Tuesday, 5 Jul 2011
AMD announced its plans for the tablet segment at Computex last month, but a recent, leaked roadmap shows where it's all going to.
Samsung announces that the Samsung GALAXY S II has achieved global sales of three million units.
Initially utilized by musicians and recording studios, SoftStep works with any computer program to speed up access, making the computer as easy to use as a car's gas and brake pedals.
The TEW-656BRG, an ultra portable 3G Mobile Wireless N Router, shares a single internet connection from a compatible SprintT, AT&TT, VerizonT, or other USB 3G/3.75G modem, with multiple users.
Thermaltake introduces the Commander MS-I, an entry level mid-tower chassis with added features such as extra-long VGA support and cable management.
Meridian launches the DSP3200 Digital Active loudspeakers and Audio Core 200, combined to form a compact, yet powerful and versatile stereo system.
Monday, 4 Jul 2011
Sony's latest 3D home theatre projector VPL-HW30ES is now here! It's vibrant brightness levels is leading in its class thanks to Sony's latest Dynamic Lamp Control Technology significantly boosting the brightness levels entering the shutters of the 3D glasses.
The IPS-paneled ASUS PA238Q joins the ProArt Series of displays as a 23-inch, LED-backlit model with native 1920 x 1080 resolution. It ships with ASUS-exclusive QuickFit Virtual Scale software to display photos and documents in their true size on screen.
The Finnish company is seemingly limiting the Nokia N9 availability to certain countries, with major markets such as the US, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy left out.
In a post on Hulu's official blog, the company admitted that they've discovered an issue that caused some Hulu users to gain temporary access to other members' accounts.