Thursday, 21 Jul 2011
Sony Japan has just unveiled its new VBD-MA1 today, the company's first PC-less Blu-ray/DVD burner.
Synology announces the beta availability of the new NAS server OS, the DiskStation Manager 3.2.
Lenovo recently uploaded videos of their Thinkpad branded Android tablets on Youtube, showing us what it looks like and how it works in great detail.
Adobe has posted a page on its website detailing issues found on its products running on Apple's newly released OS X Lion operating system.
Sony has announced the launch of the BDV-3985WH, its latest 5.1 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre System which allows users an emphatic sensory experience.
Fancy making a call or sending a message to a friend using just your Wi-Fi or mobile data connection? Viber, the app that does just that for iOS users, is now available on Android too.
Google announces it will be shutting down Google Labs, a platform which allows users to interact and provide feedback on experimental products created by Googlers in their 20 Percent Time.
Wednesday, 20 Jul 2011
With Apple's Mac OS X Lion officially launching on 20th July, a Macbook Air refresh is imminent, with rumored specs reported on the web.
Symantec has published a blog post detailing a staged download method by two newly discovered Android threats, as a follow up to their recently conducted analysis of iOS and Android.
PopCap games announces that it has signed a global agreement with Sony Ericsson to pre-load Games By PopCap on Sony Ericsson's Xperia Mini and Xperia Mini Pro.