News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 4 Sep 2014
According to The Tech Report, the AMD FreeSync technology doesn’t enjoy across-the-board support on its Radeon GPUs. FreeSync is the company’s answer to NVIDIA’s G-Sync; both technologies attempt to align a graphics card’s draw rates with the refresh rates of the monitor for smoother display.
Wednesday, 3 Sep 2014
Apple has just issued an advisory saying its investigations have found that its iCloud service was not breached, and that a very "targeted attack" was the cause of the recent celebrity photo leaks.
Bungie's new franchise, Destiny, doesn't come out till next week, but thanks to Google, you can tour the game world now with Google Street View.
With rumors of the next iPhone having NFC support, Apple could be working on some form of wireless payment system and it seems like they've been in talks with major payment system vendors. If this turns out to be true, it could re-shape point of sales transactions as we know it.
Tuesday, 2 Sep 2014
Better late than never right? It has taken months, but Dropbox has finally slashed prices of its plans to match its competitors.
Apple has said that it is "actively investigating" iCloud to see if it is in some way responsible for the leak of hundreds of racy photos involving celebrities.
Monday, 1 Sep 2014
Re/code reports that Apple's upcoming wearable device will not arrive in the market for a few months. Retail availability is said to be in early 2015. In addition, Apple is said to be considering putting a price tag of US$400 on the wearable device.
Friday, 29 Aug 2014
Apple has sent out invites for a media event on September 9, Tuesday at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of De Anza College in Cupertino.
Google has just launched the beta build for the 64-bit version of Chrome for the Mac. While this may not mean anything to the average user, running a 64-bit Chrome browser on the Mac does have its benefits.
Thursday, 28 Aug 2014
In a brief interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook calls the recent slump of iPad sales a "speed bump" and remains "bullish" about the future of the tablet market.