- Reads from WWW
Friday, 5 Oct 2012
Google is rumored to be scrapping the flagship smartphone concept for its Nexus programme. In addition, the company is said to be working with LG on a Nexus phone based on the Optimus G.
Thursday, 4 Oct 2012
There's more mobile gaming to be had with Sony launching its new mobile games platform, PlayStation Mobile, for platforms like PS Vita and PlayStation Certified devices such as select Android phones.
Microsoft's co-founder, Paul Allen, describes various elements of Windows 8 as "puzzling" as the company readies itself for the launch of the new operating system in late October.
Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012
A storefront in Australia released some cases for the Apple iPad Mini which are made by Cygnett. Based on estimations, the Apple iPad Mini appears to come with a 7-inch display, which is contrary to the reports we've seen so far.
Samsung Singapore has confirmed that it would be launching the 4G version of the Galaxy Note II later this month. It will come in two colors: white and grey.
Some European users have reported that the multi-tasking mode is missing on their Galaxy Note II units. According to Phone Central, "international units... ship with the earlier firmware, and don't have the multiwindow option yet".
ASUS is rumored to have made an offer to acquire ASRock. ASUS is said to be making a bid for the motherboard division of ASRock. ASRock’s parent company, Pegatron has allegedly approved ASUS' bid; however, there is no official word from both parties at this juncture.
Just a day after the announcement that the device would be unveiled on the 17th of this month, tech website UkrainianiPhone has managed to get their hands on two mockup versions of the iPad Mini that have yet to surface, a black/slate variant and a nano SIM alternative.
Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012
In a move that was largely expected, Samsung has officially filed court papers accusing Apple’s iPhone 5 of infringing its patents.
Samsung unveiled their new flagship ES9000 Smart TV earlier today, a sleek and polished 75-inch television illuminated by edge-LED backlights. Like the existing ES8000, the 3D-capable ES9000 will carry similar Smart Interactive features such as gesture and voice controls as well.