News: Reads from WWW
Saturday, 8 Jun 2013
LG's product page shows the Optimus L7 II Dual running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, which should confirm that the next version is not Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
Friday, 7 Jun 2013
AllThingsD just reported that Sony Music has signed on to Apple's upcoming iRadio service.
Microsoft has announced that Outlook 2013 RT will be coming to Windows RT devices through the upcoming Windows 8.1 update. And the Acer Iconia W3, the world's first 8-inch Windows 8 tablet, will come pre-installed with Office Home & Student 2013.
Fujitsu has just revealed the existence of the 14-inch Fujitsu Lifebook UH90 Ultrabook. It's designed like some of the older UH series products, but it has a whopping 3200 x 1800p touch display, one of the highest ever seen on an Ultrabook.
Thursday, 6 Jun 2013
Gigabyte showed off its Brix Mini-PC at Computex 2013. Based on the Intel NUC concept, the Brix is slightly smaller and has a more powerful Core i7-3537U processor.
We checked in with OCZ at Computex to find out more about its SSDs offerings and PSUs. We only had a chat with its one of its technical marketing engineers to find out more about the company’s strategy in the SSD marketplace.
Wednesday, 5 Jun 2013
Box, Dropbox and Google Drive are the many cloud storage services that let users share files with their friends. But not everyone uses these services, so with that in mind Pipe is ready to launch a file transfer service built around a Facebook app. After all, we're sure most people do use Facebook, don't they?
Tuesday, 4 Jun 2013
Microsoft has just shared some of the upcoming business features of Windows 8.1. And for the first time, we've confirmation that Windows 8.1 lets you boot directly to the desktop.
Google has published information on its developer dashboard revealing the distribution of Android version as well as device screen size. Both versions of Jelly Bean (4.1 and 4.2) have a combined increase of 4.6% compared to last month, though the older Gingerbread still hangs on to the top spot despite dropping 2%.
Monday, 3 Jun 2013
Yahoo will be dropping its Mail Classic interface on 3 June. Once users have upgraded to the new interface, they will be presented with a new terms of service which includes automated content scanning and analyzing of your communications content. Hit the jump for more details.