- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 7 Aug 2012
According to SamMobile, insiders have said that the Korean company has already started testing Jelly Bean on their popular flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III and its predecessor, the Galaxy S II.
Intel is rumored to be working on new SSD specifications for ultrabook applications. The new set of specifications is allegedly named Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF) and Intel aims to replace the existing mSATA SSD specifications due to its storage capacity limitations.
Photos of the alleged nano SIM tray and home button for the upcoming iPhone have made its way on the Internet, GSMArena reports.
Samsung's latest ES9000 LED TV spans a colossal 75-inch screen, and it's also built with Samsung's Smart TV interactive goodies in the bag. More importantly, the South Korean company has confirmed that they'll be shipping the 75ES9000 to Singapore.
Apple and Google confirms that iOS 6 will see the demise of the native YouTube app. Google will instead work on a standalone version of the YouTube app for iOS 6 users.
Panasonic has managed to turn massive losses sustained last year into profits, while other Japanese flat-panel makers such as Sony and Sharp continue to struggle against the rising value of the Yen and bleak TV sales.
Popular BitTorrent website, Demonoid, has been shut down by Ukranian police. The biggest surprise though, is that it has been revealed that politics are to blame.
Monday, 6 Aug 2012
ARM has submitted its Mali-T604 GPU for OpenCL 1.1 full profile conformance through the standard-setting organization known as Khronos. With this submission, the company aims to bring "desktop GPU computing features" to the mobile, embedded and SmartTV markets.
According to leaked slides on the Internet, Microsoft will be updating its OEM Activation mechanism to version 3.0 for the upcoming Windows 8. OA 3.0 will allow OEMs to digitally order and receive keys from Microsoft. Also, a unique product key is required to be written into each PC.
In its ongoing trial with Samsung, Apple is forced to reveal secrets regarding how the iPhone was conceived and how the design team worked, giving a rare insight into how the ultra-secretive company conducts its business.