Friday, 25 Nov 2011
The Game Capture HD incorporates the H.264 hardware compression technology, which maximises storage efficiency without compromising live gameplay.
Google is dumping Wave - a live, shared space on the Web where people can collaborate and communicate - along with six other services.
Nokia has announced that two software updates will be issued in December and January to address the battery woes faced by Lumia 800 users.
Google has announced that they have developed a fix for the volume issue with the Galaxy Nexus and will be updating the devices as soon as possible.
It was going to happen sooner or later. Manufacturers, who are now facing a dire shortage of hard drives due to the floods in Thailand, have announced that one they will raise their notebook prices by 2 to 3 percent.
According to a report from ExtremeTech, AMD will shift its 28nm APUs from Globalfoundries to TSMC and drop its Wichita and Krishna APUs, successors to its current C and E-Series APUs.
A new report from Jeffries analyst Peter Misek claims that the next iPad will utilize a thinner and lower-powered display.
Thursday, 24 Nov 2011
The Tsubame 2.0 system, a heterogeneous computer, was listed as the greenest petaflop-class supercomputer on the recently released Green500 list.
Constructed in Japan, the X-S1 features the Fujinon 26x optical zoom, offering a range of 24-624mm and a bright f/2.8 maximum aperture at the wide-angle setting.
Good news for owners with multiple SSDs, with TRIM support to RAID 0 with Intel's updated RST 11.5 drivers, enthusiasts can finally fulfill their wish of an SSD RAID 0 setup.