- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 19 Apr 2012
Google secretly restructured its internal network using an open-source technology called OpenFlow two years ago. Here are some insights as to why the search giant chose such a radical path.
According to multiple sources close to the company and familiar with the situation, Facebook has targeted May 17 as the day it will release its IPO.
According to its official blog, ARM has unveiled its power optimized Cortex-A15 quad-core processor aimed directly at notebooks and network-based hardware. As it is a hard macro processor with hardware set parameters, its development and deployment may be sped up.
An unnamed Samsung executive mentioned that the company's upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will be powered by Samsung's very own Exynos quad-core CPU with an on-chip LTE, adding on to the list of rumors surrounding Samsung's next Android smartphone.
Wednesday, 18 Apr 2012
Sources close to Microsoft have told The Verge that existing Windows Phone devices will not be receiving the Apollo update. Should this be true, it will create a fragmentation of devices with different Windows Phone versions, much like what Google's Android is currently facing.
YouTube is partnering MGM to add 600 movie titles to its existing list of available rentals. You can expect several timeless classics to be part of the latest update which is enabling Google to inch closer to being a movie library of the future.
The Samsung Premium Suite upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy Note will come with a collection of S-Pen optimized apps including tons of new customization and e-card options.
The range of built-in home entertainment systems is expected to launch in Sweden and selected countries by end of the year, followed by a global roll-out in early 2013.
A Microsoft spokesperson has confirmed in an interview that all Windows Phone 7 handsets will be getting the upgrade to Windows Phone 8, "Apollo".
Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012
A team of scientists at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Genoa, Italy, have created paper that is waterproof, magnetic and antibacterial. This discovery will have many potential uses, such as food packaging, medical applications, and cultural heritage documents.