- Reads from WWW
Friday, 7 Dec 2012
NVIDIA's GeForce Experience is a PC application that optimizes game settings and keeps graphics card drivers up-to-date. This service is released in beta version and is limited to the first 10,000 users who register on a first-come, first-served basis.
Acquired by Google in September, Snapseed, a popular photo-editing app, is now finally available for download on Google Play for free. Likewise, the iOS version of the app is also free for now (originally US$4.99), but has also been updated to include Google+ integration and some new filters.
Google has just announced that it’s no longer accepting new signups for the free edition of Google Apps. Luckily, if you’re already using it, today’s announcement has no impact on you, unless you wish to add more than 10 users.
Huawei has just confirmed that it is working on "an oversized" Ascend Mate smartphone, one that's positioned to be Samsung's Galaxy Note II competitor. The device has been alleged to come with a huge 6.1-inch full HD 1080p display while running a 1.8GHz quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM.
Thursday, 6 Dec 2012
Sony announces the Playstation 3 has become the number one hardware choice for viewers worldwide to stream Netflix content onto their televisions.
The dual-GPU AMD Radeon HD 8990 is rumored to be released in the second quarter of 2013. This is according to information obtained by the Spanish website, Bit Dreams. They also claimed to have information on the performance and specifications of the AMD Radeon HD 8000 series GPUs.
Samsung is currently seeding the Android 4.1.2 update, which includes the Multi-View multi-tasking feature, over-the-air for its popular S III device, with Poland being the first country to receive it.
HTC is rumored to be releasing a 5-inch flagship model in Q1 2013 ahead of its rivals. A NVIDIA Tegra 4-equipped device is also said to be in the works.
The Android app for Dropbox gets updated to version 2.2.2, which includes the ability to manage your files in addition to the usual bug fixes and performance boost.
Wednesday, 5 Dec 2012
Android users can now simply key in their name and phone numbers to use Facebook's updated messenger app. They're no longer required to log in with a Facebook account, which means users without Facebook accounts are also able sign up for the free messaging service.