- Reads from WWW
Monday, 5 Nov 2012
The city of London is upgrading its street lamps with 14,000 more efficient iPad-controlled ones over the next four years.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is a roaring success for the Korean company as global sales hit the 30 million mark.
Seagate has joined the DECE (Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem), an open, cross-industry consortium of movie studios and technology companies which developed and operate UltraViolet.
Friday, 2 Nov 2012
HTC just unveiled the One X+, an upgraded version of the One X. It runs on HTC Sense 4+, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor.
HTC has unveiled the latest model in its One series, the HTC One SV, today. The Android 4.0 device will come armed with support for dual LTE bands, Beats Audio and a 4.3-inch touch screen.
Google has finally overtaken Hotmail as the world's most popular email service. This is according to Internet analytics firm comScore who stated that for their October data, Gmail overtook Hotmail with 287.9 million unique worldwide visitors versus 286.2 million for Hotmail.
Apple has released iOS 6.0.1 to the public and at the same time also sent out a beta version of iOS 6.1 to developers.
Judges in the United Kingdom have given Apple 48 hours to rewrite a statement on its website pertaining to its design-rights dispute with South Korean rival Samsung.
Thursday, 1 Nov 2012
Intel is working on a 48-core processor for smartphones and tablets. The company's focus on this project is to find new ways to manage and use multiple cores in mobile devices. According to the project researchers, this massive multi-core CPU could be ready in five to ten years.
Linux OS creator, Linus Torvalds, has taken to social media to rant about the state of resolutions on notebooks. On Google + Torvalds stated, "Can we please just make that [2560 x 1600] the new standard laptop resolution?"