- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 31 Jul 2012
Accessories including a dock and cases for the quad-core Google Nexus 7 tablet by ASUS emerged on the Internet. Supporting slides with features, prices, and release dates of the accessories are provided inside.
In a bid to cut down on overhead costs, Nokia closed its last manufacturing facility in Salo, Finland. Also, HTC has shut its sales office in South Korea, the 'home court' of competitors LG and Samsung.
French scientist John Lorenceau has discovered a new method that combines infrared video camera and reverse phimotion technique, allowing users to write with their eyes in cursive script on a computer display.
Microsoft has confirmed in its annual report, that Windows 8 will be available to the public on the 26th of October, 2012. That will also be the day that consumers will also be able to put their hands on a Surface tablet.
More leaked court documents have surfaced during the very public Apple vs Samsung legal spat. This time, they revealed that Samsung has allegedly been working on a "P10" tablet that would feature a 256 ppi, 11.8-inch 2560 x 1600 super high resolution Retina-like display and LTE connectivity.
The video chat function in Gmail gets updated with Google+ Hangouts. So what can you expect with Google+ Hangouts now easily available on your Gmail? Read on for more details.
Facebook has begun rolling out a new mosaic layout and other improvements for its Photos pages. Along with the new set of changes, Facebook users can also highlight an image to make it stand out on their Timeline.
iMore's sources claim that Apple will be holding a special event on 12th September to launch the next generation iPhone. The iPad Mini will also be announced.
Monday, 30 Jul 2012
Online sources have leaked images of new input devices from Microsoft, seemingly designed with Windows 8 tablets and ultra-portable PCs in mind: the Wedge Touch Mouse and the Wedge Mobile Keyboard.
NVIDIA has announced its support for Miracast, the new wireless display technology from the Wi-Fi Alliance. Devices that are certified to support Miracast, are able to deliver AV content between devices on Wi-Fi connections without the need for existing Wi-Fi networks.