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Friday, 31 May 2013
HTC just announced a few hours ago that it will offer the One Google Edition through the Google Play Store from 26 June. (Update: There is no plans to bring the device to Singapore or the region.)
Thursday, 30 May 2013
Google has just started rolling out a new inbox for Gmail on desktop and mobile, that promises to help reduce inbox clutter. This new inbox organizes your inbox by grouping incoming mail into categories, which appear as tabbed inboxes.
After a series of manufacturing glitches last year, Apple is looking to reduce its reliance on Foxconn by including Pegatron to its supply chain mix.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside revealed at D11 earlier that the company will be launching Moto X, the first smartphone assembled in the U.S, by October.
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Gigabyte has just launched its Brix mini PC kits. Currently comprising four models, three kits feature third generation Intel Core mobile processors; while the fourth variant is powered by an Intel Celeron 1037U chip. The kits will ship without memory, storage or an operating system.
Intel's latest acquisition of a satellite navigation chip business unit signals new CEO Brian Krzanich intent to double up in the mobile space.
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
It's not the first time we've seen a white Nexus 4 in the wild, but Android and Me says that they managed to snag one at the Google I/O conference and that it will reportedly be available on the Google Play Store on June 10th (Update: It will launch at the end of May in Hong Kong).
Monday, 27 May 2013
ASUS has announced the local availability of its AMD Radeon HD 7990 graphics card for a princely sum of S$1,599. The ASUS HD7990 features two Tahiti XT GPUs, which are clocked at 1000MHz each, with 6GB of frame buffer. It features a cooler with three 92mm fans, and a generous eight-title game bundle.
Thursday, 23 May 2013
According to a study performed by Pew Research Center, teenagers are increasingly finding Facebook a burden. Their "waning enthusiasm" stems from the "drama" and stress of managing their friends and online reputation on Facebook.
In its ongoing legal battles with Samsung, Apple is adding five new patents to its claim. The patents specifically targets Samsung's new S4 and the Google Now service for Android.