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Friday, 20 Apr 2012
Microsoft has just reported record third-quarter revenue of over $17 billion and double-digit income growth for its fiscal Q3 2011.
Ever wondered why Intel's upcoming 3rd generation Core processors are codenamed Ivy Bridge? Arie Harsat, the strategic planning manager behind several of Intel's prominent codenames, explains the naming process behind Ivy Bridge.
Obsessed with your Gmail inbox? Help is at hand for Google cooked up an apps script recently to track your email volume, usage habits, and more.
The recent outbreak of the Flashback malware has certainly challenged the invulnerability of Apple's Mac OS X, that's why software firm Kaspersky Lab has urged Mac users to start employing anti-malware software on their computer.
Thursday, 19 Apr 2012
Samsung has announced a refresh of their NX mirrorless system series with three new cameras. All three cameras feature Samsung's 20MP APS-C sensor, the same ISO100-12,800 sensitivity, eight frames per second maximum shooting speed, and 1080/30fps Full-HD video shooting.
Google secretly restructured its internal network using an open-source technology called OpenFlow two years ago. Here are some insights as to why the search giant chose such a radical path.
According to multiple sources close to the company and familiar with the situation, Facebook has targeted May 17 as the day it will release its IPO.
According to its official blog, ARM has unveiled its power optimized Cortex-A15 quad-core processor aimed directly at notebooks and network-based hardware. As it is a hard macro processor with hardware set parameters, its development and deployment may be sped up.
An unnamed Samsung executive mentioned that the company's upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will be powered by Samsung's very own Exynos quad-core CPU with an on-chip LTE, adding on to the list of rumors surrounding Samsung's next Android smartphone.
Wednesday, 18 Apr 2012
Sources close to Microsoft have told The Verge that existing Windows Phone devices will not be receiving the Apollo update. Should this be true, it will create a fragmentation of devices with different Windows Phone versions, much like what Google's Android is currently facing.