- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
The new Linux-based open source mobile OS can run Android applications via a program called Application Compatibility Layer (ACL), reports the Handheld Blog.
The iOS and Android Facebook mobile apps are getting a minor facelift with larger posts on the news feed wall.
Samsung has plans to bring Dual View benefits to their upcoming OLED televisions, as revealed during the Samsung Premium TV Showcase held in South Korea recently.
With WWDC just weeks away, numerous sources are reporting that Apple's newest MacBook Pros will use NVIDIA graphics and feature Apple's Retina Display.
Google's source codes indicate that the company is working with Samsung on developing the first Nexus-branded tablet. The tablet is said to be powered by a Exynos 5250 dual-core processor, Mali T-604 GPU, has a Super AMOLED display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and a 5-megapixel BSI rear camera.
Monday, 14 May 2012
Turntable.fm, a free app that allows you to share music tracks from their own extensive collection and library, is now available for Google's Android operating system. It can be downloaded from the Google Play store now.
Apple will allegedly be dropping Google Maps in iOS 6 and will rely on its in-house Maps application, 9to5Mac reports.
Panasonic will be scrambling to turn things around after suffering a record net loss of US$9.7 billion. Things aren't looking too rosy for its plasma division either with a 41 percent dip in sales.
Friday, 11 May 2012
Singtel has admitted that its mobile internet speeds in Singapore are slow and will be taking measures to improve the situation, Reuters reports.
According to Mr. Asa Dotzler who is the Product Director for the Firefox desktop browser, Microsoft will restrict third-party browsers from accessing certain APIs on Windows 8 ARM devices, dealing a serious blow to the planned release of their Metro-style Windows 8 version of Firefox.