Wednesday, 1 Sep 2010
M1 Offers Free Three-Months Trial and Introduces New Broadband Plans on the New National Fibre Network
M1 will be offering four new broadband plans for residential customers with downlink speeds of 1Gbps, 100Mbps, 50Mbps and 25Mbps and up to 500Mbps uplink speeds on the new fibre network.
Tuesday, 31 Aug 2010
Leveraging the Next Generation National Broadband Network (NGNBN) deployed by OpenNet and SingTel's own extensive fibre infrastructure, SingTel will provide unparalleled fibre service quality and speeds to both retail customers and wholesale to RSPs.
Logitech took another step toward delivering on its promise to bring HD video to anyone, anywhere, unveiling a full lineup of HD webcams and the recently announced Logitech Vid HD.
After nearly a month of rumors foreshadowing the deal, it's now official: Intel is buying Infineon's wireless unit for $1.4 billion in an all-cash transaction that will close in the first quarter of next year.
Numerous premium prizes including digital cameras are waiting for those who are planning to get their desired Kingston products at COMEX 2010.
Monday, 30 Aug 2010
The company announced that it will transition the ATI brand to AMD with the first products to carry the AMD Radeon brand to be launched later this year.
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft has launched an astonishing lawsuit against some of the biggest tech companies in the world, including Apple and Google over patents owned by his now-defunct tech lab.
Friday, 27 Aug 2010
Buffing their numbers of their Xonar range is the new Xonar DG sound card from ASUS. The Xonar DG comes with dedicated amplification for headphones to cater to PC gamers who prefer to experience their games through personal audio.
XFX releases the ATI Radeon HD 5970 4GB Black Edition Graphics Card with a customized P-90-themed LAN bag designed for organizing peripherals. The XFX ATI Radeon HD 5970 also features six Mini-Display port outlets which enable you to run up to six displays with ATI's Eyefinity technology.
MPEG-LA, the group holding the patent rights for use of MPEG video codec standards, including the popular H.264 codec, has announced that it will not charge royalties for any website using it to stream freely available video.