Thursday, 31 Mar 2011
The research firm of IDC has predicted that Windows Phone 7 could beat the iPhone by 2015.
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2011
Panasonic and XPAND 3D have announced a new standard for 3D active-shutter glasses, aimed at creating a standard for use across 3D-capable TVs, projectors, and computers.
Fujifilm has announced that they have resumed production of their FinePix X100 large-sensor camera.
Amazon gets a head start on its rivals by launching its cloud based music player, offering 5 Gb of free storage to users, in the United States. The Cloud Player is currently only accessible to browsers and devices running Android.
Silicon Power has released a super horsepower 2.5-inch USB 3.0 interfaced Stream S10 in radiant orange, which distinguishes itself from the dull color crowd and is a vivid and refreshing choice in storage devices.
Tuesday, 29 Mar 2011
QNAP announced the expansion of their Business Series lineup of Turbo NAS servers, to include the new TS-x59 Pro II series: the 4-drive TS-459 Pro II, the 5-drive TS-559 Pro II, and the 6-drive TS-659 Pro II.
Symantec announced that its VIP Access for Mobile credential for iPad is now available on the App Store.
NAVTEQ is supplying NAVTEQ map and location content for Panasonic's LUMIX DMC-TZ20/ZS10 and DMC-FT3/TS3.
Early adopters have taken to the new Firefox 4 with 7.1 million users voluntarily downloading the new browser from Mozilla.
Intel announced the release of its third-generation family of solid-state drives (SSDs): the 320 Series. The drives will replace Intel's current X25-M SSD.