Thursday, 21 Apr 2011
Xperia PLAY will be available in stores tomorrow. The latest in the Xperia range of Android-based smartphones, it delivers functionality that the most serious power users could need, teamed with the immersive gaming experience that any gamer would want.
Symantec announces the release of Symantec Messaging Gateway 9.5. Powered by Brightmail, this latest release extends unparalleled antispam capabilities with personalised protection against unwanted email.
Evercool launches Dr. Cool, a specialised cooler for routers and IP sharing devices which was designed with three features in mind - branding, creative aesthetics, and effective cooling.
XFX debuts the XFX Radeon HD 6670, HD 6570, and HD 6450, which are all specially designed to accelerate everything computing.
Sources within Apple's supply chain have revealed that the new iPhone with a faster processor will start production in July/August.
Intel CEO has revealed that the chip giant has received the source code for Android 3.0 for tablets from Google, and the company is working on porting the operating system over to the x86 architecture.
Synology announced the release of the DS411+II, the successor to the DS411+. Like its predecessor, the high-performance DS411+II runs the renowned DiskStation Manager (DSM) 3.1.
Hello-Hello introduces 11 new language courses for Android phones.
Symantec reports that global spam volume have decreased significantly due to the shutdown of Rustock.
Wednesday, 20 Apr 2011
Philips introduces their in-ear SHE2675 and SHE3575 headset series which are available in vibrant block colours.