- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 13 Jul 2011
As the number of consumer devices increase, enterprise IT departments find themselves unable to keep up in terms of security and support.
EA will pay $650 million and an additional $100 million in stock for PopCap Games, which also creates the popular Bejeweled series of puzzle games.
The launch of Samsung's NC215S solar netbook has been delayed till August, due to hold ups involving the machine's custom panels.
Tuesday, 12 Jul 2011
AMD claims to have regained the crown for the top performing mobile graphics chip with the newly launched Radeon HD 6990M.
Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Munster, estimates that an average iPhone user will download up to 83 apps per year, with a 61 percent spike in download numbers for 2011.
The iDJ Live brings portable deejaying to your iDevices with two large turntables, a central mixer section with a crossfader, and more buttons and knobs than you know what to do with.
Judges in the United States and Canada approved the $4.5 billion sale of Nortel's patents to a consortium that includes Apple, Microsoft, and Research in Motion.
Apple may change their parts and components supplier, Samsung, due to the increasing tension between the two technology giants.
HDMI Org has confirmed that the Mini DisplayPort to HDMI cables are deemed unlicensed and thus should not be sold.
The number of ebook readers available on the market goes up by one as Google introduces the iriver Story HD. The device is going to be available to the masses from 17th July 2011 and promises to offer seamless synchronicity with the Google eBooks platform.