News: Reads from WWW
Saturday, 25 Aug 2012
Samsung is found to have infringed on Apple's patents and is ordered to pay at least US$1.049 billion in damages. If you think the battle is over, you're wrong. Hit the link to find out more.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
A new report from Daring Fireball's John Gruber has alleged that Apple will only announce its small tablet option during the first or second week of October and not together with its iPhone 5 on the 12th of Sept as earlier speculated.
Unity Technologies CEO David Helgason has announced that the Unity 4 game engine will support Windows Phone 8 as well as Windows 8.
With the impending launch of Windows 8 which will be ushering in a whole new design philosophy for the tech giants, Microsoft has also announced a new corporate logo.
Thursday, 23 Aug 2012
More details of Intel's upcoming Haswell architecture has emerged, according to CPU World, which reported on the package options that we can expect to see on this new generation of processors based on this new architecture.
Hewlett-Packard declares a staggering US$8.9 billion loss during the recent quarter, as the technology company accounts for an acquisition which did not quite work out the way its management envisioned.
Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012
AMD is planning for a new round of price cuts of its Radeon HD 7000 graphics cards, including the 7900 and 7800 series. This move by AMD is seen as a response to the launch of NVIDIA's GTX GeForce 660 Ti GPU. Read on to uncover if the new price points of AMD Radeon HD cards are worth their while.
Apple is said to be ramping up production of the iPad Mini to four million units per month to prepare for an October launch.
At least three Nexus devices are reported to be launched later this year from LG, Samsung and Sony. The three devices are the Samsung Galaxy Nexus II, LG Optimus Nexus and Sony Xperia Nexus.
Tuesday, 21 Aug 2012
LG announced that its largest smartphone will be making its global debut next month. The international version of the device will be equipped with a different processor from that of its Korean counterpart.