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Wednesday, 21 Nov 2012
As it was with the leaked Jelly Bean ROM for the Galaxy S III a few months back, an Android 4.1.2 test ROM for the Galaxy Note II has also surfaced.
Newer leaked photos show a better angle of the Huawei Ascend W1 devices, which will reportedly be available in both white and blue. As reported earlier, the phone will be launched in Q4 2012 with global availability in Q1 2013 and an appearance at CES 2013.
Western Digital has just announced the availability of their WD Black 4TB 3.5-inch, 7,200rpm hard disk drives. The company also touts the new features of the drive like its dual-processor, dual-actuator technologies and these drive are covered with a five-year limited warranty.
Skype, the voice call and chat service provider which was acquired by Microsoft late last year for US$8.5 million, has announced a new Modern-style version of Skype for Windows 8. The app will be pre-installed on devices from 12 manufacturers, and be made available in the Windows Store come October 26.
Tuesday, 20 Nov 2012
Sony has introduced its Xperia Lounge app which will deliver Sony-approved content to both Xperia and non-Xperia Android devices.
A senior executive at a popular online retailer has revealed that sales of Windows 8 are not as strong as expected, but is improving steadily.
Oprah has been busy Tweeting about her love for Microsoft's Surface tablet. Unfortunately, she's been doing it from her iPad.
Paul Otellini, Intel's current President and CEO, surprised the company's board of directors last week after informing them of his retirement plans which will take effect in May next year.
Monday, 19 Nov 2012
Spotted on Sina Weibo earlier this week are three screenshots that showed off the company's own Android UI in 1080p, pointing to allegations that Lenovo will be launching a smartphone device with a 5.0-inch screen.
Need a Lightning to 30-pin adapter or Lightning to Micro USB adapter for your new Lightning connector-equipped iOS device, but are unwilling to shell out the money to buy one from Apple? Well, third-party offerings are beginning to appear in stores, and they cost substantially less. But are they reliable?