Tuesday, 16 Oct 2012
XperiaBlog stumbled upon two photos of a Sony-made Nexus smartphone on Picasa.
In order to catch up to competitors such as Apple and Amazon, Microsoft has announced the launch of their own digital music service which goes by the name of Xbox Music. Currently available for the Xbox 360, the service will be expanded to smartphones, tablets and PCs with the launch of Windows 8.
Utilizing the AMD HD 7970 28nm GPU crop, the ROG Matrix HD 7970 GHz Edition comes factory-tuned to 1100MHz (175MHz higher than the reference card), and offers extensive overvolting facilities via VGA Hotwire and TweakIt, which enables a one-press 100% fan speed activation.
Monday, 15 Oct 2012
Symantec has announced two new programs - the App Center Ready Program for application developers and the Mobility Solution Specialization Program for channel partners, as well as a single mobile suite spanning device management, application management and mobile security.
Incorporating a FanDelayCool Technology which allows the fan to operate for an additional 15-30 seconds after shutdown, it dons a "turbo-charge" button which will provide an extra 100W of power when activated.
While it hasn't been made official yet, the alleged iPad Mini has been getting quite a fair bit of coverage. This time, the price list of the different iPad Mini variants seems to have made its way up on the Internet.
Cloud-based gaming service provider Gaikai has been sued by T5 Labs, another similar outfit that is based in the UK, for alleged patent infringement. T5 Labs has been in operations since 2007 but its supposedly infringed patent was only granted in June this year.
The Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha, an updated version offered by NTT DoCoMo, will come with the multi-window feature, one that was first shown on its bigger cousins, the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note 10.1.
j5create has released its Android Mirror JUC600, which serves as a bridge between an Android mobile device and a PC running the Windows OS.
Microsoft plans to name Google as a defendant in an ongoing legal feud against phone-maker, Motorola Mobility. This move marks the first time the two software giants have entered into direct legal conflict over Google's Android mobile operating system.