Monday, 16 Sep 2013
Evernote has presented a whole line of updates, including the new and improved Evernote 5 for Windows Desktop and Evernote Webclipper 6 for Chrome.
ASUS has announced the Wireless Duo storage device for simple file sharing via Wi-Fi, the RT-AC68U dual-band 802.11ac router with personal cloud storage support, and the battery-powered P2B portable short-throw projector at Computex 2013.
Netflix is now available in Netherlands, but in order to figure out what popular shows the Dutch are watching, it turned to pirate sites to gather information on what shows it should buy.
Sonnet has announced the Echo Express SE II, the replacement for the Echo Express II Thunderbolt-to-PCIe expansion chassis.
According to anonymous game developers, thanks to the PlayStation 4's superior hardware, games on Sony's new gaming console can run as much as 50% faster compared to the Xbox One.
SanDisk has announced the SanDisk Extreme Pro CFast 2.0 memory card. The company claims it's the first memory card based on the CFast 2.0 draft specification, announced by the CompactFlash Association last year. The card is capable of 450 MB/s read speeds and write speeds of up to 350MB/s.
Sunday, 15 Sep 2013
HardwareZone forum member Fellowes managed to take a photo of a poster outside a StarHub Shop which indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be available for walk-in customers from 28 September.
Saturday, 14 Sep 2013
Intel has announced their fourth generation Intel Core vPro processors that will drive enterprise solutions. These chips combined the unique features of the fourth generation Intel Core chips with Intel vPro technology, making them ideal for business-grade work environments.
Friday, 13 Sep 2013
At IBC 2013 in Amsterdam today, Sony demonstrated a variety of new value-creating video production solutions. Visitors to the Sony booth will see live 4K production solutions, highly usable IT-driven systems and services, and an HD product line positioned at the core of today’s media industry.
The SoundBar's Virtual Surround Sound eliminates the need for extra speakers, wires, or speaker stands. The speakers at the ends of the soundbar detach, so you can place them at the rear of your room to create the optimum 5.1 channel environment for surround sound on demand.