Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Good news for those looking to get an Ultrabook. PC manufacturers in the US are reducing prices of the current batch of Ultrabooks to make way for the second wave of Ultrabooks poised to hit the market.
Google and Facebook, said Monday they have removed allegedly offensive material on their Indian sites as part of a court case deemed as a test for Internet censorship and control.
Encased in metallic silver brushed aluminum chassis, the 14-inch Ultrabook incorporates the Hi-Speed Start Technology which allows the U840 to power and run in a matter of seconds while its USB Sleep & Charge technology gives users the option to charge their smartphones even while the system is powered down.
One of the largest Bit Torrent search engines BTJunkie has decided to voluntarily shut down operations permanently, before it draws the wrath of the government and copyright holders. Smart move?
Thermaltake adds on to its Toughpower and Smart PSU lines by introducing Toughpower 550W, 650W and 750W, as well as Smart 750W and 850W PSUs.
Lenovo announced its plans to bring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to its business-centric ThinkPad Tablet sometime in Q2 this year. No specific dates are given at the moment.
A new report from South Korea says that the Samsung Galaxy S III will be released in stores sometime in May. The selling date aside, the report claims that the Galaxy S II's successor will measure 7mm thin.
Days before the Mobile World Congress, model numbers of two upcoming handsets from LG, the LG-P700 and the LG-P880, have surfaced on the Internet with a few details on their specs.
Monday, 6 Feb 2012
Panasonic and Sony are expecting record losses as the year progresses. Panasonic is expected to come off the worse of the two with a projected net loss of US$10.2 billion.
Macworld 2012 has concluded and there were quite a few products and concepts on display. One that caught our eye was the LandingZone, a docking station for your MacBook Air.