Tuesday, 1 Feb 2011
Motorola has been pretty aggressive with its ads, and a teaser spot for its Superbowl ad takes a swipe at Apple and how it has kept to just one single authority over the years.
QNAP Systems releases the TS-x12 lineup of affordable high performance Turbo NAS servers intended for the fast-growing home and SOHO market segment. The new models offer a unique blend of solid performance, high reliability, and advanced features at very affordable price points.
AMD is not the only one preparing a dual-GPU card solution it seems, as sources indicate that NVIDIA will be unleashing their own dual-GPU card too next month.
Living up to its motto, Google has announced that a new service for Egyptians that is able to accept voicemails and tweet them directly to #egypt.
Monday, 31 Jan 2011
Logitech Couch Mouse M515 makes browsing from the couch easy by allowing the user to operate the mouse on a variety of surfaces ranging from sofas, blankets and cushions.
Starhub has joined other top Asian carriers in building and operating the Asia Submarine-Cable Express, a 7,200 kilometre undersea cable system linking Singapore directly to Japan, the Philippines and Hong Kong. This cable system will enable a bandwidth carrying capacity in excess of 15 terabits per second.
Thortech announces the launch of the all new Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt Plus Series high efficiency gaming performance power supply which delivers efficient performance. The Thunderbolt Plus also features the iPower Meter technology which provides greater information and feedback to users.
ECS releases an Intel based mini-ITX motherboard, which is designed to provide a home theatre experience with blu-ray playback capability. It is also compact and has an on-board Bluetooth interface.
ECS Black Deluxe H67H2-M motherboard is powered by Intel H67 express chipset, supporting the second generation Intel Core processor family and featuring ECS special design for home theater.
SingTel announces expansion of AMPed, its award-winning mobile music service, to more than two million tracks with EMI and Warner catalogues.