Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011
ASUS launches the P6X58-E WS with multi-GPU support for both NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFireX, SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0. It also includes built-in server-class Intel LAN, as well as ASUS-developed highlights such as Xtreme Phase power delivery and EPU energy consumption optimization.
Patriot releases its new Supersonic Magnum flash drive which utilizes the new USB 3.0 technology to offer faster speeds. The new USB 3.0 drive is also safer for transport and boasts greater storage capacity than ever before.
The new Raidon GearTank GT7280-8S-U5 rackmount storage with SAS interface comes with a capacity expansion along with faster transmission while also offering energy saving to the user.
For those who saw the earlier Sony Ericsson Xperia Play ad with the Android mascot getting a thumb transplant, another ad has appeared, revealing the donor of the new thumbs for the green robot.
OCZ has agreed to acquire Indilinx which provides them with high performance controller technology for their and firmware for their SSDs. The move is expected to accelerate storage technology innovation and expand product portfolio for OCZ.
ASUS unveils active noise cancelling headphones which deliver 87% noise reduction. They are a great fit for commuters, travelers, office workers and students who require high quality personal audio, operating up to 100 hours on one AAA battery with ANC enabled. The NC1 headphones use light materials and weigh a mere 130g for easy mobility and storage.
Microsoft Corp will cease introducing new versions of the Zune music and video-player amid tepid demand, helping the company shift its focus to mobile phones
Monday, 14 Mar 2011
The concept of TV Anywhere is being introduced in Singapore with the release of VueCube, a 4GTV Broadcast Trial. Multiple channels will be available that will provide a variety of non-stop content for users over the 4G network.
In light of the recent earthquake and events in Japan, Google has launched a new service called Google Person Finder which provides information regarding the disaster and helps locate missing people.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play won't be the only device enjoying Sony's PlayStation Suite and its library of games. In an earlier announcement, Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed that the PlayStation Suite will be extended to devices running on NVIDIA's Tegra 2.