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Monday, 3 Sep 2012
Last week, AMD CTO, Mr. Mark Papermaster, delivered a keynote speech at the Hot Chips conference held in Silicon Valley. He detailed the new Steamroller microarchitecture and its key enhancements over the Bulldozer, the incumbent microarchitecture. Read on to discover its promised improvements.
Nokia is working on a 4-inch Windows Phone 7.8 device, which is tipped to be the successor to the Lumia 610.
HTC is bringing Beats Audio to its upcoming Windows Phone 8 devices.
Acting on request from the Swedish government, Cambodian police has arrested, Pirate Bay founder, Gottfrid Svartholm, a few days ago in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh.
Friday, 31 Aug 2012
Images of Nokia's upcoming Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices were apparently leaked by Twitter user evleaks. Hit the link to find out if "things are about to change."
Following in the tradition of the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung and Dropbox have both confirmed that the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy camera will comes with 50GB of free storage for two years.
A leaked video of an official Samsung Jelly Bean 4.1.1 ROM running on the Galaxy S III has been uploaded to YouTube, further supporting earlier rumors of the device getting an update by the end of Q3 this year.
Samsung plans to sue Apple if it releases an LTE phone, Korea Times reports.
At the same time as Sony delivers the Android 4.0 ICS update to its existing Xperia smartphone line, the company will also be porting it to its Android-based tablets, the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P. Additionally, Tablet S will be on the roadmap for Jelly Bean sometime down the line, but the dual-screen Tablet P will not be updated.
Oracle has just released emergency software patches to address critical vulnerabilities of Java, running in web browsers on desktops. According to Computerworld, the impetus behind the company's quick actions is the increasing scale of hackers' operations to exploit these vulnerabilities.