Monday, 21 Mar 2011
In order to ensure a a standard platform, eleven companies from the consumer electronics and automotive industries have come together to decide on protocols for vehicle and smartphone connectivity based on the Terminal Mode standards unveiled by Nokia last year.
The top level domain (TLD) has been approved for use for the pornography websites. No doubts, eyebrows were raised.
Facebook stretches its social network dominance further with the acquisition of Snaptu, bringing its services to users of feature phones that are commonly found in developing countries.
Creative has upgraded its ZiiO 7-inch Android-based tablets to Android 2.2. Current Creative ZiiO 7-inch owners will be able to enjoy a free upgrade beginning 25 Mar.
Friday, 18 Mar 2011
Sapphire has announced a whole host of new graphics cards with multi-view capabilities and support for a wide range of output ports. The graphics cards are targeted specifically towards those who regularly use multiple monitors during the course of their work.
The durable, feature-packed Vostro 3000 laptops from Dell deliver premium design and some models offer more than 12 hours of battery life with the concerns of the small businesses in mind. They also feature SRS Premium Voice Pro to provide virtual collaboration options.
Continuous Data Protection 6.0 from SonicWall introduces new, sophisticated management interface and offers high capacity for backup and disaster recovery purposes.
The new Inspiron R line expands Dell's portfolio of products with second generation Intel Core processors. They boast the latest technology, a superior entertainment experience, impressive battery life and a new interchangeable lid option.
The Samsung Nexus S offers the latest version of the Android platform, Gingerbread, 4" Super CLEAR LCD touch screen with curved design, front and rear-facing cameras and 1GHz application processor.
The New York Times' David Pogue took a private photo lesson from professional Tom Bear and came away with some class tips; including how not to miss a shot by 'chimping' out.