Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014
LG's upcoming G Pro 2 is likely to sport rear buttons similar to its current flagship smartphone, the G2.
Olympus has added the M.Zuiko Digital 25mm F1.8 lens to its M.Zuiko Premium series, and expanded its M.Zuiko series to include the M.Zuiko Digital Ed 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ lens.
Olympus has announced two Stylus compact digital cameras, TG-850 Tough, the first Tough series to be equipped with a tilting LCD, and SP-100 EE, the first Olympus camera to feature a built-in dot sight, along with the OM-D E-M5 PRO Lens Kit.
Parallels Access for the iPad has been enhanced, with new features and improvements including Windows support that's now out of beta, support for 11 languages, and a new single port connection which makes it easier for users to work within certain corporate networks.
According to Facebook, its Open Compute project has saved it over US$1 billion in infrastructure and energy costs over the last three years.
AMD has released its first 64-bit, ARM-based Opteron A1100 series processors for servers. These chips support 4- or 8-core ARM Cortex-A57 processors. The company also announced its contribution of a new micro server design, based on the Opteron A-series, to the Open Compute Project.
DigiTimes reports that Nokia will be announcing three Lumia smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2014 next month. The three devices are the Lumia 1820, Lumia 1525 and Lumia 1520V.
Razer has added a warranty function to Razer Synapse 2.0 that lets gamers quickly register and monitor their warranty period in a single convenient location through Razer's cloud-based hardware configurator.
Tuesday, 28 Jan 2014
Brother has launched two new compact desktop scanners, ADS-1100W and ADS-1600W, as well as two redesigned mobile scanners, DS-620 and DS-720D.
Samsung sent a statement to Ars Technica confirming that the Android 4.4 update for the Galaxy Note 3 will cause compatibility issues with some third party accessories. The software update to fix this issue will be available shortly.