Thursday, 24 Mar 2011
Qik launched a new iPhone app called Qik Video Connect. The new app enables individuals to stay connected with friends and family through video calling, video messaging, and video sharing.
Shure announces the SE215 earphones with detachable cable and SRH550DJ headphones.
Kingston announced it is shipping a 4GB and 8GB Class 10 microSDHC card, joining the previously released 16GB Class 10 card.
A Plugless Power EV charging station is being setup at the Mountain View HQ of Google, marking their first real steps in trialing technology that might eventually lead to a wider adoption of Electronic Vehicles.
Fuji Xerox launched their Healthcare Portal Solution, designed with the healthcare industry in mind.
Sony unveils two new professional camcorders based on extensive customer feedback in the NXCAM lineup.
A survey conducted by Norton reveals 52 percent of adults have fallen victim to mobile phone loss or theft. Despite that, only 37 percent currently have a password protecting their devices.
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2011
A federal judge Tuesday rejected Google's proposed legal settlement with book publishers, an accord that would have paved a path toward digitizing the world's books.
Apple is suing Amazon for trademark infringement based on the latter's use of the term "App Store" and is seeking an undisclosed amount in damages.
China has superseded North America in terms of global LCD TV sales according to Displaybank, a Korean market research and consulting firm.