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Monday, 14 Mar 2011
The concept of TV Anywhere is being introduced in Singapore with the release of VueCube, a 4GTV Broadcast Trial. Multiple channels will be available that will provide a variety of non-stop content for users over the 4G network.
In light of the recent earthquake and events in Japan, Google has launched a new service called Google Person Finder which provides information regarding the disaster and helps locate missing people.
It seems the mythical white iPhone 4 will finally be available in Spring, but perhaps it's a little too late by then as it's highly probable the iPhone 5 will be released by then.
Friday, 11 Mar 2011
IDC expects smartphone shipments to hit 137 million units in 2011, the first time for shipments to break the 100 million mark in the Asia Pacific, excluding Japan region.
Zotac today announced shipments of the H67-ITX WiFi has resumed across the globe. New shipments of the Zotac H67-ITX WiFi feature the updated H67 B3 revision chipset for enhanced SATA performance and reliability.
Sparkle today announced the Sparkle GTX570 Thermal Guru Graphics Card with Effective Own Design Cooler, the ultimate DX11 3D monster from Sparkle, which delivers intense performance and premium cooling effect for gamers who demand the best.
Warner Bros. Entertainment has announced it will begin testing an offering of selected movies for purchase or rental via Facebook. Users can now use their Facebook credits to easily buy or rent titles through Warner Bros. Entertainment's Facebook movie Pages.
Thursday, 10 Mar 2011
Kingston introduces the HyperX T1 Black DDR3 triple-channel memory kits, which are designed to meet the performance requirements for the new Intel Core i7-990X chipset and X58-based motherboards.
Lexmark launched the latest addition to its award-winning line up of Web-connected, all-in-one (AIO) inkjet printers - Lexmark Genesis.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
Thecus introduces V5, their firmware which promises a huge jump in performance using NASPT and a speed increase of 50 percent using NetBench.