- Reads from WWW
Friday, 4 Jan 2013
It seems that over the holiday period at the tail end of 2012, a lot of Android users finally went ahead and upgraded the OS for their Android smartphones from older versions over to the newer editions. Now, close to 40 percent of Android users are running Ice Cream Sandwich or newer operating systems.
Thursday, 3 Jan 2013
According to DigiTimes, LG's next-gen flagship device, the 5.5-inch Optimus G2, will be making an appearance at the upcoming CES event as well.
The upcoming HTC M7 has been long-rumored to make its official appearance at MWC in February but a recent tip-off has alleged to its official appearance at CES next week.
According to rumors, Apple is said to be interested in acquiring Waze and that negotiations are now in the advanced stages.
Intel is gearing up to revolutionize the cable TV and IPTV field by offering people the ability to subscribe to individual channels and content. A set-top box from Intel is expected to be available for beta testing to a limited amount of users in 2013.
Participants at CES 2013 can expect to see LG's CarbonFree-certified OLED TV and a variety of new Cinema 3D Smart TV games at the tradeshow. LG also announced plans to take pre-orders for their OLED TVs in South Korea, slated to arrive in February.
Wednesday, 2 Jan 2013
The Sony Xperia Z (Yuga) and the Xperia ZL (Odin) aren't new to rumors. This time, two official images have made to the surface, with both of them hosted on SonyMobile.com.
Developers have identified traces of Apple's next iPhone and iOS 7 in app usage logs.
The end of netbooks is here as ASUS and Acer have both announced that it will cease making netbooks in 2013.
LG Electronics has divulged its complete range of televisions for the year ahead, a habit which the South Korean firm is known for before CES goes into full swing in Las Vegas next week.