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Tuesday, 27 Mar 2012
As Google expands beyond search, it is spending more on advertising to promote itself where its rivals dominate.
Monday, 26 Mar 2012
A new rumor has surfaced regarding the successor to the iPhone 4S, debunking the supposed screen size increase to 4.6 inches and hints at the introduction of a redesigned "Micro-Dock."
Introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year, the mid-range A510 from Acer has been officially announced and priced, making it one of the more affordable Android 4.0 tablets in the market.
AT&T introduces a steering wheel which uses haptic feedback in place of traditional audio and visual cues for vehicle navigation.
Intel is rumored to be preparing to launch a 22nm 'Valley View' Atom CPU with Intel HD 4000 graphics core. This in-built graphics processor will also be featured in Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs. The 'Valley View' Atom CPUs are the touted successor to the current Intel Cedar Trail Atom processors.
The new iPad requires up to one to two hours of extra charging before it reaches its one full charge cycle due to its inaccurate battery-charge display algorithm, Dr. Rayond M. Soneira from DisplayMate reports.
If you've been itching to try out Instagram on Android, now here's your chance to sign up for a pre-launch copy before the popular photo-sharing app hits Google Play (formerly known as Android Market).
The unknown slate that appeared on Samsung's Exynos 5 advertisement might be the alleged 11.6-inch high resolution Galaxy Tab.
NVIDIA's newest chip, Kepler, brought about improved levels of performance and efficiency and it was lavished with rave reviews and praise. In response, NVIDIA CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang wrote an e-mail to congratulate his staff on the company's success.
Saturday, 24 Mar 2012
ASUS organized a user gathering to show case its Intel Z77 Express-based ROG motherboard as well as its NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 graphic card. Gracing this event is renowned overclocker Coolice who will highlight the exciting new features of the hardware on show.