the release of its official patch for this vulnerability.
The HTC Edge is reportedly equipped with a quad-core processor and is said to be the Taiwanese company's first (and probably the world's first) such handset.
As HP struggles to re-organize themselves, a big question looms over the Palm (webOS) unit that HP bought for US$1.2 billion last year. Does it have a role to play in HP's future?