Tuesday, 14 Feb 2012
HP just announced three of their latest thin clients that promises to deliver better computing and graphics performance. Two will be based on AMD's Fusion processor and another based on VIA's Eden dual-core CPU.
Seeing that Microsoft will be introducing their new interface for Windows 8, Mozilla has come out to state they will be building a completely different version of Firefox to suit Metro.
Xigmatek introduces its new Gigas chassis, a full aluminum microATX chassis for gaming and HTPC purposes.
CrackBerry obtained some images of the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system (OS). The new user interface adopts several elements from Google Android and Windows Phone 7 such as the homescreen widgets.
Nokia is rumored to showcase up to six new phones at Mobile World Congress 2012, three of which are Windows Phone devices while the others are S40 feature phones as part of the Asha portfolio.
Based on the Intel Z77 chipset, the new boards are fully compatible with the Intel Sandy Bridge processors, and support the third generation Intel Core CPUs codenamed Ivy Bridge.
Apple may launch the next generation iPad, commonly referred as the iPad 3, on March 7. The event is likely to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, the same location where Apple introduced the first iPad and iPad 2.
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Tab 2. Sporting a 7-inch display and running Android 4.0, the new tablet is the direct successor of the first Galaxy Tab which first appeared in 2010.
Monday, 13 Feb 2012
Rambus proceeds down the path of flash memory, with the purchase of Unity Semiconductor being the first step in cornering the Flash memory market.
Developed by a group of scientists led by the University of York's Department of Physics, the new heat technology allows for 10 times storage capacity and 300 times performance compared to current disk drives.