Friday, 12 Oct 2012
The Loop has confirmed what AllThingsD has reported earlier - Apple will be unveiling the iPad Mini on 23 October.
Once again, Russian site Onliner has more to show for the LG Optimus G-based Nexus phone - two camera samples have since surfaced on its website.
Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note II have apparently started. The retail price has also been leaked.
The shipments of SSDs have risen sharply this year despite weak ultrabook sales. This is according to iSuppli who expects this trend to continue as these flash memory-based drives become increasingly common in non-budget notebooks and desktop PCs by the latter half of this decade.
D-Link has announced the DIR-865L, a router which merges the bandwidth and efficiency of the new 802.11ac wireless standard with the versatility of D-Link's cloud services.
More leaked photos of the alleged LG Google Nexus phone have made their way on the Internet. Tech.online.by provides us with a batch of detailed photos, with some showing the size difference between the device and the iPhone 5.
In a blog post today, Microsoft announced that the company’s latest version of the Office productivity software suite has reached the Release to Manufacturing stage, and is slated for release in the first quarter of 2013.
The Google Nexus 7 (32GB) shows up in a shelf tag and an advertisement although the price tags seen differ slightly.
Amazon's Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Bezos, has confirmed that the online retailer is not making a profit from sales of its latest Kindle tablet and e-reader devices.
Taskumuro interviewed former and present Nokia employees to uncover the inside story behind the development and subsequent abandonment of Nokia's MeeGo mobile operating system. A convoluted history reveals a lack of clear leadership at Nokia, and why turning to Windows Phone 8 was really Nokia's last and only hope at survival.