- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 20 Jun 2013
HTC just unveiled the Butterfly S at a launch event in Taiwan. (Update: We just got confirmation from HTC Singapore that the Butterfly S supports dual-bad 4G LTE. It will be available in Singapore in Q3)
A free software update activates the Wi-Fi chip inside the Lytro camera and lets it connect to your iOS device. Users will then be able to share images to Lytro.com, Facebook and Twitter via an iOS mobile app.
Following extremely negative feedback after E3, Microsoft Interactive Entertainment Business President, Don Mattrick, has posted an update stating that the Xbox One will no longer require an always on internet connection, nor will there be any limitations to trading or sharing used games.
Nokia posted a teaser on its blog, which hints that the device it is unveiling on 11 July will come with a 41-megapixel camera sensor.
Wednesday, 19 Jun 2013
Intel's chief technical officer Justin Rattner has recently confirmed that a smart watch is in the pipeline. He admitted at Bloomberg's Next Big Thing conference where he mentioned the work-in-progress device was part of Intel's broad plan to explore alternative display devices.
Sources told Gotta Be Mobile that LG is planning to unveil an Android smartphone with always on voice commands.
The graphics technology juggernaut aims to expand its business by licensing its graphics technology to other device manufacturers.
Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
nCore HPC has rolled out their BrownDwarf supercomputer that features a heterogeneous ARM- and digital signal processor-based (DSP) system, capable of carrying out high-performance computing tasks at significantly reduced power levels.
Intel is launching a new series of SSDs for data centers and cloud computing to enhance hosting of cloud applications. Named the DC S3500 Series, it is designed for read-intensive applications including web hosting, cloud computing, and data center virtualization.
Sony is raising its sales projections of its new Playstation 4 console after E3, after it has been warmly received by gamers.