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Friday, 10 Jun 2011
Internet Connectivity, 3D and LED- backlights are desired drivers of the next TV replacement cycle. However, consumers report weak connections to upgrades according to DisplaySearch's Global TV Replacement Study.
The world is running out of unique web addresses, and IPv6 is here to solve that problem. Global testing of the new Internet protocol has been smooth so far.
HP has announced that its first tablet powered by Palm's WebOS will be released in the U.S on July 1. Singapore too will get the tablet sometime this year, but no specific date was quoted.
Another competitor, Toshiba, enters the already over-populated tablet market with the new AT100.
Sorry iPhone 3GS users, turns out you won't get all the features from iOS5 - but fear not, as it seems that the missing features are in the minority.
Wednesday, 8 Jun 2011
Motorola is backtracking its CEO's earlier statement mentioning "70 percent plus of devices that come back are because they're downloading third party applications".
At E3, Nintendo revealed its latest game console, the Wii U, which comes with a new touch-screen based controller.
Tuesday, 7 Jun 2011
Launch of Apple's iCloud service will enable users of iOS mobile devices to be less reliant on the PC for file transfers or data backups.
Monday, 6 Jun 2011
With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) happening early tomorrow, the internets are going wild with rumors of what's likely to surface. Here's a roundup of rumors around the web.
Kno releases app for iPad that allows students everywhere the luxury of reading their textbooks on the iPad. Oh the horror.