News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 10 Dec 2010
Apple may have reasons to drop the use of NVIDIA chipsets in its notebooks, replacing them with the upcoming Sandy Bridge chipset from Intel.
Well, if you were one of the few screaming bloody murder over the loss of your beloved Caps Lock key in the Google Chrome OS laptop, Cr-48, relax. The notebook does have an option for the Caps Lock key after all.
Thursday, 9 Dec 2010
Intel is laying its plans to introduce its processor chips onto tablets and smartphone manufacturers by late 2011.
Leading PC companies are moving forward with plans to shift to digital display outputs like HDMI from analog ones like VGA by 2015.
Google's Cloud Print feature is ready to rock in its Beta phase. While it is undoubtedly cool to print via the cloud, the Chrome OS feature comes with some caveats and requirements you might want to note.
Wednesday, 8 Dec 2010
Ever though Tony Stark's computer from the Iron Man movies was just a tad too far-fetched? Well, the future is a little closer now with Infinite Z's 3D display.
If you can't wait to use a tablet with Windows 7, OnLive gives you that option when it demonstrated how the iPad and Galaxy Tab are running a virtualized Windows 7 interface on both tablets.
Tuesday, 7 Dec 2010
Right after the Google Nexus S announcement, we also spotted Google's Andy Rubin giving a demonstration of the upcoming Google Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, on a prototype Motorola tablet.
Google opens its own online electronic bookstore in a bid to enter the lucrative ebook market hogged by Kindle-maker Amazon. Google's ebooks will be stored in the "cloud" and be available for reading from any computer connected to the Internet, or via applications on mobile devices such as smartphones.