News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 22 Apr 2010
There are reports circulating that Intel has a more affordable 6-core variant ready to ship in the next couple of weeks.
Dell goes all out in the mobile market with devices slated for both Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 and Google's Android Froyo platforms.
Wednesday, 21 Apr 2010
Another day, another phone has been spotted. This time, it's the BlackBerry 9670 with a full physical QWERTY keyboard, a larger screen, in a clamshell form factor.
Think a Tweet is just 140 characters? It's much more than that, as this simple graphics will show you.
Tuesday, 20 Apr 2010
Samsung has announced the production of 20nm MLC NAND flash memory for use in Secure Digital (SD) cards and smartphone storage.
If you're wondering how the heck Gizmodo managed to hold on to the prototype iPhone for a week, well, it seems they paid, and paid well.
The new Micro Four Third cameras from Panasonic has just been given a price tag at US$799.95 and US$599.95 for the Panasonic Lumix G2 and G10 respectively.
Monday, 19 Apr 2010
Google incorporates drag-and-drop feature in Gmail with HTML5.
Google wants to cut the wires to printers and introduce wireless printing from mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, or notebooks running the upcoming Google Chrome operating system.
You might have to wait a while more to enjoy Adobe Flash content on your mobile devices, with Adobe CEO mentioning that the said feature will be available in the 2H instead of 1H 2010.