- Reads from WWW
Monday, 8 Oct 2012
Researchers from the University of California, San Diego, have developed control algorithms that allow lithium-ion batteries to charge twice as fast as it is currently possible and also allow them to operate more efficiently. Their efforts may also result in lower production costs by up to 25%.
Motorola has confirmed on Friday that it has abandoned the development of Webtop, a software that allows smartphones to power laptops via the Lapdock accessory, due to "a lack of consumer adoption" in a statement to CNET.
Besides announcing the One X+, HTC also confirmed that it will be rolling out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ updates to the HTC One X/S from October.
A new iPad with the designation iPad 3,6 appears in an Apple developer's log, which suggests a modified version of the current third-generation iPad model.
Although prominent TV manufacturers have begun to churn out their next-generation 4K TVs, these ultra high-definition sets are unlikely to make a huge impact on the LCD TV market, according to market research firm, IHS iSuppli.
ZAGG, a leading manufacturer of mobile accessories unveiled a new item on its website - screen protector for the Apple iPad Mini.
Saturday, 6 Oct 2012
MoDaCo just obtained some information on the specs of Google's next Nexus phone, some of which are rather unexpected.
Friday, 5 Oct 2012
Google and ASUS seem to be preparing to launch a 32GB variant of the Nexus 7.
Gizmodo reader Martin Hajek - who previously made some relatively authentic iPhone 5 renders - has taken the effort to mock up what the iPad Mini might eventually look like. Check them out after the jump.
Logitech adds another candidate to its lineup of Harmony universal remotes. The plainly-named Harmony Touch will feature a full color 2.4-inch LCD touchscreen with simultaneous controls of up to fifteen home entertainment devices.