Online retail giant Amazon has dished out its own tablet PC device called the Kindle Fire that among many things, comes with a new software technology in the form of the Silk web browser. The Silk web browser that comes with the tablet device runs on both Amazon’s cloud computing service and the tablet.
South Korea based Galaxy maker Samsung, and search giant Google are joining forces for the forthcoming Samsung Mobile unpacked 2011 “Google Episode” event, scheduled to be held on October 11, and if we are to believe the word on the streets, the same event could witness some new announcement regarding the massively anticipated Nexus Prime.
Chip maker Picochip has claimed London would need 70,000 cells to deploy next generation Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile wireless technology. The company states that to meet growing demands for mobile services in the capital, network providers would have to move fast to deploy LTE technology in the city.
Apple’s newly launched Thunderbolt Display has been picked apart by iFixit to reveal what is inside the LCD screen. iFixit claims that the device was easy to dissemble and could be done using the most basic tools without delving into the fancy ones.
Windows maker Microsoft Corporation is joining forces with the team members of the OpenNebula project with the vision of extending Windows Server Hyper V support to the platform. The new collaboration between the two parties was announced on Tuesday.