- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Thermaltake has compiled a list of power supply units (PSUs) that support Intel "Haswell" CPUs as some low-end and budget PSUs are supposedly unable to deliver small amounts of power to support the processor's new C6/C7 low-power states.
Enermax has just announced five new cooling fan models that feature its patented APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) control technology. This innovation will allow manual speed control of a fan's peak speed and the speed will be regulated by pulse-width modulation or by an integrated thermal sensor.
Dell's Project Ophelia, which is an Android-based computer that operates from a hardware dongle, is slated for launch this July for US$100. Dell showcased Project Ophelia at CES in January this year. The dongle plugs into any device with a HDMI port and turns it into a PC.
Google has announced that Google Checkout will be shut down, and completely replaced by Google Wallet.
Rumors had been circulating that Yahoo might be about to make big waves soon. Now, it is all but certain that the Yahoo board has approved a US$1.1 billion acquisition for the popular micro-blogging site Tumblr.
In a short clip, Sony has given glimpses and flashes of what their new gaming console, the PlayStation 4 will look like. Announced back in February, the full reveal of the PlayStation 4 is scheduled for Sony's E3 presentation on 10th June 2013.
Monday, 20 May 2013
ASRock has announced the availability of the A-Style 2T2R dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi module with Bluetooth v4.0 wireless technology. The new Wi-Fi chip will be featured on new select Intel 8-series motherboards.
Samsung officials confirm that the company will be unveiling the Galaxy Note III at IFA 2013 in Germany.
Friday, 17 May 2013
Jon Peddie Research has reported the shipment figures for graphics chips for Q1 of this year. It also tallied the market share figures for major players like Intel, AMD and NVIDIA. While Intel has retained the lion's share, it has slid 5.3 per cent compared to its last quarter.
Thursday, 16 May 2013
Adobe Product Manager Tom Hogarty has confirmed in a Google+ Hangout that Adobe has "no plans to make Lightroom subscription-only at any point in the future", in contrast to the rest of Adobe Creative Cloud apps which will be subscription only going forward.