Thursday, 11 Jul 2013
Google has announced a new Google Maps app for Android smartphones and tablets, which is also set to arrive on the iPhone and iPad in the near future.
Kingston has announced it is shipping server memory solutions for microservers, a new and growing segment of the server market.
Seagate has introduced two new enterprise-class HDD optimized for emerging cloud infrastructures and large scale data centers - the Seagate Terascale HDD and the Seagate Enterprise Performance 10K HDD v7.
Apple is rumored to be making a switch to using IGZO displays for the iPad and MacBook. This is according to Patently Apple who said the move by the company was to reduce power consumption of these devices.
Google is said to have allowed Motorola Mobility to spend US$500 million or more to market the upcoming Moto X smartphone globally. In 2012, Samsung and Apple spent S$400 million and US$333 million respectively on marketing mobile devices in the US.
Mobile security firm Bluebox just released an app which scans your Android device for the vulnerability reported a week ago.
For the second consecutive week since Microsoft released the public preview of Windows 8.1, the company has delivered several bug fixes for the preview OS.
Wednesday, 10 Jul 2013
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S4 Active, a dust and water resistant variant of its flagship model. Hit the link to find out more about its specs. (Update: The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active appears on IDA Equipment Search List.)
Dropbox has just announced new APIs at its first developer conference to help apps sync data across multiple devices. The Datastore API helps developers store and sync app data across multiple devices. The new Chooser and Saver drop-ins allow apps to access and save files to a Dropbox folder.
Facebook is rolling out its internal Graph Search engine to all users. Graph Search has been in limited beta since the beginning of the year, it allows users to search across Facebook very much like how you'd use a search engine like Google. Here's why you should revisit your privacy settings.