Wednesday, 28 Mar 2012
We know the Samsung Galaxy Note is huge. And apparently, it's a nice fit for an elephant, as seen in this viral video. Peter the Elephant even managed to draw a simple picture and take a self-portrait with the Galaxy Note.
Featuring three 92mm fans with a maximum cooling capacity up to 300W, the Accelero Xtreme III enables users to modify its PWM settings to prioritize between performance and noise. Best of all, it's compatible with the new GeForce GTX 680.
Sharp will sell a 9.9% stake (about 121.65 million new shares) to the Hon Hai Group for 66.9 billion yen (US$807 million). This will make Hon Hai Sharp's largest shareholder.
The latest USB 3.0 storage module from RAIDON to include an energy saving mode, the GR3630-SB3 is able to synchronize with PC to "standby" or "sleep".
A new cloud-enabled solution which provides organizations with document scanning and printing capabilities, it directly connects Fuji Xerox's MFDs (multi-function devices) to Google Docs.
A staggering $30 million in total will be awarded to the first few privately funded teams that successfully land a rover on the surface of the moon, drive it 500m over the lunar surface, and transmit detailed video, images, and information back to Earth.
Opera Mini 7 web browser app for Android is now available for download at Google Play or m.opera.com. Besides providing a faster web browsing experience, users can add as many Speed Dial buttons as they want.
With Full HD recording capabilities, the new camcorders enable users to directly share their videos on SNS without the need the hassle of transferring them to a PC.
The latest enhancement to the "PlayMemories" series allows users can freely zoom and scroll videos and photos, and edit HD video content as if playing a game.
NVIDIA has officially launched its revamped GeForce.com that is a portal for GeForce gamers. Not only can the gamers download the latest drivers, they can also check the optimized game settings, for popular game titles, that are best suited for their graphics cards.