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Wednesday, 22 Sep 2010
Printers are normally boring, utilitarian products without the sex appeal of, say, a new iPhone. But HP has revealed a couple of new printers to the New York Times which buck the trend.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. could unveil its new tablet computerÃ¢â‚¬â€as well as the operating system that will power itÃ¢â‚¬â€as early as next week at a developers' conference in San Francisco.
According to HotHardware, it is probable HTC is jumping unto the tablet bandwagon soon. Word is HTC has snagged a deal with Pegatron Technology to engineer its upcoming Android-powered tablet based on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform.
Monday, 20 Sep 2010
If rumors are to be believed, Facebook is working on their own mobile phone to let users quickly access and tap into their Facebook accounts.
Thursday, 16 Sep 2010
Microsoft unveiled the "beta" test version of Internet Explorer 9 on Wednesday, the first of a new generation of Web browser programs that tap into the powerful processors on board newer computers to make websites load and run faster.
Tuesday, 14 Sep 2010
Hackers have exploited a vulnerability in the Pirate Bay ad servers to inject ads pointing to trojans and viruses.
Monday, 13 Sep 2010
Some four months after Android's 2.2. "Froyo" update was released into the wild, new figures from Google show that the latest iteration of its mobile operating system is starting to take a sizable hold throughout the existing Android market.
Thursday, 9 Sep 2010
Google has enhanced its search engine with a new feature like Instant, where search results change as you type and refine your query.
Wednesday, 8 Sep 2010
In a first for Singapore mobile users, customers can now select and purchase tickets for SISTIC-managed events and movies at Cathay Cineplexes through one application.
The recently announced Samsung Orion, a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 1GHZ mobile processor, is an interesting development that will change the performance of mobile devices.