Wednesday, 15 Dec 2010
Seagate announces eco-friendly HDD for low-power personal computers, multi-drive home networking systems and external PC storage.
AMD launches its latest GPU, providing gamers with an enhanced second-generation, Microsoft DirectX 11-capable architecture. It includes advanced image quality features ensuring a breakthrough performance. Also, the AMD PowerTune dynamically adjusts power draw.
With its Quad-Channel technology, this flash drive from the Patriot Supersonic series promises to deliver blazing-fast performance in a miniature ultra-light form factor.
Catering to the need for mobile streaming, Silicon Power releases a stylish USB reader and microSD/SDHC Combo Pack which allows users to easily carry their videos, photos, or music.
Yahoo's woes continue as it axes 600 of its employees ahead of the holidays.
Map-makers have been making, redefining and refining maps for centuries. But a map of the world based on Facebook? Yup, it's real, and here it is.
Think Twitter was all fluff and no substance? Think again. Twitter presents the top 10 most powerful tweets of 2010, and there are a couple of knock-outs in there.
MSI collaborates with AMD to launch two new graphic cards based on AMD's flagship HD6900 GPU. The cards offer 2GB 256-bit GDDR5 large capacity video memory buffer.
Another blow has struck Nokia when it announces the delay of its Nokia E7 towards an early 2011 launch, from its supposed Q4 2010 availability.
Tuesday, 14 Dec 2010
Philips launches world's first cinema proportioned 3D TV, the Philips 58PFL9955H Cinema 21:9 LCD TV.