Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013
With the new Dropbox 2.0 version that has been made available to users, a number of new UI features are available for the desktop application version. One of the most significant changes is the addition of drop-down menus allowing you to accept or reject sharing requests from the app itself.
The late Steve Jobs will soon get his own biographical manga series, courtesy of famed manga artist, Mari Yamazaki. The series will appear on female oriented manga magazine, Kiss, and will be titled -- Steve Jobs.
Amidst growing and intense competition from rivals, research house IDC predicts that Android tablets will overtake iPads in terms of market share for the first time this year.
With its name inspired from "non-interference cooler", the NiC series which consists of the F3, F4, C4, and C5 models, claims to be fully compatible with RAM of all kinds, and is ideal for power users who fill their RAM slots with taller, high-end overclocked memory modules. With NiC coolers, you've one less worry of compatibility.
Tuesday, 12 Mar 2013
The Yamaha YSP-4300 Digital Sound Projector, which makes use of sound beams bouncing off the walls to provide discrete '5 beam + 2' surround sound effects, is now available in Singapore for S$2,799.
Lenovo's CEO, Yang Yuanqing has expressed interest in a possible deal between Lenovo and BlackBerry. He also added that he needs to analyze the market to see if BlackBerry would be a suitable fit for Lenovo.
Microsoft will be updating IE10 in Windows 8 and Windows RT to let it run Flash content by default. The change of mind comes after the company realizes that most sites with Flash content are ‘compatible with the Windows experience for touch, performance, and battery life.’
Giada has just announced the release of its Q11 Mini-PC, which runs off an ARM processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Monday, 11 Mar 2013
In order to meet the increasing security needs and performance requirements of today's connected businesses, Symantec has updated its portfolio of Web Security Solutions. The company has also announced the first available multi-algorithm SSL certificates with new ECC and DSA options.
Ars Technica has a chilling report on the men who spy on women through their webcams. Using a remote administration tool (RAT) which gives them access to a notebook's screen, webcam, files and microphone, hackers grab these women's images using the webcam and also steal their photos off their local drives.