Thursday, 1 Aug 2013
Intel has launched its Atom-based Minnowboard that is seen as a direct competitor to the Raspberry Pi. This board is jointly developed by the Intel Open Source Technology Center and Circuitco, with the primary aim of introducing the Intel x86 architecture to the embedded systems community.
Wednesday, 31 Jul 2013
StarHub Launches Singapore's Fastest Network Connection to Support Latency Sensitive Trading Applications
StarHub has launched its Ethernet low latency network, to allow Singapore-based financial trading companies to better respond to market changes and manage their risk exposure.
Based on a native USB 3.0 controller chip and implementing advanced dual-channel technology, the MX-LX USB 3.0 flash drive is encased in a durable aluminum housing, and is fully backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports.
Running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the Nexus 10 comes equipped with an A15 dual-core processor and advanced MIMO Wi-Fi, delivering web browsing speeds of up to four times as compared to normal Wi-Fi.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview. This edition includes premium features for enterprise users that aren't found in the earlier Windows 8.1 Preview.
TRENDnet has expanded its PoE switch portfolio with the launch of the 10-Port Gigabit Web Smart PoE+ Switch (TPE-1020WS).
The all-new Razer Naga includes a 12-buttom thumb grid, and is outfitted with mechanical switches to deliver faster, more tactile actuations. Its improved form factor ensures a snug fit, while the integrated in-game MMO configurator software allows gamers to conveniently set up the mouse without ever leaving the game.
Intel is reported to be dropping the facial recognition feature from its Web TV service set-top box. This feature was intended to deliver customized programming to different family members. However, due to certain technical issues, Intel will do away with this feature.
Facebook has just announced Facebook Mobile Publishing, a pilot program aimed at helping small to medium game developers take their products global. Facebook will responsible for utilizing its sizable reach and resources to help promote and market these games, in exchange for a cut of the profits.
ASUS CEO, Jonney Shih, noted the poor reception of Windows RT products and has said that the Taiwanese tech giants will focus on Windows products with Intel chips.