Monday, 19 Jul 2010
Last week's iOS 4.0.1 upgrade, which supposedly only fixed the signal indicator bars, seems to be having unintended side-effects, wrecking havoc with the iPhone's photo albums.
InfoWorld's Galen Gruman, who snagged some demo time with Windows Phone 7, is calling the yet-unreleased platform "a failure."
ASUS is working on what can only be called the fastest single graphics card in the world - two GeForce GTX 480s on a single PCB.
Saturday, 17 Jul 2010
What went down at the Apple iPhone 4 press conference earlier on? Here's everything in a nutshell.
Friday, 16 Jul 2010
The official HardwareZone (HWZ) Forums iPhone application, in collaboration with homegrown app developer Omnitoons, has debuted on the App store, allowing one to easily access Singapore's most popular forum and stay connected with the latest happenings.
What will Apple announce during the press conference on 17th July? Sources are pointing to the resolution of the iPhone 4 signal issue, with the recall of the iPhone 4 being highly unlikely.
The Android Market has reached some notable milestones recently. It now offers more than 100,000 applications, and has also surpassed more than one billion app downloads.
Thursday, 15 Jul 2010
RAIDON Technology launches J Series (J4 & J1)-USB3.0 models this July 2010, the smallest HDD/SSD storage enclosures with Super Speed USB3.0 interface.
In a surprise move, Apple will be hosting a press conference on Friday, 16th July. While the press conference is related to the iPhone 4, the exact agenda hasn't been revealed as of now.
Sonnet Technologies today introduced its first USB 3.0 host controller cards-Allegro USB 3.0 PCIe, and USB 3.0 ExpressCard/34-for Windows desktop and notebook computers, respectively.