Monday, 12 Aug 2013
The rumored HTC One Max made an appearance in flesh, showing off a 5.9-inch full HD display and a chassis that is similar to the 4.7-inch HTC One.
With the new Nexus 7 and Moto X now official, the attention now turns to the successors of the existing Nexus 4 smartphone and Nexus 10 tablet. According to rumors, they would be made by Motorola and ASUS respectively.
Acer President, Jim Wang stated that the company will be offering less Microsoft products, while producing more Android products, as well as Chromebooks. This comes as the company posted a significant second quarter loss due to lower sales and rising expenses.
The OpenPower Consortium has been announced and aims to license the technology behind IBM's Power system. The consortium hopes to encourage the development of advanced server, storage, networking and GPU computing technologies for next generation data centers, in an open-source environment.
Google has just released the factory image of their new Nexus 7 tablet, just like they had for previous iterations. In addition, the driver binaries for the Nexus 7 have also been made available to the public for download.
Thursday, 8 Aug 2013
The first introduced under LG's new "G" series for premium devices, G2 places all of its main buttons on the back to give users more control. The new smartphone comes powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2.2GHz quad-core processor, and runs on the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean platform.
Wednesday, 7 Aug 2013
Featuring a TWIN BIOS design along with the Enhanced Power Design, the N760 Hawk graphics card comes packed with proprietary technologies including the Twin Frozr IV Advanced Thermal Design, Airflow Control, as well as Dust Removal.
TRENDnet has announced the availability of its AC1200 Dual Band Wireless Media Bridge, TEW-800MB.
Featuring an optimized, intuitive UI that's similar to that on a mobile or tablet device, the ADM features the App Central App repository which contains over 100 unique NAS Apps.
Samsung has just introduced the world's first 3D Vertical NAND memory chip, which it says can help overcome the limitations of current flash technology.