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Thursday, 11 Oct 2012
German firm, Txtr, has unveiled the highly affordable Beagle e-book reader, as they wade into the budget e-reader market. Read on to find out just how little this nifty reading companion costs.
If you're running the RTM version of Windows 8, remember to check the Windows Store for updates to the built-in apps. The Redmond giant will continue to issue updates all the way to the OS' October 26 public launch.
It is rumored that Microsoft will be releasing Office 2013 as a mobile software suite for both Android and iOS devices. This is according to the Czech website IHNED who spoke to a Microsoft product manager.
Samsung confirmed today that it will be unveiling a 4-inch Galaxy S III Mini on 11 October in Germany.
According to research house Gartner, Lenovo has overtaken Hewlett-Packard as the world's number one PC manufacturer. That's good news for Lenovo, but the same study also shows that global PC shipments has fallen by 8%.
Wednesday, 10 Oct 2012
LG's rumored Nexus phone appears in a screenshot of Carphone Warehouse's inventory listing.
AMD has officially launched its new Z-Series APU for Windows 8 tablets. Its flagship Z-60 APU is a low-powered dual-core chip and it is also targeted at small form factor PCs. Read on to uncover more details of this new APU.
A new report by the Guardian claims that the Apple iPad Mini would not come with cellular connectivity. In addition, Apple is said to be unveiling a modified version of the current iPad with support for 4G in the U.K.
The Lytro camera gets manual controls in a major software update, letting you determine exposure values manually and unlocking the built-in neutral density filter.
Lenovo recently revealed four Windows 8 touchscreen notebooks from both the consumer Ideapad brand as well as the enterprise Thinkpad brand.