Thursday, 12 May 2011
Dell announces Venue, an Android-based smartphone, designed to deliver the ultimate experience for people looking to enjoy more multimedia content on-the-go.
Twitter has released today a new mobile version of twitter.com to a small percentage of users on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android smartphones.
According to Ars Technica, a firmware hack allows early 2009 Mac Pro models to accept faster Xeon CPUs, as well as faster RAM, among others.
Developed with the objective of bringing enhanced productivity to small-medium sized offices and homes, the new PIXMA MX886, MX426, MX416 and MX366 incorporate improved features such as wi-fi capabilities, Advanced Media Handling, an ADF and Full HD Movie Print, making them equally versatile for business and personal usage.
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Nikon announces the discontinuation of COOLPIX S4100 and S6100.
MSI officially launched the latest Intel-Z68 platforms for power users with uncompromising demands for both materials and performance.
ZiiLABS introduces its most powerful Zii family of energy-efficient media processors, the ZMS-20 and the ZMS-40.
Ever wondered why your friends were posting spammy links on Facebook (or maybe your profile has done it too) - and what to do about it?
So Google's finally unwrapped its Music Beta service (currently by invite only, and only in the U.S.), which promises to give you "instant access to your personal music collection without the hassle of wires or syncing."
Besides the promised multi-tasking and Twitter integrations, the upcoming Windows Phone 7 update, codenamed Mango, promises even more features.