- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 10 Jan 2013
Future notebooks with Intel's fourth generation processor codenamed "Haswell", must feature touchscreens in order to qualify for the "Ultrabook" trademark.
US-based system builder Digital Storm has unveiled Aventum II, their new PC chassis with customized liquid cooling system that features nickel plated copper piping. The chassis also boasts of a control board that controls up to 22 cooling fans via an exclusive application.
Besides its iM1836 interchangeable lens Android camera, Polaroid announced two Android 4.1 tablets at CES 2013. It also has a kids-friendly tablet which is available now at US$150.
Cooler Master has announce that all CM Storm gaming mice, keyboards and USB headsets can now be programmed under Windows 8. The applications for these gaming gear will allow users to fine tune and customize such gear to their specific needs. They are available for download from CM Storm's website.
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2013
Lenovo announced its latest flagship smartphone, the K900 which is the first phone in the world to be powered by Intel's recently announced Clover Trail+ platform.
Alcatel announced the world's thinnest smartphone at CES 2013. Known as the One Touch Idol Ultra, the device measures a mere 6.45mm thin despite packing quite an impressive suite of hardware and software features.
Buffalo has just introduced its new BuffaloLiNK service for easy, fuss-free cloud access at CES 2013.
Microsoft has confirmed that Skype will be replacing Windows Live Messenger on March 15 2013. The company plans to retire Windows Live Messenger in all countries except mainland China.
The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and DigiTimes report that Apple is working on a more affordable iPhone model.
ZTE officially announces the Grand S smartphone, which is currently the world's thinnest 5-inch FHD smartphone at 6.9mm.