Wednesday, 13 Oct 2010
Symantec today announced availability of the public beta of Norton 360 version 5.0, an all-in-one security suite.
Leadtek Research Inc. today released the low profile form factor of the WinFast GT 430 DDR3 1GB graphics card. The new product can lower GPU temperature by over 10% under the 3DMark benchmark.
The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, a book by J.W. Rinzler, is now available on Amazon. Wired.com has a review and a neat list of 10 things you probably didn't know about The Empire Strikes Back.
Sony today introduced Sony Internet TV, powered by Google TV - the world's first television with the ability to watch HDTV, enjoy apps, and browse the Internet seamlessly on one device.
Sony introduces two additional colours to the Alpha NEX-3 series of interchangeable lens system digital cameras. Currently available in black, silver, red and white, photographers will now be able to expand their style options with the NEX-3 in pink and brown.
While this comes from Cracked.com, a famous satire site, it does have a point though on how much money the music industry is actually worth.
Samsonite, the world's leading travel brand, launches its brand new range of camera bags tailored for young professional and amateur photographers looking to store and protect their DSLRs and myriad of accessories.
With a brightness level of 7000 lumens, high performance XGA (1024 x 768) resolution and interchangeable lenses to suit any surface, the Canon LV-7590 is the latest star in Canon's line of projectors.
Intel's 3rd quarter revenues have reached a new record high of US$11 billion despite prior warnings that they would fall below expectations.
If rumors are true then AMD's latest Radeon graphics cards will launch any time this week. Ahead of the launch, however, benchmarks of AMD's latest have been leaked and they are interesting, to say the least.