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Tuesday, 19 Feb 2013
LG Display has announced that it will invest 706 billion won (about US$655 million) in a new production line to mass produce OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels.
A team of computer scientists at the University of London claims to have invented a self-healing and crash-proof computer. Their computer is based on systemic computing where each set of computer instructions are executed independently, making the whole system less prone to our familiar BSOD.
Computerworld recently discovered that Microsoft had quietly increased the price of Office for Mac by up to 17%.
A post on Dell Web Vertical Director Barton George's blog has revealed that the Dell Linux Ultrabook, called the Developer Edition, will be getting an upgrade in the form of a 1080p screen. All other specifications for the product remain unchanged.
Multiple sources have confirmed that Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S IV at an event in New York City on 14 March.
Monday, 18 Feb 2013
According to PhoneArena, the company is preparing for a 5.5-inch device that looks set to beat its competition out of the water while bearing extremely close physical resemblance to the popular Galaxy Note II. More importantly, it will be the first phone to use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 600 chipset.
According to research firm Strategy Analytics, Nokia will not be showing off any tablet at MWC this year and will instead focus on their Lumia WP8 smartphones.
A job listing on Microsoft confirms the existence of Windows Blue and also hints at a new Windows Blue Phone.
Google's VP of Engineering, Vic Gondutra responded in Google+ post that Google is "committed to making making Nexus phones insanely great cameras."
In an attempt to get more of its products into the hands of consumers, Google is planning to open its own chain of retail stores. The stores are expected to be up and running in major US metropolitan areas this year.