Monday, 21 Nov 2011
This is the stuff science fiction is made of: a computer processor from MIT that attempts to mimic our human brain by learning to deal with new information.
A number of users have complained of their Amazon Kindle e-reader's display being damaged by the X-ray scanning equipment used at airports.
Details on the upcoming slew of Apple products indicate certain design changes to accommodate bigger, better components used in the iPad and iPhone, and a thinner MacBook Pro.
The mobile landscape is changing at a blistering pace, with screen sizes becoming larger and with more powerful processors running the devices. But can batteries keep up with the advancements?
Portable devices aren't exactly very durable when it comes to taking a fall, and it has been revealed that Apple filed a patent in the first half of 2010, looking into improving the durability of its iOS devices. Hit the jump for more details.
Sunday, 20 Nov 2011
Following the leaked specs of the Nikon D800 DSLR camera, the first product pictures of the rumored camera have now surfaced online.
Friday, 18 Nov 2011
Panasonic might enter the global smartphone market in 2012, with plans to launch its smartphone range in the UK and five other European countries.
A handful of iPhone 4S owners have encountered a troubling SIM card situation with their smartphones, Engadget reports.
Disturbing news: Facebook has officially acknowledged that it tracks where both members and non-members of its website go on the internet and keeps a running log of up to 90 days.
BitFenix introduces the Spectre Pro Performance Fan series, which promises to deliver both high airflow and high air pressure. Its reinforced fan blades counters turbulence and noise produced by high rotation speeds.