Kyoto-based Nintendo has newly announced release dates for its much-anticipated 3DS hand-held game console.
The company announced that 3DS, which doesn't require special glass, will hit European stores on March 25, two days ahead of American stores on March 27.
In Europe, the game console will be priced by retailers. Retailers GAME and HMV have priced the much-anticipated game console at £229.99, while Play. com has announced a price tag of £219.99 for the device. However, these prices are preliminary and could be changed later.
Cyberattacks on social-network sites such as Facebook doubled in 2010 from the year earlier, fresh figures released by IT security firm Sophos reveals.
According to Sophos, 67 per cent of users of social-networking sites such as Facebook were spammed, while 40 per cent of social-networking users were sent malware during 2010. The figure for malware attacks represents an increase of 90 per cent from a year earlier.
Volvo has newly demonstrated a new technology that will allow driverless cars to automatically sync up with a lead driver.
The tests of vehicle `platooning' were conducted on Volvo's test tracks in Sweden. The tests were a part of European Union's research project called Safe Road Trains for the Environment (SARTRE).
In the test, a car was driven behind a lorry. The driver of the car handed control of the car to the driver of the truck and took his hands off the wheel.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has unveiled a new logo for the HTML5 to encourage people to adopt the new technology.
The logo is simple, showing a shield in front of rays of light. It was designed by boutique agency Ocupop. With a view to promote HTML5 technology, W3C has released the logo as badges, stickers and T-shirts.
The new logo is a general-purpose visual identity which stands for HTML5, CSS, WOFF, SVG and other technologies used in the creation of web applications.
Technology giant Hewlett-Packard hinted in a brief notice that recent leaks about its Topaz and Opal tablets were partial and that much more could appear at its February 9 event.
As per Engadget's claims, HP/Palm is working on a couple of tablets: a nine-inch Topaz and a seven-inch Opal. The tablets are claimed to be introduced on February 9, with a possible release date in September this year.
BBC-backed video-on-demand platform YouView will probably hit services like that of BskyB after its launch, a fresh report from Evolution Securities claims.
According to Media analyst Steve Malcolm, digital switchover will bring the subscription-free broadband video-on-demand platform YouView to around 22 per cent of households in the UK, which could hit Sky subscriptions very hard.
Currently, pay-TV market in the UK is dominated by BSkyB, with more than 10 million subscribers.
Android Central has exposed an AT&T product screen showing Motorola's recently introduced Atrix 4G with March 1 release date.
Unveiled on January 5 at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Atrix 4G smartphone has no exact official release date. But, if Android Central's claims are true, it will be the first dual-core smartphone to hit the US store shelves.
The Atrix 4G has several striking features that allow it to stand apart from the crowd of others in the market.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has announced that company's upcoming hand-held 3DS game console would some day be able to record 3D video.
Iwata added that the 3DS game console would use SD cards to enable 3D recording. The 3DS would be shipped with a 2GB SD card; however, the hand-held would support SD cards of up to 32GB.
Nintendo has already confirmed that the 3DS would come equipped with a 3D camera capable of capturing full 3D pictures.
Technology giant International Business Machines' (IBM) supercomputer "Watson" on Thursday defeated the top two all-time champions of the popular quiz show Jeopardy in a practice round, triggering debate if artificial intelligence is greater than the human intelligence.
Watson's victory brought a great sigh of relief for IBM researchers, who have been making hard efforts to create computers that can efficiently imitate human intelligence.
Apple has reportedly been awarded a patent for solar-powered devices, which indicates that the Cupertino-based technology giant could start offering a new range of eco-friendly iPhones and iPads, with longer battery life.
The patent number 7,868,582 was granted by the US Patent & Trademark Office, which originally received an application for the patent in February 2009.
The patent for solar-powered devices indicates that Apple is interested in developing its own solar technology. Apple already has three patents related to solar-powered devices.
Celebrated filmmaker Park Chan-wook used Apple's iPhone 4 to shoot an entire horror film, called Paranmanjang.
Park Chan-wook, who bagged the Jury prize at Cannes in 2009 for Thirst, claimed that he used the iPhone 4 for everything, from looking for a film location to doing a documentary on the filming process.
The half-an-hour film Paranmanjang, which means a "life full of ups and downs", is about a man who goes for fishing at night and catches a woman. Use of the iPhone 4 to shoot the entire film gave it a unique quality.
Capcom, which recently rolled out MaXplosion game for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch, responded to accusations that the game is just a clone of the Xbox Live Arcade game Splosion Man.
Studio Twisted Pixel has been criticizing Capcom, saying it created MaXplosion by borrowing heavily from its Splosion Man. It described Capcom's MaXplosion as a shameless clone of its Splosion Man.
A member of the Twisted Pixel said the game was just an imitation of the downloadable Xbox 360 game.
But, Capcom defended its creation claiming MaXplosion game was created independently by Capcom Mobile.
Rumors are swirling that Google is preparing to release the next-generation of Android operating system, dubbed Ice Cream, some time in summer this year, Pocket-lint sources claim.
As per Pocket-lint sources' claims, the latest version of Android will be announced at Google's I/O developer conference in May 2011 in San Francisco, with a possible release in July.
The most recent official Android operating system release is Gingerbread, version 2.3. But, one of Sony Ericsson's Xperia Arc smartphones was reportedly spotted running Android's new version, Android 2.4.
UK online sales this Christmas hit a record £2.8 billion as more than two-thirds of Brits shopped online on Christmas and Boxing Day, figures compiled by online customer experience firm Tealeaf revealed.
Tealeaf said that 44 per cent of adult shoppers increased their online spending as compared with 2009, and nearly 58 per cent of shoppers preferred online shopping as it was more convenient medium.
Fifty-two per cent said 'stress reduction' was the reason for their going online to shop, and the same percentage of shoppers said that they were encouraged by lower prices online.
Intel will pay $1.5 billon rival chipmaker Nvidia to settle all outstanding legal disputes between them.
Under the terms of the deal, Intel will pay $1.5 billon in five annual installments starting 18th of January.
Intel signed a new 6-year deal with Nvidia for the cross-licensing of their technologies. Nvidia’s complete range of patents will be accessible to Intel, while Nvidia will preserve right to use Intel patents, excluding proprietary processors, certain chipsets and flash memory.
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