Thursday, 13 Jan 2011
The ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution allows for extreme graphics performance with multiple GPU arrangements, provides 92% power efficiency, and 15% more cost-effective operation as compared to other P67 motherboards.
Expanding its color range from black and white, Sony releases the gold addition to the NEX-5 series of digital cameras.
Sanyo announces it has shipped 150 million eneloop batteries as of the end of December 2010 to over 60 countries worldwide.
Synology launches the RS411, a NAS server offering full-featured business solutions like data availability, secure file sharing, and data preservation.
Apple has just released its iOS 4.3 beta to developers via the iOS Dev Center. The updates are impressive, ranging from a mobile hotspot support, to more gesture controls on the iPad.
Wednesday, 12 Jan 2011
Panasonic announces the DMC-GF2, the new interchangeable lens system camera from the LUMIX G Micro System series based on the Micro Four Thirds standard.
Zotac today introduces three DIY friendly mini-ITX platforms - the new Zotac ION-ITX R, S and T-series.
TC-Helicon announces a iPhone, iPod and iPad app - the VoiceJam app - for creating music while on the move.
It was surprising to read that AMD's CEO, Dirk Meyer was stepping down after the company has seemed to have navigated itself out of a bad patch, but reports are now circulating that the lack of penetration in mobile devices was a reason for his departure.
Android users should be familiar with how each Android version is named after a dessert in alphabetical order. After the tablet-centric Honeycomb, it seems like the likely name for the next version is slated to be Ice Cream Sandwich.