News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 26 Feb 2013
The NEC Medias W dual-screen Android smartphone prototype has been spotted in the wild again, this time at MWC 2013.
Samsung has just officially announced that the Galaxy S IV will be officially unveiled in New York City on the 14th of March.
Monday, 25 Feb 2013
The upcoming LG Optimus G II, expected to be unveiled in Q3 of this year, will reportedly be the first LG device to run on the company's own homebrewed chipset, according to Korea Times.
Upcoming Firefox builds will be blocking third party cookies by default. Firefox currently has a "do not track" extension, but many third party advertisers simply ignore the "do not track" requests of the extension and leave a cookie behind anyway.
Friday, 22 Feb 2013
Snapchat, an app that lets you to send video messages that disappear one to 10 seconds after being watched, is now available in the Google Play Store.
Thursday, 21 Feb 2013
Samsung has been now rumored to choose to rely on a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor as opposed to its own Exynos 5 Octa processor for its upcoming Galaxy S IV phone apparently due to "power consumption issues and temperature problems" in the latter.
Google has announced the new preview feature in Google Drive. Users can now quickly and easily browse through more than 30 file types in Google Drive without having to open them.
Wednesday, 20 Feb 2013
According to a statement by Apple, the company was attacked by hackers but said that no data was retrieved. Also, the company will issue a malware removal tool soon.
Tuesday, 19 Feb 2013
A team of computer scientists at the University of London claims to have created a self-healing and crash-proof computer. Their computer is based on systemic computing where each set of computer instructions are executed independently, making the whole system less prone to our familiar BSOD.
Monday, 18 Feb 2013
According to PhoneArena, LG is preparing for a 5.5-inch device that looks set to beat its competition out of the water while bearing extremely close physical resemblance to the popular Galaxy Note II. More importantly, it will be the first phone to use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 600 chipset.