Thursday, 4 Aug 2011
HTC gives the green light for users to unlock the bootloaders in their phones. But at a price.
A promotional image used by Texas Instruments apparently revealed that Google may has chosen it to power the next Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich.
Wednesday, 3 Aug 2011
The MSI Afterburner App allows you to monitor and overclock your graphics card anytime, anywhere.
Sony today announces the launch of two new series to its line-up of Walkman media players - the NWZ-W260 series and NWZ-E460 series.
OCZ releases Z-Drive R4 PCIe storage solutions designed to dramatically accelerate enterprise applications and significantly reduce total cost of ownership in the data center.
Cooler Master releases the NotePal U Stand, an ideal laptop stand for up to 17-inch laptops.
Yamaha Corporation announced that it has introduced four models in its AVENTAGE Series of high performance AV Receivers.
ARCTIC releases the E461-BM earphones, allowing users to enjoy music with a full range of dynamics and rich bass that they would expect from full sized headphones.
German researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications have set a new speed record for Visible Light Communication technology, with speeds of up to 800Mbps.
Twitter has announced that it has started to roll out an HTML5-based Twitter website for iPad.