Microsoft is now venturing into the world of lingerie, yes you heard it right. Gear up ladies for some technical involvement. Right away, the tech goliath is taking its first provisional steps into the universe of undergarments.
In a recent announcement, HTC has revealed that it is launching a new variant of its flagship HTC One handset in the UK. The new variant - which will be a new model of the HTC One which already has several variants - will support dual-SIM cards and offer expandable storage.
According to reports, bigwig device manufacturer Samsung has apparently earmarked a whopping amount of $14 billion (£8.57 billion) on its massive advertising campaign across the world this year.
According to a Bloomberg News report, Microsoft has apparently narrowed its new CEO search even further; with Ford CEO Alan Mulally having edged ahead of former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop as a potential replacement for the outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. Ballmer had announced in August that he will be leaving Microsoft within one year.
According to research firm IHS iSuppli's preliminary teardown of Microsoft's newly-launched next-generation Xbox One game console, the amount which Microsoft is spending on the manufacturing and distribution of the console is slightly more than what the company is getting in return from the sales.
With a fresh document leak from whistleblower Edward Snowden revealing that the US National Security Agency (NSA) - and also the British snooping hub Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) - tapped into the cables and intercepted sensitive network traffic, software giant Microsoft is making a huge effort to encrypt the interlinks at its data centers.
Substantiating the rumors which have been making rounds for several weeks, tech giant Apple has recently confirmed that it has acquired Israel-based PrimeSense start-up which chiefly focuses on 3D sensor technology. The company was involved in the early development of the Kinect motion-sensing accessory for Microsoft's Xbox gaming console.
A new 3D printing app – dubbed the 3D Builder – has recently been launched by Microsoft for Windows 8.1 users. The app will allow the users to conceive, design as well as print their 3D creations using a Windows 8.1-compatibe 3D printer, like the $2,199-priced MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer.
Broadband measurement firm Sandvine has revealed in its latest report that, in the last six months, the share of BitTorrent protocol in total Internet traffic in the US has witnessed a decline; marking the first ever plunge in BitTorrent traffic.
The high-profile Apple-Samsung patent infringement battle heads back to a court in California, with the new jury trial to debate the amount which Apple should get in damages from Samsung for violation of its patents.
Google’s Motorola Mobility files patent titled ‘Coupling an Electronic Skin Tattoo to a Mobile Communication Device’
Google is apparently set to make further advances in the wearable computing technology concept; with the company reportedly working on an electronic neck tattoo which will be able to serve as a microphone for a smartphone, tablet or other device.
In a move which implies that integrated music will make its way to the Google Glass wearable computing device, Google has revealed in a Tuesday announcement that Glass will soon boast the inclusion of a voice command which will enable the users of the smartglasses to listen to music.
On Tuesday, popular microblogging service Twitter unveiled a new `Custom Timelines' feature for its TweetDeck software; giving the users the ability to control tweets as well as organize them in specific or groups within the social-media dashboard.
Apple's latest second-generation smaller tablet - the iPad Mini Retina - was opened for orders at the Apple Store at midnight on Monday. The tablet is expected to be in short supply at the time of its release.
At its Developer Summit 2013 conference, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has revealed that its `Kaveri' code-named chips will bring console-style graphics to PCs in early 2014. The announcement implies that the release of the chips - which were scheduled to reach mainstream laptops and desktops this year - has been delayed for a few months.
In a move which will facilitate Chrome users in tracking down browser tabs which are playing audio, Google's latest Chrome Beta browser build - the Google Chrome 32 version - comes with browser tabs which now feature a new speaker icon. The latest Chrome Beta was launched by Google on Windows as well as Mac on Monday.
Distribution network Humble Bundle Inc. has recently announced the launch of its storefront - called the Humble Store - for its charity-focused digital bundles.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has revealed in a recent report that Google's Motorola subsidiary is apparently set to introduce a low-cost handset in its Moto lineup on Wednesday, November 13.
As per the report, the cheaper Moto series smartphone - dubbed `Moto G' - will be officially unveiled at an event in Brazil on Wednesday.
In a recently released report, Bloomberg has revealed that Apple is developing new big-screen iPhone models which will feature curved glass displays. The report comes within weeks of Samsung's last-month unveiling of the Galaxy Round device with 5.7-inch curved display.
- Finnish startup Jolla Oy launches its self-titled Jolla headset in Europe
- HTC to launch dual-SIM variant of flagship HTC One handset in UK
- Nokia quietly unveils Lumia 525 Windows Phone 8 smartphone
- Acer unveils its first touchscreen Chromebook – the $300-priced C720P
- Microsoft’s launch-day sales of Xbox One surpass 1 million units