- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 10 Feb 2015
Alibaba Group has just announced that it has invested US$590 million in Meizu, signaling its intent to enter the smartphone business.
Monday, 9 Feb 2015
If you grew up in the 80s and early 90s, chances are you'd have seen (or even had) the View-Master toys. They're as low tech as toys can possibly get. So what's Google got to do with them?
A well-connected analyst has boldly predicted that sales of the Apple iPad will drop a staggering 50% this quarter. Year-over-year, he expects iPad sales to decline roughly 30%.
While sapphire is great for scratch performance, it’s not quite as damage resistant when dropped. Corning, the maker of Gorilla Glass, is now in the works of developing a new type of material that’s both tough and super hard to scratch.
Saturday, 7 Feb 2015
Samsung filed a trademark application for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in South Korea a few days ago. This latest development is likely to confirm recent reports that Samsung is indeed unveiling a curved variant of the Galaxy S6 on March 1 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015.
Singtel is now offering its 1Gbps Unlimited Fiber for just $50 per month until the end of February. As part of this promotion, Singtel will also offer Linksys' new EA9200 AC3200 tri-band router at a special price.
Friday, 6 Feb 2015
Swatch CEO Nick Hayek has just revealed that the company will release its own smartphone within the next three months, which pits it squarely against Apple's upcoming Apple Watch.
Thursday, 5 Feb 2015
South Korean publication DT reports that Samsung sold over 630,000 units of the Galaxy Note Edge worldwide since its availability three months ago.
Under new CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft has not been afraid to invest in rival platforms and according to reports, Microsoft has just acquired calendar app Sunrise for at least US$100 million.
Wednesday, 4 Feb 2015
NVIDIA has announced the availability of the GRID vGPU technology on VMware Horizon 6. Find out how centralized GPU computing capabilities can be offered on virtualized and remote desktops.