- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 14 Feb 2013
If rumors are to be believed, HP might be making a return to the tablet market. But instead of trying to resuscitate WebOS, the new devices will feature Android OS and are expected to be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 chip.
Wednesday, 13 Feb 2013
Intel is planning to launch its own Internet TV service along with its set-top box by the end of the year. This is according to Mr. Erik Huggers who is the corporate vice president at Intel Media, a new company division that comprises staff members formerly from Apple, Google, Netflix and Jabber.
Bloomberg reports that Apple has a team of 100 staff from various departments working on a wristwatch-like device.
Michael Dell and Silver Lake's efforts to once again make Dell a private company have hit some road-bumps as investors resist the proposed move. T. Rowe Price Group, the third largest shareholders in Dell Inc., have publicly stated that the proposed buyout does not reflect the true value of the tech company.
According to a new report from Morgan Stanley, Google could pay Apple more than US$1 billion in 2014 to remain the default search engine on iOS. In 2009, Google paid only US$82 million for the same privilege.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer had much to say about the company's apps and search deal with Microsoft at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference.
Friday, 8 Feb 2013
Once again, leaked EXIF data to save the day. This time, they reveal a little more about the upcoming Samsung S IV. It appears that at least two Galaxy S IV versions were used to upload the images up to Google+.
Adobe has just released emergency security updates for the company's Flash Player to address two vulnerabilities that are being exploited in the wild.
Micron Technology has unveiled its new single-sided DDR3 DRAM module that has a reduced height of only 3mm. This translates to a 35% reduction from the standard DDR3 SODIMM. The new single-sided DRAM module also features DDR3L-RS components for lower power consumption.
The new Xbox console is rumored to have voice recognition, not unlike SIRI, allowing users to control it just by speaking commands.