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Friday, 3 Aug 2012
Samsung is sending out invites for its upcoming Mobile Unpacked event at IFA 2012. The event is scheduled on 29 August in Berlin.
Samsung has just announced the production of ultra-fast embedded memory for smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. It is the first chip maker to support the latest JEDEC e-MMC v4.5 specification that standardizes more features for enhanced performance, efficiency, security, and reliability.
Multiple user accounts should be coming soon to Android after developers discovered a code embedded in Jelly Bean that allows multiple profile switching.
The Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) has imposed a new set of minimum standards for network builder OpenNet to comply, including a three-day window to complete fibre installation works for 98 percent of home users.
Thursday, 2 Aug 2012
RIM CEO spoke to The Telegraph about how the company could go about licensing its upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform to other phone manufacturers.
We last reported that Firefox OS based smartphones would be available in early 2013 and now we have some new screenshots of Mozilla's upcoming mobile OS.
Popular cloud-storage service, Dropbox, suffered a security breach recently when hackers absconded with users' email addresses and passwords linked to their Dropbox accounts.
The South Korean electronics maker thumps out yet another multimedia offering, with the addition of five 3D games available for download to their Cinema 3D TV range.
A render of a new mysterious BlackBerry device, "Dev Alpha B", was accidentally put up on RIM's developer website for a short while before being removed. As usual, an attentive user caught wind of it and decided to ask the guys at @BlackBerryDev on Twitter about it.
Crucial has announced its V4 series of SSDs for the budget-minded consumer. These SSDs feature the SATA 3Gbps interface and comes in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities with MSRPs of US$49.99, US$69.99, US$99.99, and US$189.99 respectively. Read on to uncover their performance specifications.