Wednesday, 8 Aug 2012
Wired report, Mar Honan, recently had all of his data on his iPhone, iPad and MacBook erased after having his Apple iCloud account hacked. The incident has also revealed security loopholes in Apple's and Amazon's customer service systems, but both companies have been quick to address the issues.
The Verge has managed to get their hands on a couple of images showing exactly how the Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro retail boxes look like. Yes, even the boxes are not spared the 'Windows 8 Style UI' treatment.
Tuesday, 7 Aug 2012
NVIDIA announces the launch of its 2nd generation workstation platform, NVIDIA Maximus. By introducing aspects of the Kepler architecture to the existing technology in the form of the new Tesla K20 GPU, as well as the new Quadro K5000, the company promises to deliver even better performances.
An application called twheel which provides a fun, game-like interface for Twitter is now available for download from the AppStore.
A visionary robotic cleaning device providing hands-free automated floor cleaning, the new NaviBot-S comes with a daily schedule function which allows users to time cleaning according to a pre-set schedule.
Constructed ergonomically with a Super Grip coated mouse body, the ambidextrous Recon features the latest Avago 3090 optical sensor and ultra smooth Teflon mouse feet, and is capable of storing up to five profiles and 36 macros.
According to SamMobile, insiders have said that the Korean company has already started testing Jelly Bean on their popular flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III and its predecessor, the Galaxy S II.
Intel is rumored to be working on new SSD specifications for ultrabook applications. The new set of specifications is allegedly named Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF) and Intel aims to replace the existing mSATA SSD specifications due to its storage capacity limitations.
Photos of the alleged nano SIM tray and home button for the upcoming iPhone have made its way on the Internet, GSMArena reports.
Samsung's latest ES9000 LED TV spans a colossal 75-inch screen, and it's also built with Samsung's Smart TV interactive goodies in the bag. More importantly, the South Korean company has confirmed that they'll be shipping the 75ES9000 to Singapore.