News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 5 Aug 2011
Notebook manufacturers are turning to new materials to build their ultra-books, because word is that the two major suppliers of aluminium are already busy producing for Apple.
Previously, we reported that Google has accused its biggest rivals of colluding to hamper the growth of Android. Microsoft rebutted the suggestion shortly after. The cat fight hasn't stopped yet, as blows continue to be traded between the two.
Korean TV maker, Samsung, announces that its UE46D8000 active-shutter 3DTV has been awarded with the "Full HD 3D Tested" and "3D Tested" certificates from Europe's certification facility, TÃœV Rheinland.
Thursday, 4 Aug 2011
Sapphire Technology has just announced the Sapphire HD 6950 Toxic Edition, the fastest production card in its class.
Security experts discover the biggest series of cyber attacks to date, involving the infiltration of 72 organisations including the United Nations, governments and companies around the globe.
NVIDIA Vows to Start Shipping Kepler GPUs by Year End.
Google has lashed out at its rivals and accused them of colluding to hamper the growth of Android.
HTC gives the green light for users to unlock the bootloaders in their phones. But at a price.
A promotional image used by Texas Instruments apparently revealed that Google may has chosen it to power the next Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich.
Wednesday, 3 Aug 2011
German researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications have set a new speed record for Visible Light Communication technology, with speeds of up to 800Mbps.