- Reads from WWW
Monday, 16 Jul 2012
While earlier reports have mentioned that the iPhone 5 will be entering production soon, another conflicting report has claimed that it has already gone into production, priming itself for a September/early-October release.
Cisco will break the 1Gigabit speed barrier for wireless networks as it plans to release a 1Gbps 802.11ac access point next year. This add-on module is compatible to its existing 802.11n-based Cisco Aironet 3600 access point, making it easy to join the 1Gbps 802.11ac bandwagon!
Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg admits that the biggest challenge for him right now is to adapt Facebook to mobile devices.
Japanese blog Macotakara claims that the upcoming iPhone will sport two glass panels on the top and bottom section of its large aluminum back panel. In addition, Apple is said to start production of the iPhone soon.
Being funded on the crowd sourced platform Kickstarter, the iOS GameDock looks to improve the gaming experience offered by your Apple device. It allows you to play iOS games in the traditional way, on your TV with an actual controller to boot.
Saturday, 14 Jul 2012
According to USA Today, Microsoft is set to unveil the next major version of its suite of office productivity applications and services this coming Tuesday.
Friday, 13 Jul 2012
More photos of the next-gen iPhone has been leaked and this time, we get to have a clearer view of its front glass panel, KitGuru and Pocket-lint reports. Adding on to that, the device is slated for an August 7th official release.
Yahoo has formally confirmed that the Yahoo Voices data breach did come from its servers, and that "approximately" 400,000 email addresses and passwords have been compromised in plain text online.
Twitter, in collaboration with Buddy Media, has launched an age screening service for adult brands. The feature is voluntary and companies who feel that their products are unsuitable for minors can opt in of their own volition.
AMD has been granted US$ $12.6 million under the FastForward program. The program is a joint effort between the National Nuclear Security Administration and the Department of Energy to advance research of exascale computers that are a 1000 times faster than current supercomputers.