Thursday, 2 Jun 2011
Huawei introduces the IDEOS X3 smartphone, and announces that Singapore will be the first in the world to witness the launch of Huawei Boulder.
Sony will fully restore all PlayStation Network services today in America, Europe/PAL territories and Asia, excluding Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea.
HP's Touchpad has been leaked at Computex - by Sandisk of all companies! Fast Company has the scoop, and shot a video demo of the webOS interface.
Twitter revamps its search service to start displaying photo and video results.
Microsoft previewed its next generation operating system, codenamed 'Windows 8.' The OS work-in-progress has been redesigned from the ground up for touch, and is slated to work across a variety of devices, from touch tablets to mouse and keyboard desktops.
Skype announces that it is providing silicon vendors with a new standard interface for communication to H.264 encoding cameras.
AMD helps PC builders to develop next generation high performance desktop platforms by launching its 9-series chipset line-up.
HP is expanding a previously announced voluntary battery recall and free replacement program. The expansion includes additional battery packs and one notebook model series.
Gigabyte announces that Bigfoot Networks has released a free software update for the Killer E2100 Networking platform, bringing Advanced Stream Detect technology to all Gigabyte G1-Killer motherboards.
Another Huawei tablet joins the party, with scarce details except that it'll be seen at CommunicAsia 2011 on the 20th of June.