- Reads from WWW
Friday, 19 Oct 2012
Intel is rumored to be working on the next generation of Atom processors that are targeted at powering micro servers. Dubbed Avoton, this upcoming system-on-a-chip (SoC) will be based on 22nm Silvermont architecture and feature up to eight cores that share 4MB of L2 cache (1MB per core).
Microsoft today announced quarterly revenue of US$16.01 billion for the quarter ended September 30, 2012. Operating income and net income for the quarter were US$5.31 billion and US$4.47 billion respectively.
Thursday, 18 Oct 2012
The rumored US$99 entry-level Nexus 7 is said to sport a single-core 800MHz processor.
Google Calendar is one of the most widely-used services from Google and it's getting its own app in the Google Play Store. Read on for more details.
Google just sent out invites to an Android event in New York City on 29 October
File sharing website The Pirate Bay has made a drastic change to its infrastructure, moving all operations to the Cloud. The site will now use several cloud hosting providers scattered across several continents around the world, which should make it virtually invulnerable to police raids.
Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012
The team at The Verge managed to get their hands on its new flagship smartphone device, the HTC J Butterfly. The device features a 5.0-inch Super LCD 3 screen with 440ppi resolution.
Thailand has just completed the auction of its third generation telecommunications network after multiple delays, for about US$1.4 billion.
Panasonic plans to reduce production outputs of its LCD and plasma panels in an effort to reduce overhead costs. The company will also purchase more LCD TV panels from third-party suppliers.
Online pre-order for Microsoft's ARM-based Surface RT tablets has started. The 32GB version is priced at US$499 without the Touch Cover; with the cover, it costs US$599. A 64GB version with the cover is available as well. Tech specs of the tablets are also revealed, so hit the link for more details.