News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 12 Apr 2010
AMD's upcoming 6-core processors will have its own 'Turbo Mode' that will automatically increase the clock speeds when 3 or more cores are idle.
A square-shaped phone. Now that's something we haven't seen in a long while, and it would seem as though Motorola might be bringing such a phone in, with Android 2.1 and Motoblur.
An eagle-eyed Reddit reader has noticed four new Apple notebook SKUs appear Microcentre purchasing system, indicating that new MacBook Pros are on the way.
Friday, 9 Apr 2010
It wasn't too long ago that Adobe announced a Packager for iPhone feature in Adobe Flash CS5 that would allow Flash projects to be ported as native apps for the iPhone. Well, with the release of the new iPhone Developer Program License Agreement for iPhone OS 4.0, Apple has effectively shut that down.
Although the GeForce GTX 480 officially supports only 3-way SLI, motherboard maker EVGA has confirmed that 4-way SLI will indeed work.
Thursday, 8 Apr 2010
Apple's iPad faces some teething problems, apparently with Wi-Fi issues.
As usual, iSuppli has broken down the cost of the components inside the iPad and estimated that it costs around US$260.
Fudzilla claims that partners are considering lower prices of ATI's Radeon 5800 series to keep them competitive with NVIDIA's just released Fermi cards.
MapQuest 4 adds voice navigation to the iPhone, and if you're wondering about the cost, it's a free app.
Wednesday, 7 Apr 2010
Nokia is rumored to be developing a new tablet to be released by the end of the year.