Thursday, 13 Oct 2011
With the release of AM3+ socket processors by AMD, ASUS is first in the market to provide a diversified 9-Series motherboard lineup to support the 32nm AMD FX Series CPUs, which are the first processors featuring up to eight cores on a single chip.
Based on the new Fermi 2.0 architecture, the factory-overclocked GTX 560 Ti Twin Light Turbo Limited Edition features boosted GPU performance and is equipped with the outstanding "Twin Light Turbo" cooler.
The Hyper PWM CPU Cooler targets a delicate balance between cooling potential and noise, performing extraordinarily well while maintaining minimal noise levels.
HP is said to be considering spinning off its PC business, but may change its mind after global PC shipments jumped from 17.3 percent to 17.7 percent.
Bose unveils a new over-ear Bose OE2 headphones which feature the signature Bose TriPort technology and hopefully deliver the high quality sound the company is known for.
Microsoft unveils a larger 320GB hard drive for your Xbox console that's compatible with the newer Xbox 360 S models.
Security issues at Sony has caused it to lock down over 93,000 user accounts as a precautionary measure. This is the second major security breach suffered by Sony this year.
Samsung will be upgrading three of its Galaxy smartphones in the Netherlands to avoid the sales ban in Europe.
Sony to recall 1.6 million Bravia LCD TVs worldwide due to a faulty component which may cause the TV to melt or catch fire.
Besides the iOS 5 update, Apple's iCloud service has also gone live and available for iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion and even Microsoft Windows Vista and 7.