Friday, 26 Mar 2010
And so, the saga continues: China Unicom, reportedly the second biggest mobile operator in China, is said to have decided to drop Google search from Android mobile devices.
Microsoft has introduced new features to its Bing search engine, including Quick Tabs, an Answer box, and new mapping tools powered by Foursquare to deliver real-time data embedded in maps.
HTC Corporation, a global designer of smartphones, today introduced an enhanced HTC Sense experience that will be available on its latest addition of smartphones that take Android to the next level, the HTC Legend.
Sources close to NVIDIA reveal that mainstream Fermi offerings are planned and will be out shortly.
Thursday, 25 Mar 2010
MSI launches the R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II, the latest in the Twin Frozr series of graphics display adaptors.
SingTel has announced that it will introduce BlackBerry service plans called BlackBerry Flexi Youth and BlackBerry Flexi Value Youth Plans for students and NSFs.
WD today expanded its line of hard drives for AV/DVR and surveillance applications to include small form factor, 2.5-inch SATA hard drives.
We're not ones to exaggerate, but the new Content Aware Fill function of Adobe Photoshop CS5 has left us in awe.
We have 720p video recording, and soon, 720p video viewing on Samsung devices such as the Samsung Wave and Galaxy S with the DivX HD certification.
ATI has released a WHQL certified version of its 10.3 Catalyst drivers, almost a week after its public preview.