Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011
Sapphire rolls out HD 6670, HD 6570, and HD 6450 graphics cards, aimed at entry level and mainstream users.
Dipping profits compel Philips Electronics to relinquish its TV division to China-based TPV Technology. Philips will own 30 percent of the new venture, while TPV will secure the rest.
NVIDIA has posted their first Release 270 WHQL-certified driver including an equivalent Verde driver for notebook PCs.
The New York Times has noticed that the iPhone 4 is fast becoming the most popular camera in use on Flickr, rising in growth and now just trailing the Nikon D90 which is number one.
While we await for more smartphones powered by dual-core 1GHz processors, Samsung has already made plans for its dual-core 2GHz phones by 2012.
Apple has sued rival Samsung, claiming that Samsung's Galaxy line of mobile phones and tablet "slavishly" copies the iPhone and iPad, according to court papers.
Yahoo announces it will not longer support Yahoo Buzz from April 21st 2011. Instead, Yahoo will focus on their core business strengths and new innovations.
Monday, 18 Apr 2011
AVerMedia announces the DarkCrystal HD Capture SDK II, a 1080p full HD video capture solution for professionals in diverse industries such as internet TV broadcasters, online education institutes, or instrument and medical manufacturers.
The P-series debuts with two models designed specifically for entry-grade installation environments such as corporate boardrooms and higher education classrooms.
ASUS releases the Eee Pad Transformer which has been highly anticipated as the perfect tablet solution for both media consumption and mobile productivity.