Friday, 1 Oct 2010
Google attempts to break down the reliance on JPEG with a new image format that promises much lower file sizes while not compromising on visual clarity.
Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, adds 16GB model to expanding FX USB3.0 flash drives series today.
With the HD2 model, the O!Play range expands its multimedia functionality to cover even more ground, including the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s first media device with USB3.0 support to transfer high definition video and audio in ultra-fast speeds.
Dell recently announced the launch of the new Inspiron Zino HD, offering outstanding home-theater capabilities.
TomTom, the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s leading provider of location and navigation solutions, today announced the arrival of the multi-award winning portable navigation devices (PNDs), the TomTom GO 750, TomTom XXL 550 and TomTom XL 250 in Singapore.
Today Google announced that Android Market will increase consumer access and developer support for paid applications in several new countries.
QNAP New NMP-1000P Delivers Digital Home Experience with Premium-quality Video, Audio, File Sharing and Backup
QNAP Systems today announced the NMP-1000P Network Multimedia Player, a unique new product for audiophiles and AV enthusiasts.
A study conducted by researchers from Duke University, Penn State University, and Intel Labs has discovered that some Android apps are secretly sending private data to advertisers without their users' knowledge.
HP names LÃƒÂ©o Apotheker as its new CEO after the departure of Mark Hurd in August.
Seems like the Windows Phone 7 rumors are building up, and what came into the wild today are leaked images of HTC's Windows Phone 7 device, known as the HTC Spark.