Thursday, 23 Dec 2010
Opera announces new widget runtime platform (for Google's Android) which will support the new WAC 1.0 specification.
NVIDIA looks set to completely refresh their GTX 400 line-up as specs of what could possibly be the GeForce GTX 560 have been leaked online.
Sparkle presents potent gaming performance in a form of the Sparkle GeForce GTX 460 Sabrina Edition. It's designed to allow users to enjoy the latest cutting-edge titles at full HD, 1080p resolutions and latest DirectX 11 games.
Amazon has always been tight lipped about the number of Kindles sold, but a recent report has estimated that Amazon is likely to have sold more than 8 million Kindles by the end of the year.
Wednesday, 22 Dec 2010
Games are not all about killing and shooting. A trend these days is for developers to use online games to promote an important social cause.
Synology unveils DiskStation DS1511+, a high-performance NAS server that offers greater scalability, significant storage capacity and full-featured business NAS solutions for SMB users.
HP is rumored to be prepping a line of WebOS based tablets for CES next month.
More news about Sony Ericsson's rumored PlayStation phone has surfaced, and we are now looking at the company trademarking the Xperia Play name in the European market just a few days ago.
Quite possibly the funniest thing we've seen this week, BBC's The One Ronnie makes a spoof on tech gadgets and their wacky names.
Although the PC-A04 measures the size of a mini-tower chassis, it allows up to seven 3.5-inch HDDs, Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX motherboards and high-end graphics cards to be mounted.