Photoshop Touch for iOS and Android gets updated with interesting improvements

Photoshop Touch, is the popular Adobe design editor mobile application designed specifically for tablets, which just received a major update in the latest 1.3 version and brought interesting improvements for both iOS and Android. For those unfamiliar with this application, I commented that users will have the ability to create layered images, edit their images […]

The most prominent tech releases so far of 2012

IFA 2012 show and developments in smartphones from Nokia and Motorola to battle the iPhone 5 which is released this week. The International Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin, the largest in Europe, has just closed its doors with several new novelties. The stakes of companies this year passed through tablets (or PC) convertible netbooks and […]

Sony to abandon the CD, DVD and Blu-ray business

The Japanese company Sony will definitely leave the business of CD, DVD and Blu-ray. Therefore it expects to close the Optiarc factory, focused on the development of readers and players of these three types of optical discs, according to Europa Press agency. The process would be completed in March 2013. The company will focus on […]

Samsung unveiles the Galaxy Note II

The South Korean company unveiled the revamped version of its hybrid between tablet and smartphone, with a design similar to Galaxy S III The Samsung Galaxy Note II comes a year after the first model, with completely redesigned: bigger screen (5.5”) and an improved S Pen. The layout resembles the Galaxy SIII. In fact, it […]

More than one third of Android apps have Malware

British Telecommunications, or BT, has been doing some interesting research with Android apps. The security branch of the Telecoms giant has reported that over 1 third of Android apps contain some form of malware.BT bases their statement on tests that the firm itself has conducted, where they examined more than 1,000 Android apps. According to BT the […]

Nvidia back “Miracast” open wireless display standard

Miracast is an open standard for the wireless broadcasting of video signals, much like Apple’s AirPlay and Intel’s WiDi except not having the pitfalls of being a closed proprietary standard. Nvidia is the latest company to back the Miracast open standard which is set to go very far in the market as mobile devices grow […]

AnyFi Networks announce innovative Wi-Fi solution

Anyfi Networks today announced the general availability of their flagship Wi-Fi mobility solution for Internet service providers, Simple. “We call it Simple because it’s so simple to use: there is absolutely nothing the subscriber needs to do to connect on the go, not even the first time. It’s like having your home Wi-Fi network […]

Apu brazos: The APU E2-1800 and E2-1200 show what it can do, Bencharks

Apu brazos making news, earlier this month of June we announced the launch of the APU AMD Brazos 2.0, the new generation of APU E-Series from AMD. The APU Brazos 2.0 provide us with greater operating frequencies of both CPU and GPU and native support for SATA ports -3 , USB 3.0 and SD cards. Today we […]

On Monday IOS 6 will be presented

The long-awaited new operating system for Apple’s mobile devices, IOS 6, finally make its first public appearance on Monday, when WWDC 2012 begins from the company. Not much is known about the new operating system, although there is much that is speculation, and at least two of the speculations have now occurred that being the […]

Belkin Announces Entry Into 802.11ac Wireless Networking Market

Belkin today announced plans to become one of the first to market with a line of wireless dual-band routers supporting the new 802.11ac wireless networking standard. New Belkin products will feature Broadcom’s fifth generation (5G WiFi) 802.11ac chips, which enable speeds up to three times faster than existing 802.11n technology. “802.11ac technology provides the wireless […]