Thursday, 25 Aug 2011
Nokia today announced the launch of three feature-packed, mass market smartphones, bringing the latest smartphone functionality at attractive price points and including market-leading innovation with Symbian Belle.
Just last year, Taiwanese PC-manufacturer Acer Inc was the world's second largest. Today it slipped to fourth place and has reported losses for the first time in 10 years.
Samsung Electronics said that it has no intention of taking over Hewlett-Packard's personal computer business.
With IFA 2011 happening next week, Samsung is hosting another Samsung Mobile Unpacked event, and the popular speculation is the unveiling of the company's first Android Ice Cream Sandwich device.
Steve Jobs steps down as Apple's CEO. Apple's Board of Directors names Tim Cook as his replacement.
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2011
Acronis launches the Acronis True Image Home 2012, the latest version of its multi award-winning consumer software.
Targeted at advanced digital entertainment users and designed to provide cutting-edge high definition performance, the Satellite P755 is Toshiba's new feature-packed entertainment notebook.
QNAP announced an expansion of its popular business series desktop Turbo NAS servers with an emphasis on maximum performance.
Sony is expanding its range of interchangeable lens cameras today with the new Alpha SLT-A77 and Alpha A65, as well as two new NEX cameras and a Handycam.
Dell today announced new Dell EqualLogic storage solutions and supporting software to help customers address the data management requirements of increasingly dynamic, virtualized data centers.