- Reads from WWW
Friday, 27 Apr 2012
Twitter has made upgrades to its Android and iOS apps in the hopes of winning back users who were turned away after the last major redesign.
Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
According to Fudzilla, AMD has cut the price of its flagship Bulldozer CPU, the FX-8150, from ~S$360 (219 European Euros) to ~S$296 (180 European Euros). This 22% price discount will put the FX-8150 at the same price as that of a mid-range quad-core i5 desktop Ivy Bridge processor.
Looks like Microsoft isn't taking a back seat when it comes to cloud storage. Having revamped Skydrive earlier this week, Microsoft is now giving Windows Live and Hotmail users a massive upgrade to 25GB of storage space.
On the surface, Google's Google Drive is simply just another cloud storage service introduced by one of the biggest tech companies on the planet. However when you go just a little bit deeper in Chrome OS's direction, you will start to see just how much sense it makes.
The Samsung 1.4GHz Exynos 4 Quad processor has been announced and is scheduled to be part of the next Galaxy smartphone's hardware specifications.
PrivacyChoice debuts Privacyscore, a free tool that details the tracking practices and privacy practices of more than 200 Facebook applications.
The specs of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S III were leaked in the AnTuTu benchmark. Besides running on Android 4.0, the Galaxy S III will be powered by the Exynos 4212 dual-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz. It also has a 4.7-inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels and a whopping 12-megapixel rear camera.
Wednesday, 25 Apr 2012
Apple has announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be held from June 11-15 in San Francisco. And in less than two hours, all tickets have been snapped up.
The Network for Electronic Transfers (NETS) is carrying out a three-month trial of Ingenico's iSMP mobile terminal which transforms your iPhone into a PIN secure payment solution. NETS is expected to roll out the terminal for use by merchants by the end of the year.
Tim Cook takes a jab at Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system during a recent conference call. Although the Apple CEO did not mention Microsoft specifically, the insinuative remark was a little too obvious to miss.