Microsoft on Monday issued invitations to the media for a press conference that will be held in New York City on September 23rd. We know from the invites that the company’s Surface
lineup will be the focus of the event, and while no specific details were shared alongside the invitation, it seems pretty likely that we can expect refreshed hardware to be shown off for the first time.
Continue reading Microsoft hosting an event on September 23, sends invites
We have reiterated multiple times that the HTC One is simply the best Android smartphone on the planet. But imagine if it just got a little better? Now, HTC is teasing the dual-SIM version of the One on its India website with a ‘coming soon
’ badge. This was first spotted byGizBot
Continue reading HTC soon launching dual-sim One in India
We have already heard about a Nokia Windows RT tablet
that reportedly got canned earlier this year. But that doesn’t seem to be the only tablet the Finnish company was working on andNokiaPowerUser has spotted
a new Nokia Windows tablet (RX-114) listed on GFXBench.
Continue reading Nokia tablet spotted on GFxBench, has a snapdragon 800 processor
Last month, Microsoft released
Office for iPhone users and since then Android users have been waiting for the suite to come to their platform. Today, Microsoft has launched Office for Android users and like on the iPhone, this version too will require Office 365 subscription to use.
Continue reading Microsoft Office 365 now available for android smartphones
After Asus plans to ‘move you’ with its upcoming device set to get unveiled at the Computex 2013, the company is here with another hint of the new device to be launched at the Computex 2013. In another teaser image Asus has mentioned the device to feature its patented SonicMaster technology to come in a variety of shapes and sizes. In any case, Asus has made it clear that this device will definitely offer superior audio quality.
Asus’s SonicMaster technology enhances the audio quality of its devices and is known for offering clearer, smoother and detailed sound in music, movies, voice, and even gaming, and Asus had earlier integrated this in its notebooks as well.
From what we have gathered from the hint is that Asus will be launching a ‘variety’ of devices in different ‘shapes and sizes’, all of which would possibly come with this technology. Going by the picture, the company might also launch a cubical sort of a multi-functional, audio-system kind of a product with this audio feature.
We can not assure anything about the device for now, but it is certain that the new product will offer rich-audio quality along with a number of other features.