Tuesday, 3 Apr 2012
In a span of just a few weeks, AMD loses yet another top graphics executive as their Director of Client Technology Unit leaves after 12 years in service.
Google shows its commitment to mobile payments by buying out TxVia. Hopefully the acquired technology will spur on Google Wallet to greater and better things in the future.
Under this new warranty policy, registration is optional and all products will have a minimum of 3 years warranty.
Nearly six months after Google Android 4.0 was announced and made available on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the Ice Cream Sandwich update is still prominently absent, populating only 2.9% of Android devices. However, the situation might change in the months to come.
Following up with Sony Ericsson's commitment to bringing Android 4.0 to its existing Xperia lineup, a posting on its Italian Facebook page states that it will be available sometime in March 2012.
Constructed with specially formulated ceramic coating with stealth technology, the Night Hawk includes a 3 x 8mm high performing heat pipe rated at 160W+ and Xigmatek Crossbar Pressure Vault mounting system.
Tumblr rolls out auto-sharing of posts on Facebook's News Feed as well as increasing the prominence of Tumblr content on your Timeline.
Samsung Electronics announces that its display panel subsidiary, Samsung Display, is now operational. Samsung's new business arm will focus on producing LCD and OLED panels with an estimated annual revenue of 30 trillion won.
IBM and Netherland's National Institute of Radio Astronomy (ASTRON) will research and develop low-powered, exascale supercomputer systems for the international Square Kilometer Array (SKA). The SKA is an international consortium to build the world's largest and most sensitive radio telescope.
LG's display division has announced the mass production of its flexible, light, and ultra-thin plastic electronic paper display (EPD) panels that are designed to fit future e-book readers.