- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012
Reports from The Verge suggests that Microsoft is working on a classified project involving a 7-inch gaming tablet, otherwise known as the Xbox Surface.
Tuesday, 6 Nov 2012
If you're a big Battlefield fan, here's a chance to play the game that started the entire series via EA's distribution service, Origin.
Researchers at Vupen Security, a private security firm that is based in France, claimed that they have uncovered multiple zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows 8 and IE10. These security flaws may potentially allow cybercriminals to gain control of a Windows 8 machine remotely.
The largest mobile vendor is said to be preparing for a "radical brand makeover" that would be ready for unveiling at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013. Australia's Channel News reports.
The Wireless Speaker and Audio (WiSA) Association announces the formation of a new Technical Advisory Committee and associated Special Interest Groups to advance the development of wireless audio solutions for home theater, consumer electronics, and professional AV markets.
After becoming the must have photo app for both Android and iOS devices, Instagram has just announced that it will now be available and accessible on the web. Users will now be able to share and view their snaps on the desktop.
Monday, 5 Nov 2012
Sony is rumored to be shipping its second generation PlayStation 4 development kits to selected game studios. According to VG24/7, the hardware of the kits is housed inside of a typical PC chassis, with a third revision expected sometime in January 2014.
Time Magazine gave five photographers direct access to its Instagram feed recently in a bid to bring Hurricane Sandy coverage to their readers as quickly as possible.
Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp suffer massive losses with regards to their TV businesses. Reasons were attributed to plunging costs of flat-screen TVs worldwide, a robust Yen, as well as growing competition from South Korean rivals like LG Electronics and Samsung.
The city of London is upgrading its street lamps with 14,000 more efficient iPad-controlled ones over the next four years.