News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 24 Apr 2014
A study by Strategy Analytics reveals that while the GALAXY devices are among the best-selling in the world, Samsung apps are the least used by their users. More after the jump.
BioWare is bringing the next chapter in the Dragon Age saga to PC and consoles on October 2014, and the PC version is open for pre-order at the Origin store.
Xiaomi is reportedly working on its first tablet device with both Intel and NVIDIA listed as possible chipset providers. The tablet is rumored to feature a 7.85-inch screen with an ultra-sharp 2,048 x 1,536 pixel resolution.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed on a second quarter earnings call that the company has acquired 24 companies in the past 18 months and they are not stopping there.
Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014
What would you say to a 5.5-inch Snapdragon 801 smartphone that starts at US$300? Too good to be true? Find out exactly what the OnePlus One is all about here.
Lytro's new light-field camera looks more like a regular camera, and features a larger 1-inch image sensor and a new f/2.0 30-250mm lens. It will cost US$1,599 and ship in August this year. Hit the link to find out more.
In the ongoing trial of Apple against Samsung, it has been revealed that Google has agreed to provide partial or full indemnity should Samsung lose in the patent battle.
Apple has quietly released the iOS 7.1.1 software update, which brings Touch ID improvements, bug fixes, and more.
Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014
Missed the previous Never Settle Forever bundle? No problem, as AMD has prepared a new lineup of games for its game bundle program. Find out more inside.
Several leaked slides have revealed Intel's next-generation Thunderbolt interfaced, codenamed 'Alpine Ridge', which could offer as much as 40Gbps of throughput.