- Reads from WWW
Monday, 17 Jun 2013
Google can never be faulted for not dreaming big enough. With their latest endeavor, Project Loon, Google is aiming to bring wireless networks to two out of three people on Earth with the help of balloons.
Microsoft is reportedly paying up to US$100,000 to Windows Phone 8 application developers. By offering such lucrative cash incentives, the Redmond software giant hopes to bolster the offerings on its Windows store, so that people would be convinced to purchase a Windows Phone 8 device.
Sunday, 16 Jun 2013
According to leaked photos, Xbox One games at E3 could actually be running on a Windows 7 systems with NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 700 series graphics.
Friday, 14 Jun 2013
Iomega is now part of LenovoEMC, a joint venture between Lenovo and EMC which was formed in August 2012 to deliver NAS solutions.
Nokia is pulling the plug on Symbian, which was once the most popular smartphone platform until it was subdued by Android, towards the end of 2010.
Apple is said to be exploring the option to increase the display size of its iPhone and introducing a more affordable model in multiple colors.
Images and specs of Samsung's Galaxy NX mirrorless camera have started to surface before the company's June 20 event. It will be a 20.3MP camera that runs on Android.
Thursday, 13 Jun 2013
Sony teases its upcoming smartphone in an event invite, which shows an ultra thin device with a huge display and stylus support.
According to a Microsoft executive, the Xbox One will only launch in Asia in late 2014. There's no word yet on when Japan will be getting the Xbox One.
A feature common to other social network services such as Twitter and Instagram, hashtags can now be used by users on Facebook.