- Reads from WWW
Monday, 12 Sep 2011
Google is said to be naming the successor to Ice Cream Sandwich as Android Jelly Bean.
Friday, 9 Sep 2011
Nikon will finally be making a long-awaited foray into the mirrorless interchangeable camera category, as reported by Reuters today.
A support page for the Samsung GT-I9250, which is allegedly the model number for the upcoming Nexus Prime, has been spotted, further reinforcing earlier rumors of Samsung producing the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich device for Google.
Google Maps App for Android gets updated to version 5.10.0. While there are no sweeping changes there are two minor tweaks that let you personalize your Maps app experience.
Apacer races ahead to release the world's lightest USB3.0 flash drive - the Apacer AH350. Its glossy black and matte white finish are inspired by racing car designs.
Google has yet again expanded its hold on the WWW with its recent acquisition of Zagat, a popular publisher of guides for travelers and tourists.
There are rumors that Intel's Sandy Bridge-E CPUs will be shipped by November. These consumer processors' target audience are the enthusiast overclockers.
Most of us are quite reliant on products from Google, ranging from Gmail, to Blogger -- even iOS users. The latest product that is now compatible with iOS is Blogger.
The mystery quad-core Windows 8 tablet due to be shown at Microsoft's BUILD event next week has been identified as a Samsung model, and possibly signals Samsung's lesser dependency on Google's Android OS as well.
NVIDIA's CEO and President Jen-Hsun Huang had confirmed in an interview with Forbes that Android tablets coming by end of the year would be equipped with the company's quad core processors (codenamed Kal-El)