Thursday, 22 Dec 2011
Ideal for smartphones, media tablets, PCs, digital voice recorders, and voicemail services, SRS TruSpeed is a new audio solution which enables users to control the playback speed and vocal intelligibility of recorded content.
Hasbro, makers of the Transformers toys, is suing ASUS over its Transformer Prime tablet, claiming that the product violates trademarks related to Hasbro's line of toys that depict transforming robots.
Approximately 30% smaller than older TPL-303E series, the TPL-306E allows for easy power management and troubleshooting, while power consumption is reduced by up to 70% in standby mode.
If you cannot wait for the official Android 4.0 update from HTC in early 2012, you can try the Android 4.0 ROM that was leaked on XDA.
Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011
A device which extends the functionality and UI of smartphones, the LightPad equips users with almost all the functions found in a typical notebook.
Rumors of Microsoft and Nokia considering a joint bid for Research in Motion might not be too far-fetched, with the Canadian company conducting layoffs in light of its nett income taking a hit over the last few months.
ASRock has just announced the availability of its Fatal1ty X79 Professional motherboard for Sandy Bridge-E processors. This motherboard is targeted at gamers and rig builders who are enamored with the Fatal1ty series.
Mozilla and Google have decided that the latter will remain the default search engine for the popular browser for another three years. At the same time, Firefox 9 is available as a beta download.
Panasonic, Samsung, SanDisk, Sony and Toshiba have announced that they are collaborating to device a new content protection technology for flash memory cards such as SD cards and various storage devices.
Google hit the brakes on the Android 4.0 update for Samsung Nexus S devices in some regions while they "monitor feedback" from users.