Monday, 27 Feb 2012
Adobe releases Photoshop Touch, a tablet version of their popular Photoshop app, for the iPad 2. The app features Photoshop-like functions, like layers, selection tools, adjustments and filters to work with your images.
Some users of the Fujifilm X10 have reported seeing an artifact in their images. Looking like white orbs, the artifact appears when shooting in certain lighting conditions. Fujifilm released a firmware update (version 1.03) a couple of weeks ago and Dpreview has conducted an extensive investigation into whether it resolves the issue.
Featuring seamless sign-in and sync, the first update to the Beta rolled out over the weekend, with enhanced features and availability in more countries, including Singapore.
Right after HTC's announcement of its One smartphones, the three Android 4.0 devices are spotted as a pre-order on Clove, a UK online retailer. The One X, One S and One V are priced at 410 pounds, 375 pounds and 220 pounds respectively.
In a move to perhaps ensure its survival, RapidShare has decided to reduce download speeds for free users. The move is designed to make the site less attractive as a platform for pirates.
A day before Mobile World Congress kicks off, and we have more official news coming straight from Barcelona. Joining the list of announcements is HTC's One series, comprising of the HTC One X, HTC One S and HTC One V.
ASRock has brought support for Ivy Bridge CPUs as well as Intel Rapid Start and Smart Connect technologies to its entire H61 motherboard series. The company has released BIOS updates to these entry-level boards so that they can retain their computing advantage at no additional costs.
Both the Sony Xperia P and U are now official, joining its earlier announced sibling, the Sony Xperia S as part of the Xperia NXT series of smartphones. Both devices are armed with dual-core processors and will be available in Q2 2012.
Nothing can stop Samsung from introducing surprise products as MWC 2012 approaches. One of these is the Galaxy Beam which allows users to share content thanks to its built-in projector.
Updating its portfolio of Android tablet, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Tab 2 in 7" and 10.1" variants, both coming with a 1GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.0.