Thursday, 12 Apr 2012
Capable of supporting an EATX motherboard, the Magic Cube AIO is constructed for users who require the power of an EATX but have limited computing area, or simply for gamers to bring to LAN parties.
There has been a couple of smart watches that sync with your smartphone, but they've all missed something out - they're not iPhone compatible. But that mistake is about to be rectified with the introduction of the Pebble, a Kickstarter campaign that gathered US$500,000 in a single day.
If it's been awhile since you have checked out your Google+ page, now might be a good time as Google has given its social network a major facelift.
Lotus Cars went on Facebook and turned a harmless joke from a popular automotive parody news site into an all-out social media disaster.
With Facebook becoming the default medium for social interactions in recent times, the social platform rolls out storage options for .edu users to expand functionality and provide ease of use to its members.
The latest addition to its mobile hard drive family, the Scorpio Blue is also the 2.5-inch drive with the lowest power consumption on the market. Compatibility with industry-standard 9.5mm slots make them the ideal storage for notebooks, including Ultrabook devices which require a 7mm drive height.
Trend Micro has named BlackBerry 7 OS as the most secure mobile operating system in a new report titled “Enterprise Readiness of Consumer Mobile Platforms”, The Inquirer reports.
They feature USB 3.0 slots and HDMI output, touch panel, and McAfee AntiVirus to provide software protection by scanning the files on the NAS as well as protecting it against future threats. Offering 10GBASE-T, the series is perfect for heavy data management.
With an adjustable headband and ear cushions, the Stormer features a 20Hz~20kHz frequency range, and includes an in-line microphone with remote function compatible with the iPhone and BlackBerry.
Microsoft has warned consumers and businesses that they will soon need to upgrade their Windows XP systems or face the consequences of running an unsupported OS.