Tuesday, 29 Jan 2013
Acer President Jim Wong is disappointed with Windows 8 and says his company must look beyond Microsoft and build its smartphone business if it is to succeed.
Intel has just announced its mSATA solid state drive 525 series that is targeted at ultrabooks and low-power embedded applications. It is also the company's first drive series in the mSATA form factor to feature the SATA 6Gbps interface. Read on for more detailed specifications of the 525 series.
According to app analytics company Localytics for Android devices, the US accounts for 59 percent of Google's tablet market. Furthermore, one out of three Android tablets in the US is a Kindle Fire from Amazon.
Monday, 28 Jan 2013
NVIDIA has announced that it has chosen NTU (Nanyang Technological University) as the first Southeast Asia CUDA Teaching Center (CTC).
Enermax has released their Ostrog GT mid-tower chassis. By building on the strengths of the original Ostrog casing, the new Ostrog GT is vaulted to new heights with its new rugged-looking exterior and optimized ventilation characteristics. Read on to uncover its other exciting features.
In the last quarter of 2012, Google+ became the second most popular social media on the Internet, just slightly behind Facebook. In third place was Youtube, another Google product, while Twitter was in fourth place.
Microsoft has confirmed via a teaser on its website that the new version of Office will arrive on January 29.
Coleridge Design Associates introduces their new aCUBE BMR crystal speakers on Kickstarter with the hopes of brining BMR speaker technology to the masses.
In a statement made by Jyrki Rosenberg, VP Entertainment at Nokia, the company announced the introduction of a new music subscription service titled Nokia Music +. Targeted at music lovers, the service will expand the range of content available.
The U.S. Library of Congress has just passed a new law that makes it illegal for anyone to unlock a smartphone, with first time offenders subject to fines of up to US$500,000, imprisonment for five years, or both.