Thursday, 29 Jul 2010
Apple today released an update to its web browser Safari 5, and introduced the Safari Extensions Gallery.
A security researcher released more than 100 million Facebook users' names, addresses and unique IDs for download on Wednesday.
Amazon has introduced a new version of its Kindle that comes with Wi-Fi only.
As far as rumors go, Research in Motion, the maker of BlackBerry mobile devices, have made a stronger confirmation of its upcoming tablet with the purchase of the BlackPad.com domain.
Wednesday, 28 Jul 2010
Offering RAID 5 support, the R4-4S-SB3 is the latest compact 4-bay RAID storage solution from Taiwanese firm RAIDON. The new MiniTank addition comes with a hot-swappable design as well as USB 3.0 and eSATA interfaces.
NVIDIA unveils the NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro, a new 3D stereoscopic solution to aid professionals who work with complex 3D designs to see their work in greater detail. Designed for the new Quadro powered desktop and mobile workstations, the 3D Vision Pro kit includes a pair of 3D Vision Pro active-shutter glasses and RF emitter.
NVIDIA releases Application Acceleration Engines (AXE) optimized for their new Quadro GPUs. Designed for the professional software development community, the latest versions include the NVIDIA SceniX 6, NVIDIA Cg Tooklit 3, and NVIDIA OptiX 2.
NVIDIA adds a new range of Fermi-based GPUs to their professional Quadro lineup. The new GPUs include the NVIDIA Quadro Plex 7000 array, Quadro 6000, Quadro 5000 and Quadro 4000. They'll feature the new NVIDIA Scalable Geometry Engines which leverages on NVIDIA's Application Acceleration Engines (AXE) to handle a range of CAD, DCC and visualization applications.
Netgear introduces the ProSafe Smart Switch which helps enhance network efficiency with a low port density solution by combining Gigabit speeds and Power over Ethernet (PoE) capabilities. Priced under US$400, the ProSafe Smart Switch is also ideal for businesses looking to deploy VOIP or IP surveillance on their network.
Data transmission could get into the gigabit/sec realm soon after Intel announced that it has developed a photonics based technology that can transfer data at such high speeds using light.