Tuesday, 28 Aug 2012
Featuring the robust 32+3+2 power design with Ultra Durable 5 high current capable components including 60A rated IR3550 PowIRstages chips from IR, the Z77X-UP7 motherboard is able to share the workload between 32 phases, ensuring lower working temperatures and maximum CPU power delivery.
The new enterprise-class E100 SSD achieves up to 10 times improvements in endurance and reliability over client SSDs on existing hardware, while significantly reducing the physical footprint as notably fewer SSDs are needed to handle tasks of many traditional HDDs.
Hot on the heels of Samsung's Series 5 tablet/ultrabook tease are a handful of leaked images of Sony's upcoming Vaio Duo 11 Windows 8 hybrid device.
Another new high level appointment for Yahoo as Kathy Savitt joins the team in the capacity of Chief Marketing Officer. She was the founder and CEO for social commerce company Lockerz and has worked for American Eagle and Amazon as well.
A retailer document reveals that the Samsung Galaxy Note II will come in two colors: ceramic white and another labelled as TBD (to be determined). Inside sources point to an early October release.
One of Apple's Senior VPs remarked recently that the likelihood of an Apple HDTV display materializing in the near future is slim, mainly due to the company's inability to secure rights with major networks to broadcast their content.
Monday, 27 Aug 2012
Samsung has revealed (via Facebook no less) that a stylus toting tablet device with dock will shown during IFA 2012 in Berlin. This new device, one of likely many others from the Korean company, looks very much like the Samsung Series 5 hybrid PC first seen at Computex earlier this year.
With a 26x optical high zoom and 22.3mm ultra wide-angle lens, the 16.2-megapixel WB100 offers 3D photo capture and Live Panorama Mode, bringing 3D images and panoramic views to life.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note II device may run on Jelly Bean and feature a new rectangular design.
Microsoft has denied it is attempting to spy on Windows 8 users through the SmartScreen feature of its upcoming operating system. This is in response to a prominent hacker who voiced concerns about Windows 8 sending information to Redmond servers each time a user installs an application.