Wednesday, 17 Aug 2011
Dedicated applications for Facebook, foursquare, Skype, and Twitter to PS Vita will be introduced.
LifeSize announces that its LifeSize Passport and LifeSize Express 220 are compliant with key IP telephony solutions from Avaya.
The GT1650 series allows users to experience the high transfer rate of USB3.0 and compatibility of both eSATA and Firewire devices to eliminate upgrade hassles.
Sony has just released more details about its next generation portable console, the PS Vita. The handheld will provide access to popular social media platforms via apps that can be installed at the user's discretion.
The 28nm Wichita and Krishna APUs are the successors to AMD's C-Series (codenamed Ontario) and E-Series (codenamed Zacate) APUs.
China's second largest video streaming company has gone public, and it's prices are within range despite the volatile US market.
OWC announced that its MaxRAM tested and verified compatible OWC DDR3 1333MHz 16GB Memory Upgrade Kit supercharges 2011 Apple MacBook Pro and Mac mini models by doubling the Factory maximum offered memory.
Still deciding if Google buying Motorola was a good idea? One of the biggest credit rating agencies, Standard and Poors seems to have given it the thumbs down.
It is rumored that the upcoming Core i7 processor from Intel, the 3820, 3930K and the 3960X will all ship without a cooler in the box.
This limited card edition is built on twin NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 GPUs with a proprietary ROG design that combines extreme cooling and extensive tuning facilities, catering to the most demanding user.