- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 15 Mar 2012
Google has followed Mozilla's lead and announced plans to port Chrome over to Metro. But will both the competitors, as strange as it may sound, be able to top Internet Explorer 10?
New iPad apps, such as KeyNote and iMovie, have been upgraded to support the 2048 x 1536 Retina Display. Bad news? These apps look to be up to fives times larger in storage, TinHte reports.
Reports regarding Samsung's anticipated flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, surface once again in cyberspace with claims of possible specs, launch date, press image, and water-resistant characteristic.
Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012
On top of a recent PlayBook 2.0 update, RIM has also announced the Bluetooth BlackBerry Mini Keyboard. Pre-orders start today.
While Mozilla's Firefox hit its tenth incarnation not too long ago at the end of January, version 11 is being released today. What improvements for users as well as developers does it bring?
An unnamed Samsung official revealed that Apple is readying a smaller 7.85-inch iPad mini for a release later this year. A new model of the MacBook Air is also reported to come with a faster solid state drive.
The iconic Encylopaedia Britannica has announced that its 2010 print edition will be the last installment offered in hard copy format. Information from their resources will however still be accessible to users via the online medium.
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012
Tag Heuer introduces the world's first luxury phone, the Racer which is crafted for high performance. Retailing at 2800€, the Racer will be available in Tag Heuer boutiques, luxury mobile boutiques and select watch and jewellery retailers in July.
Twitter has acquired lightweight blogging service Posterous, which sheds some light on the direction the company seems to be heading.
Samsung has announced via its Facebook and Twitter accounts that the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update will hit Galaxy S II handsets in Korea and Europe first.