Wednesday, 9 Apr 2014
Security researchers have uncovered a serious vulnerability called Heartbleed in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library that could potentially affect as many as two-thirds of the world's web servers.
NVIDIA has announced GeForce 337.50 Beta drivers that promise to deliver performance boosts to DirectX 11-based game titles, as well as the expansion of the game optimization technology, GeForce Experience 2.0 to support over 150 games!
At long last, the two most basic options to manage your availability on Modern Skype have returned.
Prolink is launching two new Wireless-N Extenders, models PWN3701 and PWN3702P, this month. Both devices support wireless data transfer speeds of up to 300Mbps, and are compatible with 802.11b/g/n wireless access points.
Xiaomi sold a total of 1.3 million smartphones in 12 hours during its annual Mi Fan Festival yesterday. Over 130,000 phones were sold in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. Read on to see the other sales statistics.
Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014
42% smaller than Jawbone's prior headset model, the re-engineered Bluetooth earpiece lets you conveniently tap into your phone while you're multitasking - like checking your itinerary while packing for a trip, or accessing the apps you frequently use on your smartphone while taking a call.
Seagate has refreshed its Backup Plus lineup of portable external hard disk drives with the new Backup Plus FAST and Backup Plus Slim.
Adobe has just unveiled an iPad version of Lightroom that allows you to make powerful photo adjustments on-the-go. Find out more after the jump.
Carl Zeiss has just announced pricing and availability for its new Touit 2.8/50M lens, a macro lens built specifically for E-mount and X-mount cameras.
Some Sony Xperia Z2 users have reported that they see gaps between the front glass panel and the aluminum frame, raising concerns that dust and water can seep into the internals of the device. Sony is aware of the issue and looking into it.