Tuesday, 23 Aug 2011
WebOS may be dead, but the TouchPad has been selling like hotcakes ever since HP slashed prices to a low of US$99. Now there's another reason for geeks to want the TouchPad besides its bargain price - you can install Ubuntu, a flavor of Linux, on the box.
Intel announced the architecture details of the upcoming Itanium CPUs for launch in 2012.
Now available in additional colours of red and white, Jabra EasyGo delivers its trademark intuitive, no-nonsense experience in matching styles to more "beginner" headset users.
DRAM chip suppliers are all struggling with falling chip prices caused by oversupply and the market outlook for the rest of 2011 remains uncertain.
The rumours are in. Apple may be working on an "absolutely different" Mac and it could come by the end of 2011.
Nokia's support for its Symbian mobile OS is still going strong, and come 24th August, we should be seeing another refresh to its lineup with the Symbian Belle update.
Twitter introduces a new user gallery feature, which houses the most recent 100 images linked with users' tweets.
PC gaming peripheral maker Razer claim that on 26th August they'll prove that PC Gaming is not dead.
Monday, 22 Aug 2011
The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is an Android smartphone that delivers a unique social music experience.
RIM announces the BlackBerry Management Center, a free online service designed for businesses with up to 100 BlackBerry smartphones that access email services.