Friday, 18 Nov 2011
A handful of iPhone 4S owners have encountered a troubling SIM card situation with their smartphones, Engadget reports.
Disturbing news: Facebook has officially acknowledged that it tracks where both members and non-members of its website go on the internet and keeps a running log of up to 90 days.
BitFenix introduces the Spectre Pro Performance Fan series, which promises to deliver both high airflow and high air pressure. Its reinforced fan blades counters turbulence and noise produced by high rotation speeds.
HTC's upcoming quad-core tablet, codenamed Quattro is fully detailed in a leaked official render.
Thursday, 17 Nov 2011
SingTel and Symantec today announced the launch of the SingTel PowerON Security suite of cloud-based cyber-security solutions and services for businesses.
Samsung UK has officially confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S II will be getting the ICS treatment.
Digital Living Network Alliance announces the incorporation of "Wi-Fi Direct" into its DLNA Interoperability Guidelines.
Equipped with 1GB of DDR5 memory, clock speeds of 800MHz core, and 4000MHz for the memory, it delivers the same performance as the other models, except in a low profile format with a single slot cooler, making it one of the fastest low profile graphics cards available in the market.
Two researchers at the Max-Plancl Institute claim to have coaxed hydrogen, an alkali metal, into displaying metallic properties. Meaning the search for room temperature superconductors may soon be over.
Equipped with a 16.0-megapixel Live MOS sensor and Venus Engine, the DMC-GX1 is engineered to easily shoot fast moving objects with the Precision Contrast AF system that has a 0.09 second Light Speed AF.