Thursday, 15 Nov 2012
Have you ever met people who have no idea how to use their DSLR camera and treat it like a point-and-shoot? Sony Australia has released a series of videos mocking such DSLR "experts", probably to convince the average consumer to pick up a NEX camera instead of a more complicated DSLR.
Nokia is extending its service across devices and operating systems, including a new partnership with Mozilla and planned acquisition of 3D capture company, earthmine.
Zotac has launched the new A75-ITX WiFi B-series and A55-ITX WiFi B-series mini-ITX platforms for second gen AMD A-series (Trinity) APUs.
In a recent post, the CyanogenMod team has revealed that they are having domain name troubles. The old cyanogenmod.com site has been "stolen" according to the Android firmware developers and they have migrated their content over to cyanogenmod.org.
Micron Technology and AgigA Technology have announced that they will collaborate to develop NVDIMM technology for high performance computing and storage platforms.
Despite the late arrival of BlackBerry 10, Research in Motion (RIM) CEO Thorsten Heins firmly believes that the mobile operating system will be a success.
According to PRX Labs, a bug in Apple's iOS 6.0′s Audio Playback framework is causing audio streams and podcasts to be downloaded multiple times, leading to data overages for users streaming audio over cellular connections.
Wednesday, 14 Nov 2012
NVIDIA has released a new set of GeForce drivers optimized for CoD: Black Ops II and Assassin's Creed III.
Dell announces a redesigned portfolio of business and consumer PCs - Latitude 10 tablet, Latitude 6430u notebook, and the OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One with touch - that are all built to best optimize Windows 8.
With aluminum-fins heatsinks utilizing SDT (seamless direct touch) technology for maximum cooling efficiency, the Respire T40 and T20 are designed for entry-level builders and enthusiasts.