Friday, 13 Jul 2012
Adopting the SATA 3.0 interface, the SAFD 25A SSD offers a maximum sequential speed of 475/360MBps and IOPs of up to 50,000, making it as efficient as a RAID array consisting of 50 to 60 mechanical hard drives.
Designed to capitalize on the performance capabilities of the Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processor families, the memory kit features the same heat shield as the Viper III, so thermal protection is still provided even during long and demanding gaming sessions.
Equipped with 16.1-megapixel CCD sensors, the three models - EX-N1, EX-N10, and EX-N20 - house wide-angle 26mm, 5x optical zoom lenses and incorporate advanced shooting features such as Premium Auto, and Make-up mode that adopts a wrinkle removal effect.
Belkin is all set to introduce their latest lineup of Home Automation and Networking products, including the WeMo Home Control Switch and WeMo Home Control Switch with Remote, @TV, and AC1200 DB Wi-Fi Dual-Band AC+ Gigabit Router.
With the release of its Android beta version, Maaii aims to deliver the same rich HD quality voice communications and innovative Facebook integration to even more devices worldwide, all for free.
Designed to provide a personalized and convenient customer service experience, the programme was first conceptualized in October 2011 and covers three primary categories - Smart Mobile Care, Smart Entertainment Care, and Smart Gadget Care.
Norton has released a survey which sheds light on Singaporeans' mobile usage habits, the importance of personal information, and their level of understanding when it comes to mobile security.
Yahoo has formally confirmed that the Yahoo Voices data breach did come from its servers, and that "approximately" 400,000 email addresses and passwords have been compromised in plain text online.
Twitter, in collaboration with Buddy Media, has launched an age screening service for adult brands. The feature is voluntary and companies who feel that their products are unsuitable for minors can opt in of their own volition.
AMD has been granted US$ $12.6 million under the FastForward program. The program is a joint effort between the National Nuclear Security Administration and the Department of Energy to advance research of exascale computers that are a 1000 times faster than current supercomputers.