Friday, 3 May 2013
According to people familiar with the matter, iOS 7 will be a such a significant update that it is pulling engineers from the OS X team to help ensure it meets its rumored September dateline.
If you do a lot of events scheduling from your Gmail account, Gmail has just made it easier for you; it now has the ability to add events directly to their Google calendar. Hit the link for more.
Intel has named COO Brian Krzanich its next CEO; he'll take over the helm from current CEO Paul Otellini on May 16. Mr. Krzanich, who first joined Intel in 1982, was named COO early last year after having overseen Intel's manufacturing operations.
Google+ Hangouts now comes with remote desktop, which lets you remotely control someone else's PC during a Hangout chat session. The Hangout Remote Desktop app is built using the same technology found in the Chrome Remote Desktop app.
@evleaks released some images of the alleged Motorola "X" phone.
3DMark for Android has been updated to version 1.0.2-1109. While most of the changes in this update are minor, Ice Storm Extreme's Physics test now runs at 720p to ensure the result is not influenced by the GPU. As a result, devices with low-end GPUs may see an increase in scores.
Thursday, 2 May 2013
Enermax has published a power supply unit (PSU) compatibility list which comprises all its current high-end to mid-range models that support Intel 'Haswell' CPUs, allaying fears that some PSUs aren't capable of delivering small amounts of power to support the processor's new C6/C7 low-power states.
Jawbone has announced its UP platform for iOS and unveiled 10 apps that have integrated with UP, the wristband and app system that helps you know yourself so that you can make smarter choices.
A survey done by American measurement company Nielsen has revealed that Youtube reaches more users in the 18 to 34 age group, than any other US cable network company. These viewers are what Youtube calls "Generation C", and the company reckons that advertisers need to be on Youtube in order to reach them.
Intel has just released graphics performance charts of its new Haswell processors, which will be launched in June. If the charts are anything to go by, Haswell could finally deliver performance equivalent to discrete graphics cards.