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Tuesday, 25 Sep 2012
HP has added new Windows 8 desktops for consumers and business-minded users, as well as two HP Pavilion Sleekbooks. This is in additional to their earlier announced Windows 8 All-in-One (AIO) desktops systems.
LG has announced the LG Optimus Vu II, with availability slated for September in Korea. Little hardware specs have been revealed so far but the device is said to come equipped with NFC capabilities and a built-in IR blaster. More leaked specs point to an Android 4.0 build and 2GB of RAM.
Adobe has released a new tool for web development in the form of Edge Animate. The software helps develop interactive content on the web in HTML5 and will be available as a free download for a limited time period.
Besides LG, Samsung and Sony, HTC is also rumored to be building the next Nexus device. Hit the link to find out what HTC has in mind for the Android flagship device.
Monday, 24 Sep 2012
Samsung reveals a list of devices that will be getting the Android 4.1 update.
NVIDIA is rumored to be launching its GeForce GTX 650 Ti next month in October. Its specifications have also been leaked; read on to discover how it stacks up against the GeForce GTX 660 and 650 GPUs.
This time, the Samsung Galaxy S III will be donning a pink shade and will be hitting Korean markets this week, bringing the total number of shades available to seven.
According to the interweb, many new and "happy" owners, particularly of the Black & Slate variant, are reporting "dents and scratches along the chamfered edges of their new iPhone right out of the box".
Friday, 21 Sep 2012
Apple's latest Maps app isn't very well received, but they implored new users to be patient with it. The reason given was that it's still in the early stages, and will only get better as people access it more.
YouTube adds a new beta Video Questions Editor feature which enables users to make their videos more interactive by inserting questions during video playback which viewers can answer to.