- Reads from WWW
Monday, 2 Apr 2012
In an Apple-related article with hints of show business, entertainment site Variety revealed that Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher has been chosen to play the late Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic.
Developers Beamdog said that the iPad version of Baldur's Gate will cost less than US$10. Also, a Mac OS X version has been planned and will be released this summer.
The Facebook Timeline layout has been made mandatory for all brand pages, and will also be rolled out gradually to user profiles in stages. Have you decided on what your new cover photo will be?
A leaked screenshot of Google Drive reveals that users could have up to 5GB of free storage space. The cloud storage service is said to be launching in the third week of April according to TalkAndroid.
It has long been rumored that Google is working on a Nexus Tablet to compete with Apple's iPad. Now there are murmurings that the search giant might be distributing the product themselves as well.
According to Kevin Hunt's report, Sony asserts that their HDTVs are able to display sharper images on standard-definition video and streaming video than other manufacturers.
The blog site Nokianesia has provided us with a glimpse of Nokia's upcoming Symbian^3 codenamed 'Carla' with a series of screenshots showcasing the OS' new features and enhancements.
The Galaxy S and the Galaxy W will not receive an official ICS update from Samsung, but instead a Gingerbread release with some features of the new Android OS. The respective updates for the two phones have started rolling out.
Sunday, 1 Apr 2012
Google has just announced the availability of its Google Maps for the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Users can also get a feel of it by going to Google Maps and switch to an 8-bit version by clicking on "Quest" at the top right. Happy April's Fool Day, everybody!
Friday, 30 Mar 2012
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang believed that Tegra 3 tablets costing as little as US$199 will be coming to the market this summer due to the low-cost commodity components on its chips.