Friday, 20 Jul 2012
Micron has announced the high-volume availability of its 45-nanometer (nm) phase-change memory PCM for feature phones. The company said that it has plans to offer its PCM solutions to smartphones and tablet manufacturers. Read on for more details about this flash-alternative memory technology.
Fractal Design adds the Define R4 to its Define Series of computer cases. Available in in Black Pearl, Titanium Grey, and Arctic White, it is capable of accommodating up to 8 HDDs, modern graphics card sizes, and offer multiple ventilation options including two standard Silent Series R2 hydraulic bearing fans.
Symantec today announced mobile portfolio updates to enable secure mobile email deployments, mobile application initiatives and Bring Your Own Device programs.
HTC has confirmed that they will be upgrading the HTC One X, HTC One XL and HTC One S to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
RIM Introduces BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, A Mobile Device Management Solution for Enterprise Customers in Singapore
BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, RIM’s next-genn mobile device management (MDM) solution is now available for enterprise customers in Singapore. The 60-day free trial is available at sg.blackberry.com/mobilefusion.
The new Cyber-shot DSC-WX170 packs a 10x optical zoom lens, a 3.0-inch high-resolution touchscreen, and an 18.2-megapixel CMOS sensor into a body measuring just 17.6mm at its thinnest point. This petite camera also shoots full HD videos in the AVCHD format.
Google has made a few moves recently, most noticeably its acquisition of Motorola and release of the Nexus 7 tablet. While Motorola has reported an operating loss, Google's overall business, which comprises mainly of online ads, has increased its revenue by 21 percent.
According to Sweclockers, the NIVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti is rumored to be launched in mid-August this year, with a MSRP of US$299. The card is expected to compete directly with the AMD Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition.
Grum, which is recognized as the world's third largest spam botnet, has been taken down thanks to the efforts of security firm FireEye.
LG Display on Tuesday announced that eleven people, including six of its own employees, have been charged with stealing advanced OLED TV display technology from Samsung. Three of those charged are under Samsung's current employment as well.