Tuesday, 30 Nov 2010
Acer isn't a newcomer in the smartphone segment, which started off with Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS, followed by Google Android. And now, the company is set to rekindle its partnership with Microsoft's latest Windows Phone 7 platform.
Concept phones, more so often than not, never end up becoming a reality. But we can always admire how pretty these concept phones look, such as the BlackBerry Empathy concept phone, a RIM-sponsored design project at the Art Center College of Design.
NVIDIA has reversed its fortunes somewhat ever since the launch of the GeForce GTX 460 and the green army is stopping its onslaught as they have a new card up their sleeves.
Monday, 29 Nov 2010
Lexmark today announced the launch of two social networking oriented SmartSolutions, one for Twitter and Facebook, respectively.
Friday, 26 Nov 2010
Epson has launched its newest range of high-end home entertainment projectors, the Epson EH-R1000 and the Epson EH-R4000, which can achieve a record-breaking dynamic contrast ration of up to 1,000,000:1. This feat is made possible with the world's first 3LCD Reflective Panel Technology, the latest technological breakthrough by Epson.
SANYO Singapore is pleased to announce the release of their new ultra short throw 3D ready projector that is made to make your life a breeze. The new PDG-DWL2500 is developed with the new ultra short-focus mirror projection optical unit that allows it to project an 80-inch wide screen at a distance of only 32cm from lens to screen.
Samsung Apps today unveiled a new "Brand" category in its application services in which users can download their favorite premium-brand apps. The first apps on tap include Bobbi Brown, FENDI and Lancome.
It was bound to happen sooner or later. In less than a month, a jailbreaking tool for Windows Phone 7 has been released, allowing you to sideload apps and giving you access to low level functionality.
Thursday, 25 Nov 2010
If there's anything quite so silly, it would probably be Facebook trademarking the word Face. Guess what, they are.