Thursday, 27 Dec 2012
We already know that Research In Motion (RIM) will kick-start next year with two BlackBerry 10 devices, the full touchscreen Z10 and the QWERTY-equipped X10. What about a third, unknown device?
The Samsung Galaxy S IV probably will not make its appearance so soon but there are already rumors floating around the device on the Internet. Given its impending popularity, the appearance of an unofficial mockup video of the S IV doesn't quite strike us as that surprising.
LG Display will be showcasing its advancements in display technology, resolution, and design at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013.
Mozilla is backtracking on its decision to kill the 64-bit version of Firefox due to heavy backlash from users of the browser. Just last month, managing engineer Benjamin Smedberg requested developers stop development on the project's nightly builds of its 64-bit Windows distribution.
Google lists the best Android apps of 2012. Read on to find out which apps make the list.
Samsung aims to ship more than 500 million phones in 2013, a target which is a 20% increase from the estimated 420 million devices shipped this year.
Some users of the HTC One S have reported receiving the over-the-air (OTA) update which brings Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ to their devices.
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
Touted as the world's first ultra throw pico projector, the CloudView pico projector incorporates a patent pending short throw light engine projection technology, giving it the ability to project an image five to 10 times larger than other pico projectors.
Matrix Audio has announced that it will debut the pocket-sized Qube, its smallest speaker, at the CES 2013.
A team at the University of Southampton in the UK has built a supercomputer out of Raspberry Pi computers and Lego. They've also published a guide on how to make your own Raspberry Pi supercomputer.