Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Toshiba is supposedly backing out on Chromebooks and Windows 7 Tablets.
Word is that Apple is adopting a curved cover glass for the iPhone 5.
Microsoft previewed the next major release of "Mango" through a series of media events around the world. The "Mango" release will be available for free to Windows Phone 7 customers.
Nokia announces two smartphones - the Nokia E6 and Nokia X7. Aimed at business people and entertainment enthusiasts respectively, the two devices are the first Nokia smartphones to contain the updated Symbian software.
Intel processors may arrive in tablets as soon as this July, with Acer rumored to be one of the first to deliver such a tablet.
With the new BitFenix USB3.0 Front Panel and the BitFenix Internal USB3.0 Adapter, PC enthusiasts now have added flexibility for adding and upgrading their systems to USB3.0.
OCZ will showcase their latest flash storage technologies at Computex Taipei 2011 from May 31st to June 2nd.
Barnes & Noble to launch slimmer and lighter e-book reader on June 10. The upcoming black and white Nook will feature a 6-inch touch screen and can hold up to 1,000 digital books. It also features the latest E Ink technology which significantly minimizes flashing during page flips.
Tuesday, 24 May 2011
Kingston announced it is shipping a 32GB Class 10 microSDHC card, adding to its family of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB Class 10 cards.
Dell today introduced the XPS 15z laptop, the first in a series of new, thin and ultra-powerful products from Dell to come this year.