Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012
Thailand has just completed the auction of its third generation telecommunications network after multiple delays, for about US$1.4 billion.
The new LinkedIn will help professionals tell their professional story, discover people and opportunities, as well as interact with people within and beyond their network.
Panasonic plans to reduce production outputs of its LCD and plasma panels in an effort to reduce overhead costs. The company will also purchase more LCD TV panels from third-party suppliers.
Canon's first mirrorless system camera, the EOS M, was announced back in July and we've just received word that it will be in stores this Saturday. The local retail prices have also been confirmed.
Online pre-order for Microsoft's ARM-based Surface RT tablets has started. The 32GB version is priced at US$499 without the Touch Cover; with the cover, it costs US$599. A 64GB version with the cover is available as well. Tech specs of the tablets are also revealed, so hit the link for more details.
Apple just sent out invites for an event on 23 October. Needless to say, it is most likely a launch event for the iPad Mini.
Tuesday, 16 Oct 2012
iTwin SecureBox is bringing hardware-key based security to Dropbox.
NVIDIA has announced the availability of CUDA 5 that has been updated to support the new features of the Kepler GPU. The company also unveiled its new online CUDA Resource Center that is a one-stop shop for developers to take advantage of the benefits of GP-GPU computing.
EVGA is doubling up its Step-Up Program from 16 October to 21 December 2012. Users who purchase an EVGA graphics card or motherboard will be able to participate in the program within a 180 days, instead of the usual 90 days. Read on to see if you qualify for the promotion.
Following up with its trademark PadFone combination of an Android smartphone and dockable tablet, ASUS has officially introduced its second-gen ASUS PadFone 2 and a thinner, lighter Padfone 2 station.