Thursday, 26 May 2011
It's official: Twitter has acquired popular client TweetDeck.
Samsung's 3D VOD streaming capability will begin with 3D trailers and will have a "broad service" offering by later this year.
Mitsubishi is discontinuing production of consumer televisions smaller than 65 inches.
Cooler Master introduces the Silencio 550. Enveloped in a cool, black steel case, the tower holds the capacity to support elaborate computing configurations.
Sparkle is set to showcase its full range of latest products including its mainstream series and high-level Calibre series graphics cards at Computex 2011.
Arctic introduces the Accelero XTREME Plus II, carrying the objectives of its predecessor model and having multi-compatibility and unmatched performance.
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Netgear announces worldwide availability of the N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router (DGND3700), the Ultimate Home DSL Gateway.
Google is blocking the Android Market movie rentals on rooted devices because of copy protection.
Some rumors and specifications for the upcoming Wii 2 have made their way out into the open, including a leaked video on YouTube.
Toshiba is supposedly backing out on Chromebooks and Windows 7 Tablets.