Tuesday, 10 Apr 2012
Aside from the next iPhone (rumored to drop in October), rumor has it that the next generation iPod touch will also receive the dual-core A5X processor that made its debut on Apple's new iPad.
Lenovo continues its push into the tablet market with the introduction of the IdeaTab S2109, which is powered by Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich." More importantly, the company claims that the IdeaTab S2109 comes with a 10-hour battery life.
Reports from Korea say that LG is preparing the D1L, which is set to be their next flagship Android smartphone and potential rival to the yet-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy S III.
Samsung has announced that the next generation of its Galaxy tablets will be delayed until late April, but they have shown up briefly in US retailer websites, revealing prices of US$399 and US$350 for the 10.1-inch and 7-inch variants respectively.
Those looking for an Instagram alternative might want to consider Pinweel, a free application on iTunes complete with old-school photo filters and private sharing options.
Available starting next Monday, they both include 12x optical zoom and new 28mm lens. Also, the IXUS 510 HS features built-in Wi-Fi capability while the IXUS 500 HS offers Smart Auto 58 Scenes.
Unlike other pen-sized scanners which only enables scanning a line per time, ScanStik scans the entire page just like a flat-bed scanner, minus the bulkiness.
Google Maps may be losing ground to OpenStreetMaps as many major players opt for the latter. This is possibly due to Google's charges for their services.
Nokia Siemens Networks will provide StarHub its Single RAN platform, built around the compact, energy efficient Flexi Multiradio Base Station. This will enable StarHub to run GSM and LTE simultaneously on the 1800MHz band.
Driven by a SandForce controller, the SSD720 is built with 24nm toggle-mode MLC NAND flash chips and boasts sequential read/write transfer speeds of up to 560MB/540MBps and 4k random file writes up to 86,000 IOPS.