Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Intel has revealed some of the advancements made in power management for their upcoming 4th generation Intel Core processors. These new chips have been touted to reduce idle power by as much as twenty times due to new power optimization technology and improvements made to the 22nm Tri-Gate transistor.
Hot on the heels of Microsoft's announcement regarding their next generation gaming console, the Xbox One, NVIDIA has announced that the product will support their popular NVIDIA PhysX and NVIDIA APEX software development kits.
Trendnet has just announced the availability of their next generation AC1200 dual band wireless router. The TEW-811DRU is designed to handle multiple HD streams in a connected home with multiple devices.
StarHub today announced that its online music portal, Music Anywhere, is now open.
While the mobile app and desktop website version of Google+ has been constantly undergoing a series of improvements and updates, the mobile browser version is usually a step behind when it comes to such updates. Not intending to leave these users out in the cold, Google has updated the mobile version of Google+ as well.
Samsung may be announcing the Galaxy S4 Active, a more rugged variant of its flagship device soon as images and video of the device leaked online.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Thermaltake has compiled a list of power supply units (PSUs) that support Intel "Haswell" CPUs as some low-end and budget PSUs are supposedly unable to deliver small amounts of power to support the processor's new C6/C7 low-power states.
Enermax has just announced five new cooling fan models that feature its patented APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) control technology. This innovation will allow manual speed control of a fan's peak speed and the speed will be regulated by pulse-width modulation or by an integrated thermal sensor.
M1 Limited (M1) today announced the appointment of Alcatel-Lucent to deploy a Small Cell (Femtocell) solution to further enhance its 3G radio coverage and capacity in indoor premises. It will be made available in Q3 2013.
Dell's Project Ophelia, which is an Android-based computer that operates from a hardware dongle, is slated for launch this July for US$100. Dell showcased Project Ophelia at CES in January this year. The dongle plugs into any device with a HDMI port and turns it into a PC.