Friday, 7 May 2010
Sony brings the stunning technology that revolutionized consumer displays to its line of professional monitors with the launch of its first Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) professional field monitor; the PVM-740.
Symantec Corp announced that it has signed definitive agreements to acquire PGP Corporation and GuardianEdge Technologies, Inc., two privately-held leaders in the email and data encryption market
NEC announced today its participation as the only Japanese vendor in Singtel's field trials of LTE (Long Term Evolution), a next generation mobile communications standard.
Not surprisingly, Samsung has just unveiled their first mobile phone with 3D display, the Samsung W960, which is currently only available in South Korea.
These figures may not be conclusive, however, it is interesting to know there is a possibility the Apple iPad has inflicted a degree of collateral damage on budget mobile computing solutions, and not just solely with competing tablets of the same genre as the iPad.
Net regulator ICANN has switched on a system that allows full web addresses that contain no Latin characters.
Thursday, 6 May 2010
Sony Singapore today expands its Walkman MP3 player collection with the launch of the latest Walkman W series. Advancing its revolutionary design, the new W series is now water resistant and washable.
The new Autodesk Softimage 2011 digital content creation solution integrates two key NVIDIA technologies; the NVIDIA PhysX Engine and NVIDIA CUDA.
Sanus Systems announces the latest addition to its VisionMount Super Slim TV wall mount category. The new VLT15 Super Slim Tilting Mount places ultra-thin LCD, plasma and LED TVs just .82-inches from the wall and allows up to 10 degrees of tilting capability.
Xigmatek releases a fully white coated chassis with the usual features like being tool-free and water cooling support.