Friday, 15 Apr 2011
David Pogue of the New York Times reveals that a new Flip camcorder had originally been due to ship, one day after Cisco announced it was killing off the Flip business.
The world's most expandable 2U server with quad NVIDIA Tesla GPUs and integrated InfiniBand, the ESC4000 helps professional users conserve space and energy while offering a high density architecture that supports dual CPUs.
WAVI, the world's first wireless HDMI kit to feature two-way wireless USB control designed to stream PC content to the big screen, is offered as a pair of devices that bridges the gap between the home office and living room.
Futuremark confirms that PCMark 7, a new benchmark offering complete PC performance testing for Windows 7, will be released on May 3, 2011.
APNIC makes final IPv4 address delegations to existing network operators, while holding on to its reserve for start-up network operators.
Thursday, 14 Apr 2011
MSI releases the N570GTX Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics card. Featuring the latest Twin Frozr III dual fan cooling module, it incorporates the exclusive Propeller Blade technology for 20% more airflow.
MicroVision announces the opening of a Research and Development centre at NTU which will focus on developing innovative breakthrough products using MicroVision's PicoP technology.
HIS launches its 6790 IceQ X Turbo 1GB GDDR5 graphics card, which is designed for the most demanding gamers to experience an outstanding performance in gaming.
HP's webOS 3.0, their platform of choice for tablets, gets previewed at PreCentral, using the SDK emulator.
RIM's first tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook, is reviewed by the Engadget gang. Verdict?