Tuesday, 5 Apr 2011
Gefen announced its newest breakthrough for an extra long-range extension of HDMI devices.
The Nikon D5100 DSLR camera, successor to the 2009 D5000, has been leaked. The new camera, which lies somewhere in the prosumer/entry-level mark, has a 16MP sensor this time round, up from the D5000's 12MP.
AMD has announced that production units of its Llano APU have begun shipping to its OEM partners.
Standard Chartered has introduced a new feature on Breeze, its award-winning mobile banking app that aims to help customers manage their own money better.
According to Displaybank, Samsung was the leading HDTV brand for CCFL and LED backlit LCD TVs shipped globally in February 2011.
Loaded with HIS performance-leading cooling technology and silent configuration, the new model designs for the most demanding gamers to experience a truly outstanding performance and spectacular image quality.
Monday, 4 Apr 2011
Emerson announced that Fujitsu has significantly improved its data center reliability and efficiency.
HTC reaffirms an Android 3.0 update to its HTC Flyer tablet as it awaits the source code from Google.
On April Fools, Google created a new service called Gmail Motion as a prank, but researches have actually made it a real thing.
Leaked early builds of Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 8, show that the company is experimenting with a ribbon interface ala Microsoft Office.