Friday, 13 Apr 2012
The Twin Frozr III thermal design on board enables 22 degrees Celsius cooler and 10.2dB quieter operations than the reference design, while support for the MSI Afterburner overclocking utility allows users to tweak power and clock settings to get more performance.
A report by the OLED Association indicates that Samsung is planning to release the Galaxy S III in May. More interestingly, the report claims that the Galaxy S III will sport a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED HD Plus display with a pixel density of 319ppi.
Canon boasts the release of their new DSLR which is primarily targeted to filmmakers, television producers, and other high-level motion-imaging professionals. This is definitely not something you would use when you're just starting to learn photography.
Thursday, 12 Apr 2012
Equipped with additional secured mobile printing, reporting and document capture features, uniFLOW 5.1 extends the suite of robust print security, accounting, routing and tracking functionalities.
The Samsung Galaxy Note now comes dressed in a shade of pink and will be available at $948 from 14th April in Singapore.
Enabling schools and businesses to deploy three to four times as many PC users for the same cost, the MultiClient solution converts one Linux computer into 20+ high performance independent computer stations using the ViewSonic VMA line of zero clients and Userful's MultiSeat software.
Capable of supporting an EATX motherboard, the Magic Cube AIO is constructed for users who require the power of an EATX but have limited computing area, or simply for gamers to bring to LAN parties.
There has been a couple of smart watches that sync with your smartphone, but they've all missed something out - they're not iPhone compatible. But that mistake is about to be rectified with the introduction of the Pebble, a Kickstarter campaign that gathered US$500,000 in a single day.
If it's been awhile since you have checked out your Google+ page, now might be a good time as Google has given its social network a major facelift.
Lotus Cars went on Facebook and turned a harmless joke from a popular automotive parody news site into an all-out social media disaster.