Wednesday, 9 Feb 2011
MSI announces the next-generation Hawk series, the R6870 Hawk graphics card. Equipped with the advanced Twin Frozr III thermal design, the all new R6870 Hawk is the world's first graphics card to use propeller blade technology.
Nokia's new CEO, Stephen Elop, sent out a long and brutally honest memo to the company, likening the Finnish outfit's current situation to standing on a burning platform.
RAIDON releases the new generation of SAS 6G storage solutions, the 2880 Series, which can be easily deployed while offering stability at highest performances beyond 700MB/s to the SMB.
According to recent data, smartphones have outsell PCs for the first time in history, showing that the future of computing is indeed, mobile.
Unveiled by Parrot, the Parrot AR.Drone achieves spectacular flights with incredibly intuitive handling and enables video games play in augmented reality.
Tuesday, 8 Feb 2011
Olympus today announced four new digital cameras - Olympus SZ-10, VG-110, VR-310, and VR-330. Here's a quick look at what these cameras have to offer.
Fujifilm announces the commercial release of FinePix X100, a high-grade digital camera featuring an APS-C CMOS sensor, a Fujinon 23mm fixed focal length F2 lens and a newly developed Hybrid Viewfinder.
Sophos addresses the consumerisation security gap by extending lightweight security and device control to broad range of mobile and smart devices.
Gigabyte helps optimize performance of P67 & H67 mobos by releasing 6 Series SATA Check utility.
Mozilla aims to release four major version of its Firefox browser in 2011 - this means by the end of the year, you may be using Firefox 7 instead of the current 3.6! Maybe they are picking up some tips from Google's Chrome release cycle...