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Thursday, 9 Feb 2012
Details are still sketchy for the moment, but an industry source has revealed to Forbes that Nokia will be announcing at least one high-end smartphone, alongside an unusual software feature normally found only on high-end smartphones.
Sigma has announced a price drop for its SD1 flagship DSLR and upgrades for its DP1 and DP2 large sensor compacts. All three cameras are getting a new name too.
Samsung has confirmed that it will not be hosting a press conference at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, reports PCMag.
Apple is streaming a Paul McCartney concert live via iTunes. But more interestingly, the event will be the first live content available for streaming to AppleTV users indicating that Apple might be getting serious about tackling broadcast.
Chinese information technology website DoNews claimed that Apple is bringing support for Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Russian languages to Siri in March.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
AMD shared its roadmap for the next two years last week on its Financial Analyst Day. Acknowledging Intel's dominance in the desktop CPU market, AMD has its sights set on the flourishing mobile segment.
The upcoming Android 2.3 LG Optimus Vu is said to feature a 5-inch IPS panel, GSMArena reports.
Most of us have been wondering when the second most preferred browser on the Internet (Chrome of course) would appear on Google's other baby, Android. Well we can stop wondering, because Chrome Beta has just appeared on the Android Market.
One of the most commonly recognizable features of the Windows OS over more than a decade has been the Start Button and Menu. Microsoft has made the radical decision to ditch both for the upcoming Windows 8.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Nokia's first Windows Phone, the Nokia Lumia 800, was launched in three colors: black, cyan and magenta. A fourth color has been revealed, showcasing the Lumia 800 in a pure, white polycarbonate design.