Tuesday, 4 Dec 2012
A fresh round of rumors surfaced on upcoming Samsung mobile devices which include the Galaxy S IV, an entry-level Galaxy Note II and a 13.3-inch transforming tablet with a keyboard dock.
After Flashback showed the world the vulnerabilities Apple computers had, Dockster is the new malware on the block. The backdoor trojan is targeting mac users disguised as a Dalai Lama related website.
A Googler drew up a cartoon on the evolution of the Android mascot which suggests that the next Android operating system is likely to be called Key Lime Pie.
D-Link's DWA-182 is slated to arrive in stores next week. Here's more about the sleek and nifty dual-band 802.11ac USB adapter.
Monday, 3 Dec 2012
In an attempt to compete with Amazon's discount on cloud based services, Google slashes its cloud pricing by over 30 percent.
With the SmartWallet app, StarHub's mobile customers will be able to use three contactless payment cards, the DBS One.Tap, NFC ez-link purse, and NFC FEVO Pre-paid MasterCard, on NFC-enabled smartphones.
Patriot Memory has released the new Gauntlet Node, its new wireless personal storage enclosure which the company had revealed earlier this year at Computex 2012.
A video of the Windows Phone 7.8 OS working on the Nokia Lumia 900 has been leaked; aptly of course, given that Microsoft just recently announced that the update will come in early 2013.
For Windows Phone 8 users using the Rooms feature, you can still invite people on other platforms. However, since they can't see the shared calendar, photos, and notes in one centralized location, a few other apps are needed.
Sources have informed Bloomberg that Microsoft may be planning to launch their next iteration of the Xbox gaming console in late 2013. Apparently the Xbox 720 will be sold for US$299 with Kinect, HUD glasses and cloud gaming all bundled in.