Tuesday, 6 Sep 2011
In addition to superficial changes implemented in Apple's new system, such as the Launchpad and full screen apps, Apple also upgraded their transfer protocol to improve performance with AFP 3.3.
Facebook may be testing a new translation feature that could let users from across the globe overcome the language barrier.
The importance of camouflage in warfare can never be stressed enough. Modern technology brings you its latest feat of subterfuge by now allowing tanks to become invisible at night.
The Straits Times introduces a new all-in-one pricing package for its print, online, iPad and iPhone offerings.
How do you penetrate a closed market of 1.3 billion people? The answer may be devastatingly simple, yet incredibly complex at the same time, and Dell is about to show us how it's done.
The Android 3.2 update for HTC Flyer is leaked online with screenshots giving a preview of the new Sense user interface with Honeycomb.
LG unveils new Dual Play-enabled 3D televisions at IFA, which enables players to use the same TV display but see different images, thanks to different 3D-style glasses.
While many smartphones promise a holistic experience with its capabilities, Korean telecommunications provider KT has upped the ante with something more: an Android smartphone that docks into a tablet, laptop and a gaming peripheral.
Monday, 5 Sep 2011
Google's little green droid is going places, and its next destination is space, where it'll be aiding NASA's robotic satellites to perform data collection and video footage capture.
Samsung Electronics' CEO Choi Gee Sung announced at IFA that Samsung will never buy webOS and remains committed to its in-house Bada OS.