Tuesday, 26 Jul 2011
Samsung's impressive sales performance in Q2 narrows the gap with Nokia, the current leader in the smartphone market share.
Cisco expands home networking with simple-to-use Linksys Switches for home office and entertainment use. Also launched is the Wireless-N USB Adapter.
More official details have been confirmed about the Playstation Vita, including cross-game voice chat capabilities and its in-game "gifting"/social networking functions.
Designed to cater to mainstream users, the Supersonic Xpress USB 3.0 flash drive combines portability and a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface for maximum performance.
The tech giants post record high revenues of US$69.94 billion for the last fiscal year showing that the company is still in excellent health.
It's a dark day for e-book readers on the iPad, no longer can you buy e-books directly from within Apple's iOS apps.
Mozilla, the people behind the Firefox browser, is making its own mobile operating system called Boot to Gecko, or B2G.
Research in Motion is getting ready to reveal more of its BlackBerry devices running its latest BlackBerry 7 OS. Details are still scarce, with no word on whether it's the BlackBerry Bold 9900, a new Torch, or perhaps even a new series.
Thermaltake introduces the Level 10 GT LCS chassis and CPU liquid cooling systems Bigwater A80 and Bigwater 750 PLUS.
Google has begun deleting user accounts on Google Plus with "questionable" profile names. According to Google's policies, Google Plus members are not allowed to use professional titles, pseudonyms or unusual characters in their user name.