Friday, 14 Dec 2012
Dell has announced that it will quit the smartphone business and that it will focus its mobile efforts instead on tablets running Windows 8 and Windows RT.
Apple just unveiled its 2012 App Store Best of List where you can check out the most popular apps for the year.
Kingston has added a new 128GB model to the Wi-Drive product line. This addition will join existing 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models, allowing even more sharing on Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Featuring two PCIe slots, the new Echo Express II Thunderbolt-to-PCIe expansion chassis allows the use of a wide variety of high-performance PCI Express cards with any computer with a Thunderbolt port.
Other phone vendors such as Samsung and Sony are expected to release smartphones with 5-inch full HD displays in the first half of 2013.
The Korea Times has now reported that Samsung is planning to launch a Samsung Galaxy Note III with a 6.3-inch OLED display in 2013.
It's been only a couple of weeks since the alleged Sony Xpera 'Odin' emerged on the web and there are already new leaks and rumors about another 5-inch Xperia 'phablet', the Xperia 'Yuga'. These devices have not been officially revealed by the company and by the looks of it, they might just very well be the same product due to the alarming similarities that they share.
Thursday, 13 Dec 2012
Google Maps finally makes a return on iOS devices today. At the moment, the new app is optimized for iPhone 5, but not yet for the iPad.
Google is shelving plans for dedicated apps like Gmail and Drive for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 due to the limited scale of users on Microsoft's platforms. The search giant, however, might change its mind if the situation improves.
Intel has announced the Atom S1200 processor series that delivers 64-bit, low-power system-on-a-chip (SoC) designed specifically for the server market. These Atom processors are ideal for high-density microservers, storage and networking systems.