- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 14 Aug 2012
Due to the ongoing Apple vs Samsung trial, Samsung has "accidentally" revealed at least two dual-core WP8 devices, nicknamed "Odyssey" and "Macro", in its court documents.
ARM and GlobalFoundries have announced their collaboration to produce system-on-chip (SoC) solutions based on the latter's 20-nanometer (nm) fabrication process and FinFET transistors. This will help achieve better system performance and power-efficiency for a range of mobile applications.
Apple is said to be holding pre-orders for its upcoming iPhone on the day of its launch, and the second wave of iPhone launches will hit international markets in the first week of October.
According to IHS iSuppli's recent report, the market share for all plasma television displays sold by U.S. retailers fell to its lowest level in July since the first quarter of 2011, as rising retail prices proved to be a major disincentive to consumers.
Taking advantage of being the world's most popular bit-torrent clieant, uTorrent has announced that it will be displaying advertisements in its software to generate more revenue along with sponsored links.
Google has just announced the acquisition of Frommer's travel guide business from publishers John Wiley & Sons.
Monday, 13 Aug 2012
Toshiba will be increasing production of hard drives by about 35% in the next three years to meet increasing demand from data centers and PC manufacturers.
Samsung has revealed its new dual-core mobile application processor known as the Exynos 5 Dual. This new system-on-chip (SoC) features a pair of Cortex-A15 CPUs with a Mali T-604 graphics processing unit. Read on to uncover its full specifications.
Intel is turning to wireless charging to improve on the attractiveness of its mobile offerings. Intel hopes to introduce this in Intel-powered Ultrabooks and smartphones by the second half of 2013.
Microsoft is advising developers (and maybe even OEM partners) to not use the word 'Metro' when they're referring to the interface of Windows Phone or Windows 8. The reason? It's just a code name.