Monday, 6 Jun 2011
Toshiba unveils its two new additions to the Qosmio series with the launch of the F750 and the X770. Designed with the gamer's needs and requirements in mind, both laptops boast specifications to optimize display and provide excellent graphics.
Kingston Announces Collaboration with Symantec, EA, PopCap and Maxthon for Future Versions of urDrive
Kingston today announced relationships with Symantec, Electronic Arts, Inc., PopCap Games and Maxthon. Software and games from these four companies will be a part of urDrive. a free pre-loaded application on various Kingston USB DataTraveler Flash drives.
The new Wi-Drive from Kingstone stylishly delivers wireless, portable and shareable storage for iPad, iPhone and iPod users.
Symantec recently observed a pharmaceutical spam campaign abusing the YouTube brand. Users beware.
Kingston has teamed up with SandForce to offeR a SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/s) SSD targeted at enthusiasts and gamers. In order to facilitate installation and usage it is available in a bundle with the HyperX Upgrade Kit.
With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) happening early tomorrow, the internets are going wild with rumors of what's likely to surface. Here's a roundup of rumors around the web.
The new ROG Matrix GTX 580 Graphics Cards from ASUS are introducing a brand new set of overclocking and performance tools, including TweakIt, ProbeIt, Safe Mode and GPU Tweak.
Kno releases app for iPad that allows students everywhere the luxury of reading their textbooks on the iPad. Oh the horror.
After years of rumors and scraps of information, along with the waiting, Apple is finally able to confirm its iCloud service and announce pricing details for its latest service.
Motorola hasn't been very successful in keeping things under wraps, what with the earlier website snafu, and now, a series of video tutorials for its upcoming Motorola Droid 3 leaked on the web.