- Reads from WWW
Friday, 26 Apr 2013
According to a report from Strategy Analytics, Apple leads the tablet market with 19.5 million iPads sold last quarter. Microsoft leapt to a market share of 7.5 per cent with three million Windows-based tablets shipped worldwide, up from last quarter's paltry figure of 1.6 per cent.
Harald Wester, the CEO of Maserati, has described electric cars as "nonsense" and says they are not the answer to emissions-related issues.
LG Vice President of mobile Yoon Bu-hyun states that the company will be introducing a smartphone with a flexible OLED display in Q4 2013.
Thursday, 25 Apr 2013
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Amazon is planning to launch its own television set-top box. This TV-based device can be viewed as a natural extension to Amazon Instant Video that is an video-on-demand service currently only available in the United States.
Apple will be giving away 150 free Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2013 tickets through the WWDC 2013 Student Scholarship. Students must be enrolled in one of Apple's four developer programs to be eligible to win a WWDC 2013 Student Scholarship.
Lawrence Hryb, the Director of Programming for the Microsoft gaming network Xbox Live, has confirmed that the new Xbox will be unveiled on May 21st, with a showcase of the full lineup of games taking place later at E3.
Wednesday, 24 Apr 2013
AMD has unveiled the embedded G-series system on chip (SoC) platform that features the next generation 'Jaguar' CPU architecture and Radeon 8000 series graphics engine. It marks the company's strategic push to markets beyond that of the PC industry.
Geekphone has put out its two Firefox OS developer phones for sale. The phones have sold out within hours, but stocks are said to be replenished soon.
Microsoft has just announced the next wave of Surface Pro and Surface RT availability. The Surface Pro will land in Singapore before the end of June.
Tuesday, 23 Apr 2013
IBM has prototyped a water-cooled solar collector dish that can safely harness the power of 2,000 suns by focusing the sun's rays on hundreds of photovoltaic chips. This High Concentration PhotoVoltaic Thermal (HCPVT) system is capable of converting up to 80 per cent of the collected solar energy.