Wednesday, 14 Sep 2011
NVIDIA announces its Windows 8 Developer Program to provide developers with tools and resources for building applications for the hundreds of millions of ARM and x86-based devices that will take advantage of Windows 8.
Researchers from the University of Leeds have developed a polymer jelly that could make batteries of the future safer, cheaper, smaller and more powerful.
Xbox Live functionality will be making its way on to Windows 8 and Microsoft intends to reveal more about the move soon to app developers interested in getting a foot in the door early.
The hardworking folks at Mozilla give Android tablets a fresh take on web browsing. Hit the jump for more.
Microsoft's latest OS is definitely an attempt to penetrate into the tablet market, yet at the same time it has to stay true to its PC roots. Will it succeed?
Martin Fichter, the acting president of HTC America conducted a scientific focus group at his daughter's college and remarked that iPhones are not that cool anymore.
Intel and Google announced they will work together to enable and optimize future versions of Android for Intel's family of low power Atom processors.
Indilinx today announced that OCZ Indilinx SSDs featuring the Everest Series SATA 3.0 (6Gbps) platform are shipping in LG Electronics’ ultra-thin notebooks.
Tuesday, 13 Sep 2011
AMD announces that it has achieved the Guinness World Record for the "Highest Frequency of a Computer Processor", by overclocking the upcoming 8-core AMD FX desktop processor.
ViewSonic releases the ViewPad 10Pro dual OS tablet with Intel Oak Trail Platform. Tailored for business users, the device allows you to switch between Windows 7 Professional and Android platforms.