Friday, 11 Feb 2011
Samsung today introduced three new Android phones that offer users more in a single device - the GALAXY ace, GALAXY Fit, and GALAXY mini.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today announced the debut of Fujitsu's first MeeGo netbook based on the Intel Atom processor, the LIFEBOOK MH330, opening up infinite social capabilities for tomorrow's computing experience.
The complete elimination of shadows and glare typically found with standard projection systems is accomplished by mounting these ultra short throw projectors to the wall above the screen, making them ideal for education environments using interactive or standard whiteboards.
The sleek Seashell design of the new Eee PC 1015PW is further enhanced by a unique, embossed elegant 'wave' finish both inside and out. Combined with an ergonomically friendly keyboard, large touchpad and LED-backlit screen, the result is a netbook that's as pleasurable to use as it is to behold.
Yahoo! today announced Livestand from Yahoo!, a digital newsstand that continually offers new content to consumers, based on their interests. Launching first for tablets, Livestand from Yahoo! will enable publishers and advertisers to seamlessly distribute content across tablets and mobile phones in an experience that is elegant and is personalised to the individual.
Internet Explorer 9 gets a Release Candidate version and is now ready for you to download, test and play.
Sonos today introduced the Sonos Controller for Android, a free app that transforms most Android smartphones into a wireless music controller for the award-winning Sonos Multi-Room Sound System.
Microsoft has announced that its service pack 1 (SP1) for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will be released for everyone on the 22nd of February.
ECS has already stopped faulty chipsets to prevent any further impact and is looking into this matter and keeping all ECS users posted with any further news from Intel in this regards via our official websites or any other channels.
Thursday, 10 Feb 2011
This innovation is part of ST-Ericsson's new PowerHUB family of products that will also harvest energy from a wide range of sources, making it quicker for people to charge their mobile devices, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.