Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013
EA has just announced that its CEO, John Riccitiello, will step down from his position on March 30.
Did Google just accidentally reveal their next project before schedule? Google Keep, which looks to be is a cloud based, note taking application in the same vein as Evernote, went live and was taken down today.
Google Maps Street View doesn't only include panoramic views of streets around the world, but also many interesting landmarks and sites such as the Grand Canyon. And being added to the list now are four out of the Seven Summits for those who love mountains.
Monday, 18 Mar 2013
WhatsApp is revamping its iOS app by switching the present subscription-based service into one with an annual subscription. The company intends to roll out the new subscription type this year (no exact date has been set).
Wacom has introduced the DTH-2242 pen display, a tool that allows healthcare professionals, educators, and presenters to quickly add notes or draw pictures to make their explanations easier to understand, helping them communicate more effectively.
NVIDIA says it's happy to let AMD have control over the console GPU market because it wants to focus on the desktop and mobile market.
Feedly, a popular third-party RSS client announced that it added more than half a million users in the two days after Google announced Google Reader's retirement. They've also revealed their plans on how to keep up with the mass migration from Google Reader.
Cisco seems to be moving away from the consumer market and is looking for a buyer for Linksys. Belkin's purchase of Linksys is expected to be completed in March 2013 for an as of yet undisclosed amount.
Friday, 15 Mar 2013
Supporting the latest ATX and micro-ATX motherboards as well as high-end graphics cards including the AMD's Radeon HD 7990, the CM Force 500 is compatible with almost all power supplies, made possible by its top-mounted PSU design.
In the wake of the launch of its latest Galaxy S IV smartphone, Samsung also announced the availability of its new quad-core Exynos 5 Octa that powers the Galaxy S IV smartphone.