Wednesday, 20 Oct 2010
WD has announced that it is now shipping a 3.5-inch 3TB internal hard drive for US$239 and a 2.5TB version for US$189.
Steve Jobs showed no mercy when it blasted RIM's lower shipment figures and how the 7-inch tablets will be dead on arrival. In response, RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie responded to the statements.
Creative's Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD and Sound Blaster Digital Music Premium HD are now available for retail. The Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD features DACs and components to produce a 123db signal-to-noise ratio. The Sound Blaster Digital Music Premium HD is a USB digital audio system with an analogue phono and standard audio inputs, which enable users to convert analogue audio from record albums or cassette tapes into digital formats.
Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010
Adobe today introduced the Adobe Acrobat X software family - Acrobat X, Reader X, the Acrobat X Suite and new document exchange services at Acrobat.com - that empowers professionals to innovate and create higher quality content, driving tighter collaboration and productivity across teams in today's dynamic business environments.
Facebook has another crisis on its hands - the Wall Street Journal has just uncovered how certain popular apps such as Farmville are leaking user names to advertisers and internet tracking companies.
BitDefender today announced the launch of BitDefender Total Security 2011 in Singapore, offering comprehensive protection against the latest viruses, spyware, phishing and identity theft attacks.
Despite announcing revenues and profits that were above expectations, Apple's share price fell 7% in after-hours trading
Monday, 18 Oct 2010
Sony Electronics Asia Pacific introduces the latest ICD-UX and ICD-SX series voice recorders, offering high quality Linear PCM recording and an expandable memory slot.
Angry Birds is finally available on Google Android, and if that isn't enough, here's some better news - it's free on the Google Android Market.
Motorola and Nokia today jointly announced that the companies have entered into a 4G license agreement, which extends the companies' existing intellectual property licensing agreement to include 4G cellular technologies, such as LTE, WiMAX and LTE-Advanced.