Wednesday, 20 Mar 2013
Intel is collaborating with Hillcrest Labs to add a point-and-click, motion-sensitive remote control option to its set-top and gateway platform for pay TV operators.
Starting 28 March, Canon will let its DSLR users try out popular Canon lenses before purchasing them in the newly launched Canon Lens 'Try and Buy' Programme. For a nominal fee, interested users will get up to two full days to try out their lenses of choice.
At the first keynote address at GTC 2013, NVIDIA CEO unveiled the company's very own GRID-based server named Visual Computing Appliance (VCA). This server features a pair of Intel Xeon CPUs with eight Kepler-based graphics cards. It marks the upscaling of GRID technology to meet enterprise needs.
Google has announced that Acer, HP, and Samsung Chromebooks will be made available to Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, and the Netherlands from Tuesday.
During his keynote address at GTC 2013, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed the roadmaps for its graphics processors and Tegra chips. Both roadmaps introduced the successors that will replace the incumbents Kepler and Tegra 4 respectively. Read on to uncover more exciting details.
ESET has announced the release of its flagship products: ESET Smart Security 6 and ESET NOD32 Antivirus 6. The former provides all-in-one internet security, while the latter, a fast and powerful antivirus solution.
There are unconfirmed reports that Yahoo might be in talks to purchase a major controlling stake in video sharing site, Dailymotion. If the deal goes through, it would be Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer's first major acquisition since taking over Yahoo.
Helping you to maximize everything you do on your iPad mini, the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini has a slim aluminum cover that complements the tablet while at the same time safeguarding it.
Google was known as the company which would try anything. But its moves over the past few days seem to indicate that it may be starting to hunker down and consolidating
Searching for an appropriate reaction GIF to your latest internet 'debate' will soon be easier than ever as Google has announced that it will be adding a filter in Google Images to let you search specifically for animated GIFs.