- Reads from WWW
Monday, 24 Sep 2012
According to the interweb, many new and "happy" owners, particularly of the Black & Slate variant, are reporting "dents and scratches along the chamfered edges of their new iPhone right out of the box".
Friday, 21 Sep 2012
Apple's latest Maps app isn't very well received, but they implored new users to be patient with it. The reason given was that it's still in the early stages, and will only get better as people access it more.
YouTube adds a new beta Video Questions Editor feature which enables users to make their videos more interactive by inserting questions during video playback which viewers can answer to.
Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
Along with iOS 6, Apple has also released OS X 10.8.2. The OS X update introduces Facebook integration and improved Facetime and Messages functionality.
While many have clamored to download and install the latest update, not all compatible devices will be getting the promised 200+ features. We take a quick look again at what iOS 6 offers for the different Apple devices.
Despite Samsung's and LG's reassurances, 4K LCD televisions are more likely to enter mass production before OLED panels according to a recent article by DisplaySearch.
Intel is actively developing a palm vein reading technology that it hopes will replace the need for passwords in the future. This technology was recently demonstrated at IDF 2012 by Intel director of security research, Mr. Sridhar Iyengar.
New iPad Mini assembled photos and a hands-on video have emerged since last week's major Apple event, with the dummy unit/real thing showcasing a pretty complete exterior, one that's in line with previous rumors about it resembling the iPod Touch.
Wednesday, 19 Sep 2012
Intel has clarified by stating its support for Linux and Android for its forthcoming 'Clover Trail' Atom CPUs. This new series of Atom CPUs will exclusively support Windows 8 at their launch. Support for Linux and Android operating systems will come later, in the form of a separate hardware release.
The rumored 5.0-inch Galaxy S 4 is said to make its first appearance at next year's Mobile World Congress event and be released globally in March, an ambitious timeline the company wishes to adhere to after the unveiling of Apple's iPhone 5 event. Since then, Samsung has dismissed the rumor.