Thursday, 3 Mar 2011
Sony recognised for pushing the boundaries of design after picking up a record four Gold Awards at the iF Design Award ceremony.
The Chaser MK-1 from Thermaltake is their new mid tower chassis and is equipped with a top docking station for 2.5-inch SSDs or 3.5-inch HDDs providing ready and easy access to data storage devices.
More than 50 applications on Google's Android Market have been discovered to be infected with a rootkit malware dubbed as "DroidDream" which can compromise personal data by taking over the user's device. Google have since suspended these apps from the Android store.
ASUS will be using CeBIT 2011 to showcase the O!Play BDS-700 3D Blu-ray player, the BW-12D1S-U external USB 3.0-based Blu-ray writer and NC1 headphones.
It's been a year since the original Apple iPad was announced, but now it's time for the sequel, the Apple iPad 2.
Wednesday, 2 Mar 2011
StarHub launches Roam Manager to provide cost management tools and pertinent roaming related information, to empower customers to manage their telephone expenses when traveling. The service allows customers are able to check their daily data roaming charges and alerts when spending reaches a certain, pre-selected limit.
A bunch of Android developers have banded together to form a "union" with 7 demands for Google about their Android Market.
Olympus announces three new cameras, the Olympus TG-810, Olympus SZ-30MR and the SZ-20 featuring a variety of different features such as withstanding freezing temperatures as low as -10 degrees.
ECS responds to the problems with the Intel chipset and has begun to supply the brand new B3 stepping chipsets which solve the problems with the SATA 3 Gb/s from the old models.
The Barracuda XT hard drive from Seagate combines 3.1 TB of hassle-free desktop storage capacity along with high-end performance that does not require any additional software or hardware.