Wednesday, 29 Aug 2012
A December hearing is set to consider Apple's request to have an injunction against at least eight Samsung devices, and Samsung's appeal to have the jury's verdict set aside.
Zynga's Chief Creative Officer Mike Verdu has just announced that he is leaving the company to start his own gaming venture, which will focus on mobile games.
Firmware version 1.80 has gone live for Sony's handheld, portable console the PS Vita bringing about a few changes. Not only can the device now be used as a controller for the PlayStation 3, but is also compatible with selected PlayStation 1 titles.
Hisense USA, a subsidiary of the China-based Hisense enterprise, has plans to unveils its own Google TV box at IFA 2012. Read on for more.
Microsoft released the official SkyDrive app for Android devices.
Scheduled to be launched in the second half of this year, LG's new Smart TV game portal - Game World - provides an intuitive interface where users can conveniently search, purchase, and play game apps in both 2D and 3D.
The EA93 is designed to allow a variety of entertainment while the EA83 is specifically manufactured to handle graphics-intensive applications.
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2012
Going overboard? Samsung has officially announced a couple of new nature-inspired shades for its ever-so-popular flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, bringing the total count of shades to six.
Lexmark has announced plans to restructure, including the exiting of the development and manufacturing of the company's remaining inkjet hardware. This also means that about 1700 positions will be cut globally, including 1100 manufacturing positions.
Named Hawk, these Hynix-built SSDs was based on SandForce's SF2281 controller and SK Hynix Flash. Available in capacities of 120GB and 240GB, the 2.5-inch Hawk drive offers sequential read and write speeds of 510MB/s and 470MB/s respectively.