Samsung is planning an August 15 event for its Galaxy phones, which just might end up being the debut of a new Galaxy Note smartphone.
The Chrome browser won’t be limited to Android devices and the desktop anymore. Google announced today at its annual I/O conference that Chrome is headed to iOS, and will be available on the iPhone later today, in fact.
The new 3DS XL will launch in the US on August 19 for $ 200.
So far, consumer 3-D printing has mostly been about hardened plastic, with some forays into materials like ceramic and silver. If you wanted to print something bendy, you were out of luck. Until now.
In a blog post published on Monday, the Windows team announced three editions of its upcoming Windows 8 platform: Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT.
Along with filing a lawsuit against Apple and five of the “Big Six” publishers for collusion over e-book prices, the U.S. Justice Department also filed terms of a proposed settlement in the suit with Hachette, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster. Apple, Penguin and Macmillan have not accepted these settlement terms. The DOJ will continue to litigate its antitrust suit against them.
This July, DC Comics will be launching a new stand-alone series, entitled National Comics. National Comics will tell done-in-one stories, exploring some of The New 52′s characters that, while interesting, don’t currently have an outlet for their stories. The first four in the spotlight will be Eternity, Madame X, Rose and Thorn, and Looker. Each of these will have an issue to tell their tale and introduce the reader to their little corner of the universe, with the hopes of building from there.