Friday, 16 Sep 2011
The Jabra Supreme is the first non-stereo headset to incorporate Active Noise Cancellation to block out noisy environments for the user wearing the headset.
In the aftermath of the purchase of Zagat, Google introduces its new Flight Search services, a result of its acquisition of ITA Software, a flight information software that was purchased in July 2010.
E-commerce owes a great debt to Paypal for helping provide a safe and stable way to transfer and receive funds on the internet. Now the company is taking on the task to bring about mobile payment.
Editing your video after uploading it to YouTube is nothing new, but YouTube has just simplified it further with the new "Edit video" button.
Google's latest product offering may be a social and news reader, similar to Flipboard and Zite. It's said to be available for iOS as well as Android.
The popularity of portable devices seemed to have begun whittling away at Adobe Flash's dominance on the web and it seems Microsoft is throwing its weight in this direction.
Bang & Olufsen unveils a limited edition version of its BeoVision 10-46 HDTV with a new color for its speaker grille and trim.
The HTC Sensation XE is the first handset to offer a Beats Audio experience, working in tandem with the Beats by Dr. Dre in-ear headphones that automatically switches to the bespoke Beats by Dr. Dre sound profile.
Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop has mentioned that the first Windows Phone 7 device from the Finnish company will be made available in Q4 2011, with a gradual rollout in various countries over the next few months.
Case Mate apparently leaked out images of the upcoming iPhone 5 in different cases. They were replaced with a landing page that had new information on the device and a possible iPhone 4S model.