Thursday, 5 Apr 2012
Intel has launched its new SSD 313 series of SSDs built with caching in mind. This new series of SSDs have been updated with Intel's newest 25nm SLC NAND flash memory and is meant to replace the current SSD 311 series.
Equipped with gold plated Cherry MX Blue or Red switches which guarantee over 50 million key strokes, the Trigger features multimedia control keys, five macro keys with profile management, 64KB on-board memory for profile storage, just to name a few.
Equipped with a newly developed 12.1-megapixel Live MOS which enables for high sensitivity signal processing, the camera includes optimization of on-tip filter which provides image recording with even higher sensitivity at max. ISO12800.
So Flash seems to be dying, and you want to hop on to the HTML 5 bandwagon with your next website. Good news for you then because not only can you now build it for free, it's as easy as pie with Wix's new HTML5 editor.
With simple plug and plug capability, the MobileLite G3 compact USB 3.0 card reader supports SD/SDHC/SDXC, microSD/SDHC/SDXC, and MSPD (Memory Stick PRO Duo) cards. It is also backward compatible with USB 2.0.
In an exclusive interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Google CEO, Larry Page, reveals several insights on how the tech giant operates while fending off assaults from other giants like Facebook and Apple.
Aimed at emerging markets, including China and Brazil, the StudyBook will feature a 10-inch panel and Intel's Medfield platform.
A new image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III has started making its rounds on a couple of Korean websites, on a press invite that states May 22nd as the date of its official unveiling.
Google has officially announced a digital glasses concept, codenamed Project Glass. Its purpose is to provide basic features such as imaging, video chat and turn-by-turn navigation through the use of augmented reality via wraparound glasses.
Unnamed sources at IGN have reported the CPU and GPU specs of the next generation PlayStation, currently codenamed Orbis.