Monday, 18 Jun 2012
Compatible with the iPhone/iPod/iPad, the rechargeable NW501 offers a wide operating distance of up to 5m and has an auto shut-off function to conserve energy while not in use.
The 16GB DDR3-1600 high-speed server memory module supports the latest Intel Quad-Channel Xeon E5-2600/4600 series and AMD Quad-Channel Opteron 6000 series server platforms, and is compatible with the latest Intel/AMD 2-way server platforms.
According to CPU World, information gleaned from AMD's latest beta graphics drivers revealed a few new device IDs. Some of these IDs seem to point to the possible lineup from AMD's Radeon HD 8000 GPU series. Read on to find out the details.
Popular custom ROM developer, MIUI, has released a home launcher for Android 2.3 and 4.0 devices. Hit the link for more details.
With a new Microsoft announcement imminent, rumors are abound concerning the subject matter. A new tablet is most likely going to be revealed and people are speculating about the features that it will boast.
Western Digital takes a stab at the wireless home networking front with the announcement of four new My Net routers. Since they're relatively late to the party, only time will tell if WD is capable of staying afloat in a mature and saturated market.
Sunday, 17 Jun 2012
Offering a Full HD 1080p resolution, a 50,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, and a 2ms response time, the 23-inch monitor comes with multiple power-saving features and a built-in speakers with SRS Sound.
Friday, 15 Jun 2012
Based on Supermicro's Twin Architecture, the FatTwin offers a flexible, high-density computing solution for Data Center, Cloud Computing, Enterprise IT, Big Data and HPC applications delivering the highest performance with the most energy efficient technologies and cooling designs available on the market.
iQ-Hub will be launching its spoken Mandarin training service, which includes a range of pictures, text and audio-based, and speech interactive lessons, all integrating specialized speech technologies, on Android devices in the near feature.
Researchers at MIT have come up with a fuel cell that can generate electricity from the glucose found in your cerebrospinal fluid that flows around your brain and spinal cord. The neuroscience development may be the first step in human augmentation.