Wednesday, 23 May 2012
VIA Technologies has announced their Android-based PC (APC) that is priced at US$49. Looking very similar to the Raspberry Pi, VIA Technologies has jumped onto the bandwagon for tiny PCs with very attractive price points.
The 3.7-inch Motorola Defy XT runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform and is driven by a 1GHz processor. It also comes with pre-loaded social networking apps, a 5-megapixel camera, and a secondary front-facing VGA camera so you can video conference with family and friends.
In a blog post, CEO of Google Larry Page announced that the acquisition of Motorola Mobility is finally complete. Both US and European regulatory bodies were looking into the merger to ensure no occurrence of future foul play.
Tuesday, 22 May 2012
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) just announced that it has acquired HungryGoWhere for S$12 million.
A Wi-Fi memory card, the PQI Air Card incorporates the latest Wi-Fi technology into a traditional memory card, enabling "instant sharing" in just a few simple steps, anytime and anywhere without the need for wires or a PC card reader.
Unveiled earlier during CES 2012, the Sound Kick is a mobile wireless speaker which allows users to stream music from any Bluetooth compatible device including the iPad/iPhone/iPod touch, Android, and BlackBerry.
Giada intends to display its range of mini PCs and compact motherboards - the Uni-BOX U70 and i53 Mini PCs, and MI-HM77T/NI-HM77T motherboards - at the upcoming Computex 2012.
The Logitech Wireless Mouse M235 now comes with two new designs - Black Topography and Pink Splash.
NVIDIA has refreshed three previous generation GeForce GT 500 cards that are based on its Fermi GPU. They have been re-christened as GeForce GT 600 cards, targeting budget conscious consumers and OEMs.
Numbers and figures from Stat Counter show that Google Chrome has overtaken Internet Explorer for the first time to become the most used browser globally.