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Monday, 4 Mar 2013
Specs of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone have apparently been leaked via Antutu benchmark results.
HGST, formerly Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, has combined two nanotechnologies of self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting to potentially enable bit-patterned media to become a cost-effective means of increasing data densities in magnetic HDDs before the end of the decade.
HTC has revealed a list of devices that are going to receive the Sense 5 upgrade "in the next few months".
Popular note-taking app, Evernote, has just reset all user passwords over the weekend after a security breach in which user information has been stolen.
There's a rising number of cases where children have made accidental in-app purchases, with the latest case being five-year-old Danny Kitchen, who spent a total of £1,710.43 on in-game items for the game, Zombies vs Ninja.
After admitting that Motorola devices are not up to its standards, Google has announced the hire of former Apple Chief Evangelist Guy Kawasaki as an advisor to the Motorola brand.
Friday, 1 Mar 2013
Google has admitted that Motorola devices aren't up to their standards in a telling press conference, a full nine months after their acquisition.
Due to increasing competition, Patriot Memory has announced that it will be exiting the SSD business to focus on its memory and accessories business.
Microsoft has just announced the availability of the Surface RT in late March for Singapore and five other countries. In the wake of its impending launch, the Surface Pro will also be made available soon. Read on to uncover more exciting details.
Thursday, 28 Feb 2013
Researchers have revealed their development of a flexible and stretchable lithium-ion battery that can be extended to three times its original size, without any degradation in its performance. Read on to uncover more exciting details about this new battery!