Friday, 25 Nov 2011
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.
Wednesday, 23 Nov 2011
Designed with a universal clip, these webcams allow sharing of videos with friends and family through a one-touch upload to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Researchers at North Carolina State University developed a rather unique way to convert printed patterns into 3D objects using light. Instant origami, anyone?
Gefen announces its new 1:4 Dual Link DVI Splitter, which offers plug and play signal distribution to four locations for high performance broadcast, professional and high resolution video applications.
Google says good-bye to a host of related services such as Google Bookmarks Lists, Google Friend Connect and Google Wave.