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Monday, 13 Aug 2012
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.
Rumors suggest that HTC is working on a 5-inch device with 1080p display to compete against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note II and LG Optimus Vu.
Google will be making changes to their search algorithm to penalize pirate sites. After the new measures roll in, pages which have had valid copyright removal notices will fall down relevant search rankings. The move is aimed at making it easier for users to find legitimate sources of content.
Friday, 10 Aug 2012
Images published of an unannounced Nokia smartphone earlier this week have allegedly been confirmed to be authentic ones of the first Nokia WP8 smartphone, according to Nokia Innovation.
Apple is reportedly introducing a new "WiFi plus Cellular" option in the eagerly-anticipated iOS 6. This new feature will intelligently switch between WiFi and cellular data for optimal performance.
Flexible AMOLED displays are on the cards from Samsung, according to a DDaily news report. However, initial offerings from the South Korean manufacturer will be augmented with a layer of protective glass-top for a start.
Leaked internal slides revealed an upcoming Sony tablet that is slimmer, lighter and more powerful than the Tablet S. As depicted in recent leaked photos, the device will feature the unique "wedge" design of the Sony Tablet S, albeit in a thinner body.
China Labor Watch, the group who investigated Foxconn's purportedly harsh working conditions recently, is now after another Chinese facility, HEG Electronics, for flouting China's labor laws with their employment of child labor and student labor exploitation. Samsung will look into the matter with immediate effect.