Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012
A team of scientists at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Genoa, Italy, have created paper that is waterproof, magnetic and antibacterial. This discovery will have many potential uses, such as food packaging, medical applications, and cultural heritage documents.
Equipped with a 21.5-inch display, the Philips 221S3UCB USB monitor eliminates the need for power or video cables with a single USB 2.0 cable for fuss-free connection to laptops.
Canon has confirmed a 'light leak' issue with the new 5D Mark III, where turning on the LCD panel's light in a dark environment will change the camera's exposure value.
The largest capacity 10,000RPM hard drive on the market today, the VelociRaptor 1TB is designed for high-performance PCs, Mac computers and professional workstations which require a balance of high performance and capacity.
If you're hoping that Windows 8 comes as a one-size-fits-all operating system like OS X, you're out of luck. But thankfully, Microsoft has announced that the number of variations has been cut down to a grand total of four.
Blackmagic Design has just announced the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, a digital video camera which shoots at the high resolution of 2.5K, or 2432 x 1366, with 13 stops of dynamic range, in 12-bit RAW footage on a 16.64 x 14.04mm image sensor, all in a revolutionary camera body.
Kingston introduces its new packaging for the system-specific memory modules for Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Sony, and Toshiba notebooks.
According to Bright Side Of News website, AMD has confirmed price cuts for some of its graphics cards from the Radeon HD 7000 series. As a sweetener to these price reductions, the company is also throwing in a trio of games with any purchase of a Radeon HD 7900 Series graphics card.
Official unveiling on May 3rd aside, the Samsung Galaxy S III is said to come in 16 and 32 GB configurations and will be the official device for 2012 Olympics, BGR reports.
ASUS has officially announced that it will be offering a free external GPS extension kit to users of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime. The GPS dongle is issued to improve the overall GPS signal reception of the Transformer Prime, which has fallen short of customers' expectations since its launch.