Monday, 23 Aug 2010
Today Logitech introduced the Logitech Wireless Combo MK520, a full-size mouse-and-keyboard combination featuring Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz connectivity, that puts comfort and control at your fingertips.
Toshiba today announces its new range of Toshiba Portable and Desktop Hard Drives, featuring complete system backup and restore, password-protected encryption (data files) for added security and other enhanced software features, offering Windows computer users complete peace of mind.
Toshiba Announces the New Waterproof Camileo BW10, the Latest Addition to its Camileo Full HD Series
Toshiba today announced a new addition to its line of HD camcorder, the Camileo BW10. The Full HD waterproof Camileo BW10 is designed for active sports fans, adventure travelers and families who want to capture their memories in high definition.
Intel Corporation announced today a dozen of new netbooks based on its new, mobile dual-core Intel Atom processors are available in stores today.
Ever wondered what the Death Star briefing in Star Wars IV would have looked like if done in PowerPoint? Wonder no longer.
Friday, 20 Aug 2010
The Plantronics GameCom 777 features 7.1 Dolby Headphone technology in a plug-and-play USB sound card for the PC and Mac. Dolby technology delivers a virtual eight-channel audio experience and positional microphone accuracy essential for competitive gaming.
Equipped with large memories, 80+ power supplies and virtualization applications, the ASUS RS704DA-E6/PS4 duo-node and RS500A-E6/PS4 servers provide optimal performance and reliability.
The ASUS Republic of Gamer (ROG) Rampage III Formula uses the Intel X58 chipset, enabling support for some of the fastest processors available, including the i7-980X six-core CPU.
BlackBerry's very own app store, named BlackBerry App World, has been officially launched as BlackBerry App World 2.0, moving out of its beta stages and offering paid applications to BlackBerry users.
The successor to last year's prosumer Canon S90 has been revealed. The Canon S95 looks like an incremental improvement rather than a radical one, carrying over many of the same features.