Thursday, 31 Jan 2013
Facebook has just reported its Q4 and also full year 2012 financial results, and the company did better than expected, ending the year on a high.
Nintendo has lowered its sales expectations for the new Wii U console. After the holiday period has ended, the gaming company expects sales to taper of more significantly than projected.
Nikon has announced two brand new lenses; the AF-S Nikkor 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lens compatible with the FX mount, and the AF-S Nikkor 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5G ED compatible with the FX as well as DX mount.
Wednesday, 30 Jan 2013
Google and LG may be releasing a white variant of the Nexus 4.
Casio has released two new models in the High Speed EXILIM line of digital cameras. These two cameras, EX-ZR700 and EX-ZR400, offer responsive photo-taking features such as fast start-up, high-speed auto focus, and capture intervals of a fraction of a second.
Sony Network Entertainment International has announced that its Music Unlimited service now offers users the ability to high quality audio through the service's PC, Sony Xperia, and other Android smartphones and tablets, Sony Android Walkman, and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system applications.
Microsoft has just announced the general availability of its new Office suite of productivity software. Besides buying a copy of the new Office for your PC, you can also get Office via a subscription plan. Two such plans for consumers are announced today: Office 365 Home Premium and Office 365 University.
First glimpse at the phone's retail packaging aside, there are reports saying that a leaked memo from Vodafone UK has revealed the carrier’s "intent to start sales of the Z10 as of 5PM local time tomorrow".
Pentax has announced the latest versions of their distinctive looking rugged digital compacts; the WG-3, WG-3 GPS and the WG-10. The WG-3 GPS is compatible with the wireless Qi (inductive power standard) recharging system and can recharge wirelessly.
Security experts from Rapid7 have recommended disabling the UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) protocol on network-enabled devices. This is to prevent hackers from exploiting inherent flaws in the UPnP protocol to gain unauthorized access to their networks remotely.