Wednesday, 23 Jun 2010
Samsung officially launches five flagship home theater products today to reinforce the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s drive in providing consumers with a complete 3D ecosystem. The new AV systems include the 3D-capable HT-C6950W Home Theatre System and 3D-ready BD-C7500 Blu-ray player.
TYAN announces a series of server platforms which support the AMD Opteron 4100 Series processor. The new 4100 processors feature improved power efficiency and management, as well as support for DDR3 memory, PCIe Gen 2 I/O and HyperTransport 1.0 technology.
AMD releases the Opteron 4000 Series Server Platform designed to meet the requirements of cloud, hyperscale data center and enterprise customers requiring an efficient 1 and 2P systems.
Updating your iPhone to iOS4? You might want to read this first.
In partnership with Razer, ZOTAC introduces the GeForce GTX 480 AMP! Edition bundled with Razer's DeathAdder gaming mouse. The GTX 480 AMP! Edition features an enhanced cooling system designed to deliver superior cooling benefits while delivering class-leading overclocks with reduced noise levels.
Western Digital adds the My Book AV DVR Expander to its portfolio of storage products. Compatible with TiVo Series3 and TiVo HD DVRs, the new device is similarly capable of storing up to 120 hours of high-definition television programming. The 1TB drive also features USB and eSATA connections.
Adobe has released Flash Player 10.1 to its mobile partners and the technology should be in the hands of Android phone users with the upcoming Android 2.2 Ã¢â‚¬ËœFroyoÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ update to the operating system.
It is widely believed that NVIDIA will introduce the new GF104 chip on their upcoming graphics card. The chip promises lower power consumption and operating temperatures.
Tuesday, 22 Jun 2010
Beginning today in Singapore, Samsung Apps will be giving away coupons good toward application downloads for all newly registered Samsung smart phone users and Samsung Apps members.
Those who are looking for an ebook reader, now seems like a good time to buy, with both Amazon and Barnes & Noble slashing the prices of their ebook readers.