Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012
Some European users have reported that the multi-tasking mode is missing on their Galaxy Note II units. According to Phone Central, "international units... ship with the earlier firmware, and don't have the multiwindow option yet".
ASUS is rumored to have made an offer to acquire ASRock. ASUS is said to be making a bid for the motherboard division of ASRock. ASRock’s parent company, Pegatron has allegedly approved ASUS' bid; however, there is no official word from both parties at this juncture.
Powered by Intel Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge i3 and i5 processors, the S300 and S400 from the IdeaPad series come equipped with Lenovo's Quick Start "instant on" functionality and OneKey Rescue System.
Just a day after the announcement that the device would be unveiled on the 17th of this month, tech website UkrainianiPhone has managed to get their hands on two mockup versions of the iPad Mini that have yet to surface, a black/slate variant and a nano SIM alternative.
Earlier launched in Korea, the LG UD 3D TV boasts superb picture quality with 8 million pixels per frame, four times the resolution (3840 x 2160) of existing Full HD TV panels, made possible with LG's Triple XD Engine.
Called the X-Boost, it automatically overclocks to a maximum of 15.77% performance boost on the CPU when triggered.
The Gigabyte F2A85X-UP4, the flagship of the Gigabyte FM2 series, incorporates Gigabyte Ultra Durable 5 technology, digital power delivery and other exclusive features which takes advantage of AMD’s new ‘Trinity’ technology.
Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012
Synology releases a 2-bay NAS server with built-in Wi-Fi support for home and small office users - the DiskStation DS213air - as well as the DiskStation DS2413+, a 12-bay NAS server delivering high scalability in capacity and performance to SMB users.
Encased in a solid aluminum metal structure, the lightweight D03 offers better durability and heat dissipation than the conventional plastic case. Also, its surface is specially treated to resist scratches and fingerprint marks.
In a move that was largely expected, Samsung has officially filed court papers accusing Apple’s iPhone 5 of infringing its patents.