Friday, 22 Jun 2012
Flipboard officially arrrives on the Google Android platform. It is available in five new editions - Germany, Italy, Korea, Netherlands and Spain.
An industry analyst for CCS Insight claimed in his tweets that Huawei will be launching its first Windows Phone, Huawei Ascend W1, in Q4 2012. The device will be available globally in Q1 2013.
Adopting the proprietary Unlocked Digital Power architecture, the GTX 680 Lightning comes equipped with the MSI Twin Frozr IV cooling solution with Dust Removal technology, dual temperature-controlled fans, and SuperPipe.
At a recent Q & A session to an audience at the Aalto Center for Entrepreneurship in Otaniemi, Finland, Linus Torvalds who is the brain child behind the Linux kernel project, complained harshly about the lack of Linux support from NVIDIA. NVIDIA has issued their diplomatic response to his outburst.
Facebook is about to empower users with the ability to edit comments made on the social media platform without time limitations. As a fail-safe measure, other users will be able to see the complete edit history of the thread to prevent any ugly disputes.
It's (almost) official that the next iteration of the Android mobile operating system is named Jelly Bean. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be the first device to be powered by Jelly Bean.
Thursday, 21 Jun 2012
Futuremark has released its first trailer for the next version of 3DMark, the world's first graphics benchmark allowing testing of DX9, DX10, and DX11 capable hardware through the DX11 API.
The upcoming enterprise Panasonic ToughPad A1, made its first preview appearance in Asia during CommunicAsia this year. The tablet will be available in September in Singapore this year, with an estimate retail price of USD1599.
Google is offering a one-day flash sale on some of its apps in mark of the summer solstice in the U.S. And while it's always summer here in Singapore, we still get to enjoy these deals as well - the flash sale ends 21 June (U.S. time), so grab them quick!
In a recent statement on their developer blog, Facebook has revealed that it will allow app makers to charge users a subscription fee. The new move opens up a new revenue stream for developers in addition to the one-time payment model that is already in place.