Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011
InFocus today announced the release of the IN146 short throw projector. With native WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution to project today's widescreen notebooks and HD video without scaling, the IN146 offers big, beautiful images in tight spaces at an exceptionally low price.
OKI Data Corporation today announced it will introduce a bioplastic part consisting of at least 25% (by weight) of plant-based renewable biomass resources in all its printers and MFPs.
In less than six months after its release, Microsoft readies its first update for the Windows Phone 7 platform, though it is actually a preparation work for the copy-and-paste update that'll be coming right up.
Cybercriminals are using Twitter accounts to distribute links that redirect users to fake anti-virus sites and download malicious programs on to their computers.
At the Sony: Inspiring Innovation launch, Sony unveiled its latest products with future-focused technologies. Ranging from full high-definition, 3D-capable BRAVIA LCD televisions to Cyber-shot cameras, Handycam camcorders, and VAIO personal computers, Sony's expanded lineup is designed to inspire.
Courts is the first and exclusive retailer to introduce Jawbone's JAMBOX, the world's first intelligent wireless speaker and speakerphone to the Singapore market.
New backup and data protection, system management, networking, and applications allows users to do more with their QNAP Turbo NAS.
Monday, 21 Feb 2011
Apple is reportedly preparing to announce that it will be adopting a new high-speed connection technology, with Intel's Light Peak the rumored technology.
To extend its commitment to consumers, MSI also officially announced the implementation of the latest B3 Stepping chipset from Intel on its P67/H67 mainboards for fixing SATA problems in the Intel Series 6 chipsets.
Xelltec announced the release of their revolutionary new security microchip, which will enable users to remotely track and protect their laptops and handhold devices.