Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
Most of us have been wondering when the second most preferred browser on the Internet (Chrome of course) would appear on Google's other baby, Android. Well we can stop wondering, because Chrome Beta has just appeared on the Android Market.
One of the most commonly recognizable features of the Windows OS over more than a decade has been the Start Button and Menu. Microsoft has made the radical decision to ditch both for the upcoming Windows 8.
Olympus Imaging Corporation is developing two new interchangeable lens units for Micro Four Thirds system cameras. These lenses will be launched in the summer of 2012. Prices have not been confirmed.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Codenamed Cherryville, the Intel SSD 520 Series - Intel's most robust consumer SSD to date - delivers up to 80,000 maximum 4K random write IOPS and up to 50,000 4K random read IOPS, setting new industry performance benchmarks.
The lightweight 4GB ICD-TX50 easily slots and clips onto a shirt pocket, records in either linear PCM or MP3 format, has a microSD card slot, and allows for a full hour of recording on a quick three minute charge.
Epson today launched two enterprise A3 laser printers along with two workforce business inkjets, all designed for business users.
Providing data rates of up to 600Mbps (300Mbps per band), the RT-N53 Black Diamond features enhanced network security with support for up to four SSIDs and allows single independent wireless networks to be created each with their own performance and security settings.
Nokia's first Windows Phone, the Nokia Lumia 800, was launched in three colors: black, cyan and magenta. A fourth color has been revealed, showcasing the Lumia 800 in a pure, white polycarbonate design.
Good news for those looking to get an Ultrabook. PC manufacturers in the US are reducing prices of the current batch of Ultrabooks to make way for the second wave of Ultrabooks poised to hit the market.
Google and Facebook, said Monday they have removed allegedly offensive material on their Indian sites as part of a court case deemed as a test for Internet censorship and control.