Tuesday, 24 May 2011
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.
Organised by Sphere, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SPH, presented by Lenovo and powered by Intel, L2P is back this year with more games and fun competitions.
HIS brings a game bundle for customers who purchase HIS IceQ X Series graphics cards.
M1 offers free calls, SMS and MMS to all its customers all day tomorrow.
Sapphire is supporting the release of Dirt3 with the introduction of two Special Edition graphics cards bundled with a coupon to download the full game free of charge.
Mobile payments startup Square, founded by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey with Jim McKelvey, are releasing an upgrade to their iPad app set to challenge traditional cash registers. Named Square Register, the app not only receives credit cards for payments, it now produces analytics for businesses to better understand their customers.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has told an audience in Japan that the next version of its Windows operating system will be released next year.
Back in Febraury 2011, Sony had forecast a profit of US$857 million for the fiscal year 2011. That figure has now been revised to a loss of US$3.1 billion. And it seems that the losses may keep piling up through 2012.
Apple Legal has sent a letter to Lodsys saying that its existing license for patents regarding in-app purchases applies to iOS app makers as well.
Gigabyte announces the ECO600 long-lasting wireless laser mouse, which offers a long battery life of up to 12 months and enables 10m efficient working distance.