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Tuesday, 5 Mar 2013
Canon has developed a highly sensitive, full-frame image sensor for low-light video capture. The sensor has a 1920 x 1080 pixel array, and can see impressively into the dark.
According to MetroStore Scanner, the Windows Store currently has slightly over 45,000 apps worldwide.
@evleaks posted two pictures and specs of the alleged Samsung Galaxy S IV.
Seagate has announced plans to phase out its 7,200rpm 2.5-inch magnetic hard disk drives (HDDs) by stopping their production by the end of this year. The company plans to focus on solid-state hybrid drives like its Momentus XT series that will transition to its third-generation later this year.
Monday, 4 Mar 2013
Specs of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone have apparently been leaked via Antutu benchmark results.
HGST, formerly Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, has combined two nanotechnologies of self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting to potentially enable bit-patterned media to become a cost-effective means of increasing data densities in magnetic HDDs before the end of the decade.
HTC has revealed a list of devices that are going to receive the Sense 5 upgrade "in the next few months".
Popular note-taking app, Evernote, has just reset all user passwords over the weekend after a security breach in which user information has been stolen.
There's a rising number of cases where children have made accidental in-app purchases, with the latest case being five-year-old Danny Kitchen, who spent a total of £1,710.43 on in-game items for the game, Zombies vs Ninja.
After admitting that Motorola devices are not up to its standards, Google has announced the hire of former Apple Chief Evangelist Guy Kawasaki as an advisor to the Motorola brand.