Wednesday, 18 Dec 2013
2014 is slowly shaping up to be the year of 2K smartphones. Oppo has confirmed that the Find 7 will have a 2K display.
An unnamed insider at Qualcomm has admitted that the Apple A7 did indeed cause panic attacks at the firm as no one saw it coming.
International Business Times is reporting that Apple is testing several 12.9-inch iPad models that are slated for release in 2014. One model with a 2K display will be released in April while the other with a 4K display will be announced in October.
The lawsuit is being filed to recover the losses incurred as a result of the alleged misappropriation of VIA intellectual property relating to USB technology.
Tuesday, 17 Dec 2013
Coast by Opera has rolled out a new way of browsing the web on the iPad. The old scheme with back and forward buttons is axed; the new app is now optimized for touch and gesture, introducing swipe motions and new ways of viewing the webpage.
Businesses worldwide can now offer their designers and engineers – including those working remotely – cost-effective, secure, graphics-intensive applications using NVIDIA GRID vGPU technology. It launches today with the general availability of Citrix XenDesktop 7.1 and Citrix XenServer 6.2.
Featuring a multi-flip hinge that allows the Fit A to convert between laptop, tablet, and viewer modes, the notebook comes incorporated with technologies including (but not limited to) Exmor RS for PC imaging sensor, TRILUMINOS display for mobile, and X-Reality for mobile.
SingTel posted on its Facebook Page that some of its subscribers are facing problems receiving and sending SMS messages.
Avago Technologies has just announced that it has agreed to a deal to purchase LSI Corporation for US$6.6 billion, making it the company's largest acquisition to date.
Sapphire has announced two new models of its top of the range R9 290 and R9 290X graphics cards. Both models feature the Sapphire Tri-X fan cooler, enhanced clocks, and dual BIOS.