- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 29 Feb 2012
Apple's official invite for an event on the 7th of March can only mean one thing - the unveiling of the third Apple tablet. Just one more week, and we'll see how the iPad 3 will shake things up in the tablet scene.
Tuesday, 28 Feb 2012
The Panasonic Eluga Android smartphone took a dive in the water at Mobile World Congress 2012 but escaped unscathed. Read on to find out more.
Samsung and Sony plan to level the playing field against online retailers and mega-stores with their new unilateral pricing policies. This move would ensure that independent or smaller dealers have a chance of making the sale in light of the aggressive price competition.
With more quad-core smartphones and tablets coming right up in 2012, NVIDIA just made an announcement on the gaming front. Expect more games such as Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II and many more optimized for the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor under Tegra Zone.
Facebook made its mark by re-tooling the Internet to deliver unparalleled connectivity. And they do not seem to be letting up as they gear to capitalize on the mobile web.
Monday, 27 Feb 2012
Adobe releases Photoshop Touch, a tablet version of their popular Photoshop app, for the iPad 2. The app features Photoshop-like functions, like layers, selection tools, adjustments and filters to work with your images.
Some users of the Fujifilm X10 have reported seeing an artifact in their images. Looking like white orbs, the artifact appears when shooting in certain lighting conditions. Fujifilm released a firmware update (version 1.03) a couple of weeks ago and Dpreview has conducted an extensive investigation into whether it resolves the issue.
Right after HTC's announcement of its One smartphones, the three Android 4.0 devices are spotted as a pre-order on Clove, a UK online retailer. The One X, One S and One V are priced at 410 pounds, 375 pounds and 220 pounds respectively.
In a move to perhaps ensure its survival, RapidShare has decided to reduce download speeds for free users. The move is designed to make the site less attractive as a platform for pirates.
ASRock has brought support for Ivy Bridge CPUs as well as Intel Rapid Start and Smart Connect technologies to its entire H61 motherboard series. The company has released BIOS updates to these entry-level boards so that they can retain their computing advantage at no additional costs.