Monday, 7 Feb 2011
OCZ Technology releases a new ZX Series power supply that is ultra-quiet and highly efficient. The series features an 80 Plus Gold certification and delivers up to 1250W of continuous power.
One of the most popular and well-known audio brand in the world, Klipsch, has been acquired by Audiovox for US$166 million.
Play the latest games and explore 3D home theater quality with the new Gainward GeForce GT 440 1GB graphics card.
Toshiba's latest range of 20-inch REGZA GL1 3D TVs, priced at a hefty US$2,940, sold a mere 500 units since its launch a month ago, while its 12-inch sibling sold even fewer numbers. Toshiba expected sales figures to hit 1,000 for each model during its first month of sales.
Wednesday, 2 Feb 2011
Microsoft and Google are engaging in an open war of words today after Google accused Microsoft's Bing search engine of copying Google's search results.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7's data leak has earlier been attributed to a third-party service, and just two days ago, the company has come out and admitted that the issue lies with Yahoo! Mail.
Microsoft and Yahoo have finally acknowledged that Yahoo is, as has long been suspected, culpable for Windows Phone 7's excessive data usage.
Sparkles announces its new GeForce GT 440 Graphics Cards. With 96 cores and Core Clock of 810 MHz, the graphics cards provide full support for HD, bringing the home theater experience to you.
GIGABYTE launches the latest GeForce GT 440 series graphics cards, GV-N440TC-1GI and GV-N440D3-1GI, which has up to 30% better performance and also supports DirectX 11 tessellation. GIGABYTE GT 440 series graphics cards also have higher default GPU working frequency, offering users amazing gaming experience.
The ZOTAC GeForce GT 440 series is available with 512MB and 1GB DDR5 memory that connects to the graphics processor via a wide 128-bit memory interface capable of lightning-fast communications between the graphics processor and memory.