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Wednesday, 16 May 2012
Sitting at the top of Lenovo's enterprise notebook pile at the moment is the ThinkPad X1. While it's one of the best business notebooks that money can buy, that honor will soon go to its successor, the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon Ultrabook.
Facebook has just hired the full team of seven employees from Lightbox, the developer of the popular Android-exclusive photosharing app Lightbox Photos.
According to GigaOM's report, Ikea's upcoming Uppleva 'home theater in a box' will allegedly carry popular video streaming apps like YouTube and Vimeo. Ikea's all-in-one solution is expected to be launched in Europe next month before trickling down to the rest of the world.
China's largest search engine, Baidu is reported to be launching a smartphone with a new version of its mobile operating system next week. Leaked images point to a 3.5-inch display, a matte polycarbonate chassis that comes in different colors, and four touch sensitive navigation buttons.
Evernote 4.0 for Android brings a host of new features and a completely redesigned home screen. Read on for more details.
General Motors says that paid ads on Facebook have little impact on consumers' car purchases and is therefore planning to stop advertising on the site.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is opening up its Nexus program to several OEM partners and will launch up to five Android 5.0 devices by end of the year.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Singtel has officially apologized for its Mio TV disruptions, citing the large number of viewers to be the cause of its technical glitches, Straits Times reports.
Rumors have it that the first Windows 8 Tablets, featuring chips from Intel, should be available for public consumption in November of this year. Will the new OS for the smart device be a game changer?
The new Linux-based open source mobile OS can run Android applications via a program called Application Compatibility Layer (ACL), reports the Handheld Blog.