Thursday, 27 Oct 2011
Sony will be paying Ericsson a total of 1.05 billion euros to acquire the Swedish company's 50% stake in the Sony Ericsson mobile phone venture.
RIM announces BlackBerry Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365, a new RIM-hosted online service for mid-sized businesses and enterprises that extends Microsoft Exchange Online to BlackBerry smartphones, and allows organizations to self-manage their BlackBerry deployments in the cloud.
RIM announces that its BlackBerry Bold 9900 and BlackBerry Curve 9630 are the first SIM-based NFC smartphones to be certified by MasterCard Worldwide as PayPass-approved devices.
Logitech presents its G105 Gaming Keyboard, which is equipped with military-style, night-vision green LED backlighting, with six programmable G-keys which comes with three mode states.
NEC APAC announces its new PX series projector line with the introduction of the PX750U, which is designed for those large venues requiring exceptional brightness.
TSMC announced that its 28nm process is in volume production and production wafers have been shipped to customers. TSMC is the first foundry to provide such capabilities.
The new update for Google's web browser Chrome 15 has been moved into the Stable Channel and has been rolled out for users. Although you will not be prompted to update as of yet, the new version can be downloaded manually.
It's been set in motion ever since the wildly iPad burst into the scene, but now we can finally hear the death knell of the netbook as tablet sales numbers surpassed those of netbooks.
MSI announces the first motherboard in the industry to adopt the next gen PCI Express Gen 3 high-speed data transfer standard to deliver unprecedented levels of performance with a staggering 32Gbps of bandwidth.
The quad-core ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime was caught in a few images showing off its new keyboard dock and a sleek aluminum chassis.