Tuesday, 5 Oct 2010
Creative Technology announces the incorporation of the Creative THX TruStudio Pro suite in GIGABYTE's latest M1425 and T1125 notebooks. The THX TruStudio Pro suite was designed to recreate the same dynamic experience enjoyed during live performances, in films and in recording studios on the PC.
Skype announces the global availability of Skype for Android using either a WiFi or mobile data connection (GPRS, EDGE, 3G). The application is available for download from the Skype mobile browser or via the Android Market.
Apple has lost a patent suit and is liable to pay US$625.5m in damages.
Acronis, a leading provider of backup, recovery, and security solutions, announces the expansion of its retail presence in Singapore through leading retail outlets. From October 2010 onwards, consumers will find Acronisâ€™ home solutions on the specially designed Acronisâ€™ display shelves at Challengerâ€™s flagship store, located at Funan IT Mall and the newly opened Juzz1@Xchange, located at Esplanade Xchange. testingâ€™s
Fujitsu just demonstrated their new dual-touchscreen concept phone, which showcased an interesting user interface and form factor.
We've heard about a Lumix phone that'll be unveiled on Oct 5th, and true to that, the Panasonic website has just revealed its Lumix Phone, proving that camera phones aren't gone just yet.
Patriot unveils the Patriot Convoy 4x4 series of 5.25-inch bay enclosures for 2.5-inch Hard Disk Drives or Solid State Drives. Each Patriot Convoy 425S and 425XL storage devices provide a simple installation solution for up to four 2.5-inch HDDs or SSDs. The 425XL offers RAID functionality as well.
Google has announced some of its programming partners for its upcoming Google TV service, but the lack of major TV networks are not reassuring.
Samsung expands its social media reach with the introduction of a Twitter page alongside YouTube and Facebook on Samsung Apps. Samsung Apps' Facebook page, since its inception in May, has reached more than 13,000 fans within the first four months.
Monday, 4 Oct 2010
Microsoft has announced a lawsuit against Motorola, alleging that several of the mobile company's Android devices infringe on nine of its patents.