- Reads from WWW
Monday, 21 Jan 2013
Kim Dotcom, founder of the now defunct service Megaupload, launched his new venture simple titled Mega. Within a day of its launch, the new website has already reached the 1 million user mark.
Friday, 18 Jan 2013
IEEE has recently adopted WiGig as a new wireless standard. Also known as 802.11ad, this standard was first announced in May 2009 and this newly adopted standard supports 7Gbps speeds over 60GHz frequencies and is slated to appear in consumer electronics as soon as next year.
ASUS is in talks with Microsoft to manufacture Windows Phone devices, and is considering using its PadFone concept for Windows 8.
Samsung announced two new colors for the Galaxy Note II: amber brown and ruby wine.
Google CEO Larry Page talks about taking "moon shots", Google X Lab and Facebook in a recent interview with Wired.
LG is rumored to be selected yet again to manufacture the next generation of Nexus devices, which are the Nexus 5 phone and Nexus 7.7. tablet. The devices are said to be unveiled at Google I/O 2013 in May.
Thursday, 17 Jan 2013
Despite losing market share over the past year, Canon and Olympus still have the largest market share in the Japanese domestic camera market. Canon sees an increased DSLR market share and Olympus also remains the top mirrorless system camera manufacturer.
The new Z3ro Pro Computer has been unveiled by Xi3 Corporation. This new small form factor desktop PC pushes the envelope by packing its computing capabilities into a tiny chassis that is roughly the size of a small paperback. The Z3ro Pro Computer made its debut at CES 2013 last week.
LG Electronics is aiming to sell about 75 million phones this year, of which 45 million will be smartphones and the other 30 million will be feature phones. The company is also developing smartphones that are running on Windows Phone 8.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a projected roadmap of Apple products for this year.