Friday, 24 Feb 2012
MotionCore architectures are optimized for motion sensing and data fusion applications, and run implementations of Movea's proprietary SmartMotion algorithms.
Panasonic has revealed in an interview that they're planning to release a "very high-end (Micro Four Thirds) camera", as well as increase their focus on MFT lenses. It's not clear if Panasonic is referring to the GH3 or an entirely new camera, but they say that their increased efforts is based on the possibility of a Canon mirrorless system camera coming later this year.
Android users now have another reason to rejoice as cloud storage service, Box, is giving Android users a treat by offering 50GB free storage. The offer is valid until 23rd March, and provides you with 50GB of free cloud storage with no strings attached.
LG's upcoming MWC lineup of Android smartphones was caught on video by Italian site Telefonino. The video also gives a sneak peak at LG's new customized interface running on the LG Optimus 4X HD.
More rumored details on the upcoming quad-core HTC Endeavor/One X have emerged, reports MoDaCo.
Thursday, 23 Feb 2012
Days before the Mobile World Congress 2012 kicks off, HTC Singapore's Facebook page put up an interesting teaser image - a generic looking HTC smartphone, with the number four inside. Android 4.0, HTC Sense 4.0, quad-core processors or four HTC smartphones?
Google has gone and made Google Docs even more useful outside the office by introducing an update for its Android app that allows for updating and editing on the go from your smartphone or tablet. Hit the link for more details on the update.
Gigabyte launches the Luxo X10, Sumo Alpha and adds four chassis - GZ-G1, G1 Plus, G2, G2 Plus - to its existing GZ series.
Sony's unique dual-screen tablet, the Sony Tablet P, will be available in Singapore from 24th February. The Android Honeycomb tablet is priced at S$848 and available at all Sony stores and authorized outlets.
Google recently filed for a multi-touch trackpad patent that seems to indicate Android is gearing up to appear on notebooks. Is this an indication of a bigger mobile computing trend to come?