Thursday, 12 Jul 2012
Parallels has updated both Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac and Parallels Mobile to support Apple's Retina display on the newly released MacBook Pro and latest iPad. With this upgrade, users can now enjoy razor-sharp text and richer colors across all their devices in both Windows and Mac environments.
The new WD 2go mobile app lets customers move, copy, and share content between their mobile device, their Dropbox, and their WD personal cloud. This combines the benefits of personal and public cloud storage into one, user-friendly app.
A new tablet from Wacom is on its way to the market. The new Cintiq 24HD touch boasts its multi-touch function that aims to give its users a truly "hands-on" experience whilst working digitally. Read on for more details and to watch the tablet in action!
A gesture-based remote, the Sonic Screwdriver Universal Remote Control is a metal replica of the Mark VII Sonic Screwdriver currently used by the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith. It will be showcased at the BBC America Booth #3629 during the San Diego Comic-Con on 12 July.
In a security advisory released yesterday, Microsoft advised Windows 7 and Vista users to disable their Windows Sidebar and Gadgets. The company warned that insecure gadgets could be used to run arbitrary code on a computer. Read on to find out how to secure your affected system.
Research house IHS iSuppli recently stripped a 8GB Nexus 7 and found that it costs $151.75 to build. They also found that it is highly similar to the Kindle Fire.
Wednesday, 11 Jul 2012
SugarSync, a free cloud storage service provider, expands its partnership with Samsung and will now ship on all Samsung devices that are equipped with the AllShare Play service, starting from the Galaxy S III.
Research in Motion gets into more legal trouble as Nokia files another three patent lawsuits against the BlackBerry maker in Germany.
The iPhone 4/4S case comes in seven different colors and can be mix-and-matched with the six color options of the slide-in USB drive which is available in storage capacities of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB.
Amazon is now said to be developing a smartphone that "would vie with Apple's iPhone and handheld devices that run Google’s Android operating system", Bloomberg reports.