Thursday, 1 Nov 2012
The "A-Drive", one of the world's thinnest 5mm hybrid hard drive in a 2.5-inch form factor, was officially launched to commemorate the Data Storage Institute's (DSI) 20 years of R&D in the area of data storage capabilities.
Symantec Security Response has discovered spam messages related to Hurricane Sandy and is advising Internet users to type website addresses directly into their Internet browser for any online videos instead of clicking on links within emails.
The 64GB Kingston microSDXC Class 10 memory card operates on the exFAT file system that is designed to handle extremely large volumes of data, such as files bigger than 4GB, and offers a speed "class" rating known as Class 10 that delivers a 10MBps minimum sustained transfer rate for optimum performance with microSDXC compatible devices.
Intel is working on a 48-core processor for smartphones and tablets. The company's focus on this project is to find new ways to manage and use multiple cores in mobile devices. According to the project researchers, this massive multi-core CPU could be ready in five to ten years.
EpiCentre will start selling the Wi-Fi models of the Apple iPad Mini and iPad with Retina display at 8.30am tomorrow.
Nubox will launch the 7.9-inch iPad Mini, along with the new fourth-gen iPad and 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display at its 11 Apple Premium Reseller stores tomorrow.
Driven by an Intel Ivy Bridge i7 quad-core processor along with NVIDIA GTX GeForce 660M graphics, the Razer Blade now features the new Windows 8.
Linux OS creator, Linus Torvalds, has taken to social media to rant about the state of resolutions on notebooks. On Google + Torvalds stated, "Can we please just make that [2560 x 1600] the new standard laptop resolution?"
According to an article published by The Daily, Facebook is reportedly working on a project related to a classifieds advertisement service similar to that which Craiglist is offering.
Microsoft is being sued by Surfcast who alleges that Microsoft's new Windows 8 Live Tiles feature infringes on its patents for dynamically updating icons.