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Friday, 24 Sep 2010
NVIDIA today announced CUDA support for OpenCV, the popular Computer Vision library used in developing advanced applications for the robotics, automotive, medical, consumer, security, manufacturing, and research fields.
Wednesday, 22 Sep 2010
NVIDIA and Autodesk are jointly demonstrating powerful new capabilities based upon NVIDIA technology, expected to come to Autodesk 3ds Max software Subscription members as part of the 3ds Max 2011 Subscription Advantage Pack this fall.
Thursday, 9 Sep 2010
Opera today released the improved Opera Mini 5.1 for Windows Mobile, bringing better support for high resolution handsets, accelerometer support and the ability to set Opera Mini as the default browser.
Wednesday, 8 Sep 2010
Trend Micro today released new security software that provides state-of-the-art protection for consumersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ data, delivered with optimal performance and ease-of-use.
Monday, 6 Sep 2010
Steve Jobs has come out to defend the new iTunes 10 icon, disagreeing that it sucks.
Thursday, 26 Aug 2010
The new IM-Worm.Win32.Zeroll worm family is multilingual and capable of infecting users via several IM clients simultaneously, including Yahoo! Messenger, Skype, Paltalk Messenger, ICQ, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk and the XFire client for gamers.
AVerMedia Technologies, Inc., announced today the release of AVer MediaCenter 3D beta version, an application to satisfy your visual sensation with live 3DTV on PC.
Wednesday, 25 Aug 2010
Acronis launched the Acronis True Image Home 2011, a consumer backup and recovery software that provides almost continuous data protection and an online backup option, today.
Monday, 23 Aug 2010
NTI Corporation is proud to introduce NTI Shadow 5, the latest version of the award-winning Continuous Data Protection (CDP) software series designed for Mac users. NTI Shadow goes beyond Time Machine with features like bootable clone backups, folder synchronization, and continuous backups,
Friday, 20 Aug 2010
BlackBerry's very own app store, named BlackBerry App World, has been officially launched as BlackBerry App World 2.0, moving out of its beta stages and offering paid applications to BlackBerry users.