Friday, 4 May 2012
Fujitsu introduces its newest Lifebook LH772 and Lifebook LH532 - the first models to include the new mobile Intel platform featuring designs ingrained with the Japanese Takumi philosophy.
Flipboard, an app that collects content from social media and other websites and collates them all into a magazine format, has always been an iOS-exclusive app. However, it seems the app is no longer exclusive to Apple's ecosystem as it was spotted on Samsung's new flagship mobile phone, the Galaxy S III.
Theoretical physicist Mr. Michio Kaku has posted a video discussing the collapse of Moore's Law in about a decade or so. The validity of Moore's Law has been discussed for a while but Kaku's reasoning and the slowing down of processing power that is currently witnessed lends weight to his predictions.
The Samsung Galaxy S III will be available in Singapore from Q2 2012. It will come into two colors: pebble blue and marble white.
The Samsung S Pebble is a compact MP3 player which has the same nature-inspired design as the Galaxy S III. The S Pebble has 4GB memory to store over 1,000 songs. You can also easily transfer music files between the S Pebble and Galaxy S III via the phone connector.
Thursday, 3 May 2012
With two GeForce GTX 680 cores mounted on the board, the ASUS GeForce GTX 690 fields a staggering 3072 CUDA cores. The core runs at 1019MHz in boost clock, while the 512-bit memory interface links the system to 4GB of 4096MHz GDDR5 video memory.
Compatible with a wide range of NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, the Accelero Hybrid delivers 200% cooling performance along with 9 times quieter operation as compared to the stock cooler.
Dell announced that the XPS 8500 and Vostro 470 desktops are now available with Intel's Ivy Bridge processors and latest discrete graphics. Also, Dell is expanding the laptop lineup with the Inspiron Special Edition series.
These gum stick-sized modules enables much faster application loading, ultra-fast data access, shorter boot-ups, and longer battery life with the new type low-profile SATA 3.0 interface.
A recent survey conducted by a market research firm reveals that almost half of Britain's Smart TV owners have no clue as to what a Smart TV is. Is this an appalling phenomenon or an expected trend?