Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011
Facebook announces the launch of Facebook Places in Singapore. Users will be able to see if any of their friends are currently checked in nearby and can make connections easily.
NEC announced today the development of technologies for digital cameras in movie mode that suppress the noise produced by motors and other mechanisms used for optical zooming and that these technologies are featured on system LSI for the EXILIM EX-ZR10 digital camera by Casio Computer Co., Ltd.
ASUS is showcasing products and technologies that form part of its 'seamless mobility' concept at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
OCZ Technology announces it is the first SSD manufacturer to successfully complete the transition to 2Xnm NAND flash-based storage solutions.
Apple today announced a new subscription service available to all publishers of content-based apps on the App Store, including magazines, newspapers, video, and music.
TYAN today launched a new 4U server system designed for CPU-intensive and HPC applications that supports four AMD Opteron 6100 series processors. TYAN offers both the 4-way 8812motherboard, as well as the FT48-B8812 server platform.
HTC announced two new phones built entirely to be social, combining the simplicity, ease-of-use and depth of HTC Sense with the power and connectivity of Facebook - HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa.
We're not sure if NVIDIA's pulling our legs here, but their chip naming conventions for their upcoming Tegra chips have left us chuckling...
Panasonic introduces the Viera R3 Series in Japan, which includes a 37-inch Full-HD and 32-inch HD-Ready models fitted with an IPSÎ± panel and a whopping 1TB HDD for TV recording. The other model in tow is the VIERA S TH-P42S3, an entry-level 42-inch Full-HD PDP with 3D and USB HDD recording support.
Opera announces a sign-on to an agreement to ship the Opera Mini browser worldwide on Qualcomm's Brew MP.