- Reads from WWW
Friday, 25 Jan 2013
Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop, has officially shot down rumors about the company's interest in developing Android smartphones, while taking a shot at the open-sourced operating system.
Microsoft has announced that the SkyDrive app from the Windows Store will start showing notifications on the live tile as you add new files to your SkyDrive. Hopefully, more features like offline sync for Windows RT will come soon.
Intel has just released the Yolo, a low-cost Android handset based on the Lexington mobile platform, and is heading for Kenya. The budget smartphone is a result of a collaboration between Intel and Kenyan service provider, Safaricom, and is the first Intel smartphone for Africa.
Star Trek director J.J. Abrams has been confirmed as the director of Disney's upcoming Star Wars Episode VII.
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
NVIDIA is rumored to be launching a GK110-based graphics card called GeForce Titan. This new card will be named Titan and is positioned squarely between incumbent high-end consumer graphics cards based on the GeForce GTX 680 and the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690.
To get gears up and running, the Mozilla Foundation has also announced yesterday that smartphones running the Firefox OS will be available to developers in February. Because the devices are not designed for consumers, they will be running development versions of Firefox OS.
Games publisher THQ has been in financial trouble for some time, and now the company will be dissolved and sold as separate entities.
Securifi has just launched the Almond+ as a Kickstarter project. The Almond+ is their take on converging home automation and Wi-Fi networking in a single package with a touchscreen for easy configuration. It rides on the momentum of the original Almond 802.11n touchscreen router.
With MWC 2013 coming up, Huawei has started sending out their press invites, one that states that the company will unveil “new products, performance goals and possibilities for the year ahead” at the event.
Nokia is said to be working on a true PureView device running on the Windows Phone OS.