- Reads from WWW
Friday, 17 Aug 2012
The new Rapid Storage Technology (RST) driver has been released by Intel. It will enable TRIM for Intel SSDs in RAID configurations; however, the driver is only supported on Intel Z77 Express chipset-based systems that are operating on Windows 7.
Japanese digital camera maker, Canon, says it is recalling some of its EOS 650D DSLR cameras over worries of a chemical used in their production which may trigger a skin rash or an allergic reaction.
With Windows Phone 8 slated for a fall release this year, recent reports point at the possibility of Nokia introducing two Lumia Windows Phone 8 handsets on September 5th, coincidentally the first day of its Nokia World event, according to Chinese website WPDang.
As Facebook shares tumble to new lows, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg has admitted for the first time that tumbling share prices could hurt them.
After obtaining feedback from the developer community, Research in Motion decides to standardize the screen resolution for its upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices.
Two damage experts have testified on Samsung's behalf claiming that Apple may owe Samsung up to US$422 million for infringing on a number of Samsung patents. When Apple wanted to call more than 20 witnesses to the stand in defense, presiding judge Lucy Koh asked Apple's lawyers if they were smoking crack?
The UK authorities have reportedly given Ecuador a clear and written threat that they would storm their embassy in London if they refuse to hand over Julian Assange.
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
Popular photo-sharing social network site, Pinterest, introduces apps for the iOS and Android mobile platforms after opening its doors to the general public as opposed to its former invitation-only policy.
Adobe has decided to pull its Flash application from Google Play effectively meaning that new Android users will no longer have access to the software.
If you're one of those who bemoan the audio quality on tablets, well, help is on the way. Dolby has revealed plans to bring its Digital Plus surround sound codecs to tablets and other mobile devices.