- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 20 Oct 2011
Due to the flooding in Thailand, Sony will be indefinitely postponing the global launch of the NEX-7 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera and the Japanese launch of the Alpha A65.
Apprehensive of Google's new Face Unlock Feature? Google reassures that its face-recognition technology will not be that easily bypassed.
Researchers have christened a newly uncovered Trojan "Duqu" and is described as the precursor to the infamous Stuxnet due to their striking similarities.
The ability to see through walls is no longer a figment of your imagination as MIT's Lincoln Laboratory has invented a new radar technology with that capability.
Lytro, the camera based on light field technology, is unveiled yesterday; and it sports a rather unique form factor. It's now available for pre-order, with prices starting from US$399.
Andy Lees, President of Microsoft's Windows Phone Division, has let the cat out of the bag at AsiaD: Nokia World will be a launchpad for Nokia Windows Phones.
At the AsiaD conference, ASUS announced a Q1 2012 release date for its smartphone/tablet hybrid, the ASUS Padfone, which will also be loaded with Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
A day has passed since the exciting announcement of Google's first Android 4.0 smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The next question is: how much and when?
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer blasted Google Android for being a complicated mobile operating system which requires its users to be a computer scientist to use it.
ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih pulled out the new ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime at the AsiaD conference. It is confirmed running on a quad-core processor and measures just 8.3 mm thin.