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Tuesday, 11 Jan 2011
NVIDIA has signed a new six-year cross-licensing agreement with Intel. For the future use of NVIDIA's technology, Intel will pay NVIDIA an aggregate of US$1.5 billion in licensing fees payable in five annual installments, beginning January 18, 2011.
Monday, 10 Jan 2011
The Razer Switchblade powered by the Intel Atom processor redefines Mouse/Keyboard Interface for mobile gamers with an all new ultra-sensitive multi-touch screen and dynamic tactile keyboard.
Kingston announces the highest speed class SD memory cards - SDHC UHS-I UltimateXX.
Thermaltake announces plans to develop V9 BlacX Flex Edition with an integrated GoFlex portable external storage driving docking station, the first gaming computer case in the market.
Kingston announces HyperX Genesis Grey Edition, high performance memory for Intel P67 Sandy Bridge platform.
Spire launches its new dual tower CPU cooler. Codenamed Gemini due to the two towering dimpled fin heat-sinks, the only difference between the three versions are the fan types.
Saturday, 8 Jan 2011
In conjunction with CES 2011, Sony redefines lifestyle entertainment with a whole new range of innovations from its BRAVIA and Digital Imaging categories.
Friday, 7 Jan 2011
Dell introduces products including Dell and T-Mobile's first 4G tablet on the T-Mobile network as well as the Venue, Dell's latest Google Android smartphone.
NVIDIA announces expansion of its NVIDIA 3D Vision ecosystem by adding new 3D-enabled PCs and monitors by Lenovo.
Lenovo launches a few laptops and PCs together with the Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0 for Windows 7.