News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 27 Oct 2014
Facebook opened a new app called Rooms that allows you to create "rooms", which are not unlike message boards, where you can post and share content with users who share the same interests as you.
If you've seen Back to the Future, there's one thing in that show that everybody wants. Take a guess: It can hover, but it's not the DeLorean.
Sunday, 26 Oct 2014
Samsung has begun mass-producing 20nm 8Gb DDR4 RAM chips. This will lead to 32GB RAM modules for enterprise level computing requirements.
Tired of remembering and resetting your complex passwords? "Passage" is an app that might just do the work for you. It's not yet in its final form, but it could shape up to be an interesting contender for managing those pesky passwords.
Google Android 5.0 Lollipop was just announced recently. Aside from the Nexus devices, you may be wondering what other smartphones might get the update. Hit the link to find out if your phone is scheduled to get the newest Android upgrade.
Friday, 17 Oct 2014
Battery life is the one of the biggest problems that limits the popularity of wearable devices today. Nobody wants to recharge their smart watch or smart bracelet on the daily basis. With this, Samsung may have the solution: "bendable" batteries.
Thursday, 16 Oct 2014
Google's latest version of Android will bear the name "Lollipop". Apparently, it's not lemon meringue pie or any other sweet confections that begins with the letter "L".
Tuesday, 14 Oct 2014
The buzz on the new Motorola Droid Turbo continues to build up as the official Twitter account of Verizon Wireless for Droid devices, @DroidLanding, reportedly posted a fleeting image of the new Droid device.
Monday, 13 Oct 2014
Microsoft appears to have entirely put a claim on its Surface tablet line as it confirmed in a recent blog post that it is completely supporting its Surface program.
With the new Elliptic Labs’ smartphone that uses the Multi Layer Interaction control method, you wouldn’t need to use your fingers to control your smartphone. You just have to wave at it like you’re saying hello for easy navigation.