Thursday, 5 Aug 2010
MSI combines both style and power with their latest FX400 notebook. Powered by Core i5 processors, the 14-inch laptop also comes with GeForce GT 325M discrete graphics and GPU Boost technology which automatically switches GPU modes for optimized performance.
Patriot Memory announces the availability of the Xporter Rage USB Flash Drive in 8GB to 64GB capacities. The Xporter Rage USB flash drives are built around a quad-channel performance solution, with read speeds of up to 27MB/s and write speeds of up to 25MB/s.
Motorola unveils the QUENCH XT3 smartphone to be retailed exclusively at M1. Powered by Android, the entry-level handset is merely 12.6mm thin and comes with connectivity features such as 3.5G, Wi-F, aGPS and stereo Bluetooth.
Realizing the importance of heat dissipation on a memory module, KINGMAX releases the HERCULES DDR3 2200 with nano thermal dissipation technology applied to the DRAM module. Without a heatsink, this DRAM module is also lighter and slimmer, which frees up space within a computer case to improve air circulation and help stabilize system operations.
Intel Corp has agreed to stop using threats and unfair discounts to block its rivals, resolving a costly, high-profile legal battle over accusations it illegally smothered competition for over a decade.
Google kills Google Wave after a year due to low user adoption rate.
Word on the street is that Apple has a slew of new products waiting.
Wednesday, 4 Aug 2010
Verbatim is launching a new generation of smaller and lighter portable hard disk drives ideal for carrying with you in any pocket or handbag.
Kingston today announced the release of HyperX 'H2O' water-cooled DDR3 dual- and triple-channel memory kits.
Research In Motion introduces the new BlackBerry Torch and version 6.0 of the company's operating system.