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Friday, 31 Aug 2012
A leaked video of an official Samsung Jelly Bean 4.1.1 ROM running on the Galaxy S III has been uploaded to YouTube, further supporting earlier rumors of the device getting an update by the end of Q3 this year.
Samsung plans to sue Apple if it releases an LTE phone, Korea Times reports.
At the same time as Sony delivers the Android 4.0 ICS update to its existing Xperia smartphone line, the company will also be porting it to its Android-based tablets, the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P. Additionally, Tablet S will be on the roadmap for Jelly Bean sometime down the line, but the dual-screen Tablet P will not be updated.
Oracle has just released emergency software patches to address critical vulnerabilities of Java, running in web browsers on desktops. According to Computerworld, the impetus behind the company's quick actions is the increasing scale of hackers' operations to exploit these vulnerabilities.
They are not newcomers to the passive 3D TV scene by any means, but it's clear that Toshiba has plans to forge ahead in this direction, judging by the new series of WL968 passive 3D televisions unveiled at IFA recently.
Wednesday, 29 Aug 2012
Motorola and Intel are sending out invites for an event on 18 September in London. It is highly likely that they will be launching an Android smartphone powered by the Medfield processor.
Is HTC planning to unveil a new 10-inch tablet at IFA 2012? Twitter-based EVLeaks has a few images of the alleged HTC tablet, which sports one of the most unique, if not strangest designs to date. Hit the link to find out more.
Intel plans to launch its next generation of Atom processors, which are based on 22nm microarchitecture, as early as Q4 of this year. According to CPU World, these 22nm chips are named 'Silvermont' and are intended to replace Intel's current generation of 32nm 'Clover Trail' chips
A December hearing is set to consider Apple's request to have an injunction against at least eight Samsung devices, and Samsung's appeal to have the jury's verdict set aside.
Zynga's Chief Creative Officer Mike Verdu has just announced that he is leaving the company to start his own gaming venture, which will focus on mobile games.