Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012
Sony Mobile Communications today announced Xperia Sola as the latest addition to its portfolio of Android powered Xperia smartphones. Armed with a dual-core 1GHz processor and a floating touch navigation feature, the Xperia Sola will be available in black, white and red from Q2 2012.
The ASUS Z9PE-D8 WS is the first dual-CPU motherboard which possesses both the features of a mainstream motherboard and a dedicated server board.
M1 has made a formal announcement about its upcoming iPad (2012) price plans. The local telco will be subsidizing the new Apple tablet with 21Mbps HSPA+ data plans, priced at S$40 per month.
Compatible with Windows and Mac OS, the P-215 offers a built-in card scanner, intelligent document processing functions, and expanded scan-to-Cloud capabilities.
The updated notebooks reflect HP's Mosaic design approach, which is an extension of the MUSE (materials, usability, sensory appeal and experience) philosophy introduced in May 2010.
Engineered for gaming, movie watching, and HTPCs, they both offer the ASUS GX 2.5 gaming audio engine and compatibility with the latest EAX version.
Tag Heuer introduces the world's first luxury phone, the Racer which is crafted for high performance. Retailing at 2800€, the Racer will be available in Tag Heuer boutiques, luxury mobile boutiques and select watch and jewellery retailers in July.
Cooler Master takes air cooling to new heights with the TPC 812, the first heatsink to use vertical vapor chamber technology to cool down CPU systems.
Twitter has acquired lightweight blogging service Posterous, which sheds some light on the direction the company seems to be heading.
Samsung has announced via its Facebook and Twitter accounts that the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update will hit Galaxy S II handsets in Korea and Europe first.