Friday, 15 Jun 2012
Researchers at MIT have come up with a fuel cell that can generate electricity from the glucose found in your cerebrospinal fluid that flows around your brain and spinal cord. The neuroscience development may be the first step in human augmentation.
Despite news of Trinity APUs for desktops being delayed till October this year, AMD has revealed details of these APUs on its website.
Nokia Maps is rumored to be replacing Bing Maps in all Windows Phone devices and will come with 3D navigation and hardware acceleration.
The companies plan to initiate full-scale deployment of products and technologies to target the global market, such as utilizing digital LED printheads made by OKI Data for Toshiba Tec products.
As part of the company's plan to restructure itself, Nokia just announced that it aims to cut 10,000 positions by the end of 2013. It also lowered its outlook for the third quarter this year.
Thursday, 14 Jun 2012
Opera Software releases the official version of their web browser with a number of notable updates, such as new skinning system, more user friendly security badges, and an overall speed boost among others. Read on to find out what's new on Opera 12.
Corel has released two new suites of products aimed at creatives and designers. The CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 is meant for photo and puts a whole range of tools at your fingertips.
Apacer hopes to capitalize on the popularity of SSDs (Solid-state drives) among the Ultrabook and Tablet PC brethren with the release of its compact mSATA A1 modular SSD.
The new Macbook Pro with Retina display could be on your list of things to buy this year. However, before you take your credit card out, you should know that the notebook scores extremely low (one out of ten) in terms of repairability.
According to Digitimes, Intel will begin phasing out Sandy Bridge CPUs by September of this year. This is according to notebook manufacturers whom they spoke to.