Samsung together with the Korean company’s TV division chief confirmed that they are working on Google TV products. The chief affirmed that the sets would be unveiled some time in 2012. Yoon Boo-keun, TV department president, revealed its continuing negotiations this week, as well as insisting that Samsung Google TV products would differ from those of its competitors in an unspecified way.
The company designed a set-top box and a Blu-ray player for the first batch of Google TV products, getting a similar procedure for early Google TV partners Logitech and Sony, but after brief demonstrations . . . → Read More: Samsung Google TVs on 2012
With the new developments added to the popular Kindle, they believe that what had been usually pointed out that there isn’t really a tablet market but just an Apple iPad market having competitors fighting over the remnants is more likely about to change.
The new $199 device named Kindle Fire introducing a multifunction color tablet to the popular Kindle amounts to less than half as much as an iPad 2.
Amazon did not just add color to the Kindle, Kindle Fire adds a strong capability to store and stream music, TV shows and movies. . . . → Read More: Amazon Launches its New Kindle Fire
Apple publicized that they are going to have a recall program concerning its authentic iPod Nano in the us. It stated that the unit has an uncommon overheating issue that might be harmful. It offers replacements for the first generation iPod Nano units. Apple recommends customers to cease the use their units and adhere to the solutions provided by the company to exchange them with yet another model free of charge.
Apple stated that this is a battery problem but it doesn’t affect other iPod generations. There are numerous ways to get your affected iPod Nano . . . → Read More: Apple Announces Recall of Ipod Nano
When Chevrolet launched the 580 horsepower 2012 Camaro ZL1 with its high-tech magnetically-adjustable suspension, evidently proclaiming the name of king of the pony cars, the people coming from Ford have been strangely unfazed.
“Don’t worry,” according to them, “wait until you see what we have in the works.”
And they weren’t kidding at all…
The 2013 Shelby GT500 should come loading a 650 horsepower revved-up engine that Ford claims is considered the most powerful generation V8 on the globe. The 5.8-liter mill delivers its 600 lb-ft of torque towards rear wheels through . . . → Read More: Ford Unleashed the 2013 Shelby GT500
The University of Illinois states Seattle-based Cray Inc. is going to take over development of the delayed $300 million Blue Waters supercomputer job, 3 months just after IBM brought out citing expense and technical issues.
Cray wants to get the computer online the coming year, maintaining the project, which happens to be being mainly paid for by the National Science Foundation, on target to complete in time.
“We clearly had to do it real quickly,” according toThom Dunning, the director of National Center for Supercomputing Applications. “NSF’s goal was to keep the project on . . . → Read More: New Replacement for New U.S. Supercomputer Project
Adobe – argues Michael Mace, Cera Technology CEO, was chiefly to blame for mobile Flash’s failure, having built itself into a corner from which they couldn’t escape once the mobile market began to take off.
“If you look for root causes of the Flash failure, I think they go back many years to a fundamental misreading of the mobile market, and to short-term revenue goals that were more important than long-term strategy at both Macromedia and Adobe,” Mace wrote.
In other words, Macromedia initially built the Flash market by giving away the player completely free. As that began . . . → Read More: Adobe Flash Failures; Who’s to Blame?