Wednesday, 19 Sep 2012
Intel has clarified by stating its support for Linux and Android for its forthcoming 'Clover Trail' Atom CPUs. This new series of Atom CPUs will exclusively support Windows 8 at their launch. Support for Linux and Android operating systems will come later, in the form of a separate hardware release.
The rumored 5.0-inch Galaxy S 4 is said to make its first appearance at next year's Mobile World Congress event and be released globally in March, an ambitious timeline the company wishes to adhere to after the unveiling of Apple's iPhone 5 event. Since then, Samsung has dismissed the rumor.
Microsoft releases a temporary software fix for a newly discovered vulnerability in its Internet Explorer web browser, which attackers can exploit by installing the Poison Ivy trojan.
Tuesday, 18 Sep 2012
Providing transfer rates of up to 150MBps as well as a larger storage capacity of 128GB, the SP Superior CF 1000X aims to satisfy professional photographers' need in storing more high-quality images, 3D or Full HD videos in just one single memory card.
Spark is a lightweight lens with a unique 50mm selective focus multi-coated glass doublet optic, which features an f/5.6 fixed aperture providing ease of use for new Lensbaby enthusiasts.
Motorola and Intel today announced the Razr i, the first smartphone to run on a 2.0GHz processor.
Club 3D has added the Radeon HD 7750 4096MB DDR3 and Radeon HD 7750 1024MB DDR3 graphic cards to its Radeon HD 7000 Series.
Google has just forked out an undisclosed amount for Snapseed's developers, Nik Software. Snapseed is a mobile photo-editing software, and they're also allegedly Instagram's biggest rival.
Panasonic officially announces the LUMIX G X VARIO 35-100mm F2.8 POWER O.I.S. telephoto zoom lens (35mm camera equivalent of 70-200mm) based on the Micro Four Thirds standard.
Huawei today unveiled its "No-Edge" vision for the future of LTE at LTE Asia 2012.