News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2011
Onkyo expands the functionality of its home entertainment systems by adding support for the global AUPEO! personal radio service and Last.fm to additional Onkyo network-capable A/V receivers.
The first QNX-powered BlackBerry smartphone is expected to be released in Q1 2012. However, it seems that it will only run on a single-core processor.
Monday, 8 Aug 2011
NVIDIA clarified a previous announcement made by NVIDIA co-founder Chris Malachowksky regarding availability of its next-gen GPU codenamed Kepler. The company stated it will not ship these GPUs in 2011 and the final products will only be available in 2012.
The Apple MacBook Air is one of the sexiest notebooks we've seen so far this year, and it will lead Apple's charge to dominate the ultra-portable notebook space this year.
Samsung announced two upcoming tablets, one of them being the super-slim Galaxy Tab 10.1. But what about the Galaxy Tab 8.9? We haven't heard or seen much of it until now.
The Associated Press reports that Sony will not be launching the PS Vita in 2011. Even though the handheld console was debuted at E3 this year and seemed close to being finished, it will not be delayed.
SMART Modular Technologies to release a line of SSDs that will make that 128GB SSD you own look like a kid's toy.
Friday, 5 Aug 2011
Android might be top when you bundle all its smartphone manufacturers together, but Apple still tops the chart when you break down the statistics.
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced for the 2nd Quarter of 2011, Intel's market share of graphic shipment increased about 20% quarter-to-quarter. AMD also gained market share and NVDIA lost share, vis-a-vis Intel's performance.
Notebook manufacturers are turning to new materials to build their ultra-books, because word is that the two major suppliers of aluminium are already busy producing for Apple.