Thursday, 14 Feb 2013
According to reports, Google engineers reported more than half the vulnerabilities that were addressed in Microsoft's latest security patch.
The Motorola X Phone is alleged to come with game-changing features that are not available on existing smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy phones and Apple iPhones.
If rumors are to be believed, HP might be making a return to the tablet market. But instead of trying to resuscitate WebOS, the new devices will feature Android OS and are expected to be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 chip.
Wednesday, 13 Feb 2013
Apple Updates Processors & Prices of MacBook Pro with Retina Display; MacBook Air Also Sees Price Reduction
Apple today announced that its MacBook Pro with Retina display lineup is receiving updated processors and lower starting prices. Prices of the MacBook Air models have dropped as well.
Intel is planning to launch its own Internet TV service along with its set-top box by the end of the year. This is according to Mr. Erik Huggers who is the corporate vice president at Intel Media, a new company division that comprises staff members formerly from Apple, Google, Netflix and Jabber.
Bloomberg reports that Apple has a team of 100 staff from various departments working on a wristwatch-like device.
The ASUS RT-N12HP drives up to 300% wider Wi-Fi coverage using detachable high-gain 9dBi antennas and a built-in signal power amplifier. It comes with software EZ Switch router/access point/range extender mode selection and the flexibility of up to four networks on a single device.
The WD TV Play is a versatile media player which streams popular internet channels, personal photos, music, and movies from other networked devices in the home directly to an HDTV.
Michael Dell and Silver Lake's efforts to once again make Dell a private company have hit some road-bumps as investors resist the proposed move. T. Rowe Price Group, the third largest shareholders in Dell Inc., have publicly stated that the proposed buyout does not reflect the true value of the tech company.
According to a new report from Morgan Stanley, Google could pay Apple more than US$1 billion in 2014 to remain the default search engine on iOS. In 2009, Google paid only US$82 million for the same privilege.