Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014
42% smaller than Jawbone's prior headset model, the re-engineered Bluetooth earpiece lets you conveniently tap into your phone while you're multitasking - like checking your itinerary while packing for a trip, or accessing the apps you frequently use on your smartphone while taking a call.
Seagate has refreshed its Backup Plus lineup of portable external hard disk drives with the new Backup Plus FAST and Backup Plus Slim.
Adobe has just unveiled an iPad version of Lightroom that allows you to make powerful photo adjustments on-the-go. Find out more after the jump.
Carl Zeiss has just announced pricing and availability for its new Touit 2.8/50M lens, a macro lens built specifically for E-mount and X-mount cameras.
Some Sony Xperia Z2 users have reported that they see gaps between the front glass panel and the aluminum frame, raising concerns that dust and water can seep into the internals of the device. Sony is aware of the issue and looking into it.
The new HDD builds on an 8th-gen platform that enables the drive to deliver up to a 25% increase in performance over present 6TB drives, making it ideal for 24x7 bulk data storage. Utilizing the latest generation of 12Gbps SAS, the drive provides customers with the scalability for future-proofing their systems.
Intel has announced that Thunderbolt Networking, which allows computers to connect together with a standard Thunderbolt cable to do high-speed transfers, is coming to Windows PCs soon.
NVIDIA has announced that its GPUs are powering the upcoming releases and new GPU-accelerated features of Adobe Creative Cloud video applications, such as Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC, SpeedGrade CC, Adobe Media Encoder (AME), and Adobe Anywhere.
As of today, Microsoft has officially ceased support and technical service assistance for both Windows XP OS and Office 2003. If you haven't already switched to a newer OS, Microsoft is offering a free tool to help you transfer your files and settings.
SamMobile obtained exclusive information on the specs of Samsung's upcoming 10.5-inch AMOLED tablet. It will come in Wi-Fi and LTE models.