News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011
Neodymium magnets used in low-profile loudspeakers are set to increase in price by 40% on July 1. The cost for the rare earth metal has risen by 1400% since 2008
A disagreement over the weighting of the workloads in the recently launched SYSmark12 benchmark has led to AMD resigning from the industry organization.
Tuesday, 21 Jun 2011
The British Library has announced plans to work with Google in digitizing 250,000 out-of-copyright books from the library's collections.
ICANN has finally agreed to go ahead with generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) at the ICANN 41 meeting in Singapore.
Today's announcement is the official unveiling of Intel's broader plan to commercialize the MIC-based Knight's family, starting with the 50-core Knight's Corner chip on 22nm.
Press shots of the supposed the Nokia N9 have been leaked on the web, right before Nokia Connection kicks off at CommunicAsia 2011.
Monday, 20 Jun 2011
More Samsung products are leeching on Apple's ideas, according to the iPhone maker's latest patent suit.
Google has acquired HTPC software company SageTV for an undisclosed sum, which leads to the likelihood that we'll see some SageTV features in Google TV in the future.
Game publisher Sega has admitted over the weekend that nearly 1.3 million customers' information were obtained following the hacking of the Sega Pass website.
UBeam introduces an interesting wireless charging method that uses ultrasound energy emitted from a charging station and converted into viable enertgy via a transducer attached to a device.