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Tuesday, 11 Sep 2012
HP has launched four new Windows 8 all-in-one (AIO) PCs, including its flagship SpectreOne that boasts of a 23.6-inch full HD display. The other three in its new lineup are the HP Envy 23 and Envy 20 TouchSmart AIOs, as well as the new HP Pavilion 20 built for value-conscious consumers.
Rumor has it that LG Display’s 55-inch OLED-TV panels will not see volume production til 2013, according to Digitimes’ Julian Ho and Alex Wolfgram.
Monday, 10 Sep 2012
The upcoming WP8 family of three will follow the same naming convention as the Android HTC One family with flagship Zenith said to be called 8X; mid-range Accord to be named 8S and the entry-level Rio, 8V.
My Passport for Mac, portable hard drives from Western Digital have been upgraded. The product line now boasts more capacity options and also come fitted with USB 3.0 technology.
Even though the Kindle Fire has not yet shipped, Amazon has let a few key developments for the device be known. Apparently the default search engine for the product will be Microsoft's Bing. Customers will also have the option to remove the advertisements on the lock screen.
A new successor has been named for the current BD-A1010 Universal Blu-ray player, as unveiled by Yamaha at CEDIA 2012 recently. Meet the BD-A1020, now equipped with integrated Wi-Fi benefits which the BD-A1010 sorely lacks.
In light of the ongoing trial against Samsung, it is rumored that the first batch of the highly anticipated new iPhone (scheduled to be announced this Wednesday) will not use Samsung memory chips.
Friday, 7 Sep 2012
The Telegraph reports that Apple will very likely drop the iPhone 3GS once the company introduces the iPhone 5 next week and could possibly also add the 8GB version of the iPhone 4 into the lineup as the primary entry-level iPhone.
The next-gen iPhone will not be the only device making its mark on the 12th and will be sharing the stage with "a string of new iPods" that includes at least two updated iPod versions and possibly a third, 9to5Mac reports.
IE10 users in Windows 8 may be at risk due security vulnerabilities in the browser's embedded Flash player. Microsoft has not release software patches for these security flaws as the company has yet to officially launch its Windows 8 operating system.