Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010
ASUS and Garmin today announced a strategic decision to change the current co-brand business model.
The folks at Engadget have gotten their hands on an early unit of the PlayStation Phone, which will be running on Google Android 3.0.
Barnes & Noble has launched a new LCD based ebook reader called the Nook Color.
Scores of what could possibly be the Radeon HD 6970 have leaked online and it is fast.
Tuesday, 26 Oct 2010
RIM today launched the new BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR at the Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles.
Walton Chaintech is officially entering the digital TV market by launching its very first digital TV tuner.
Microsoft is sharing the Windows Phone 7 love to everyone, as evident with the availability of its Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac public beta.
Monday, 25 Oct 2010
The Biztree Docs app is now available for download on HP Officejet Pro e-All-in-One printers and is expected to be available this winter on the HP LaserJet Pro CM1415fnw Color MFP.
Adobe announces Air 2.5 for TVs, tablets and phones, and within the press release, there's a mention of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 slated for future updates on the Windows Phone platform.
Netgear announces three unique hybrid cloud storage services for business customers. First, NETGEARâ€™s rackmount ReadyNAS storage platforms now include up to 100GB of online archive capacity. Secondly, business-class ReadyNAS storage platforms now support a cloud file server option which seamlessly shares files between local and remote users. And finally, the company is delivering portals that simplify service billing and management for channel partners.