Thursday, 21 Oct 2010
The new member of the MSI Lightning graphic card series, N480GTX Lightning, is tailored for extreme overclocking.
GIGABYTE introduces a powerful new addition to its Super Overclock Series: GTX 460 SOC (GV-N460SO-1GI).
Google has released version 7 of its Chrome Web browser for Mac, Windows and Linux.
Apple today unveiled an all new MacBook Air, the first of a next generation of notebooks which will replace mechanical hard disks and optical drives with Internet services and solid state flash storage.
BenQ announces the expansion of its HD projector lineup with the introduction of three new models: the W6000 (1080p), W1000 (1080p), and W600 (720p), targeting tech-savvy home theater enthusiasts and content-conscious home entertainment fans.
Wednesday, 20 Oct 2010
M1, in partnership with Trend Micro, will offer an Internet security solution for personal computers to its clients. M1 will offer three different packages comprising various software components such as anti-virus, anti-spyware, web threat protection, unauthorised change prevention, anti-spam, firewall optimisation, parental controls, data theft prevention and others.
The Nokia N8 smartphone, powered by the Symbian platform, is now available for pre-orders via Singtel's website or Nokia's pre-order site. Pre-orders will run from October 20th onwards.
Razer rides on the popularity of Blizzard's franchise with the introduction of a new line of Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty gaming peripherals. They include the Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse, Razer Marauder StarCraft II Gaming Keyboard and Razer Banshee StarCraft II Gaming Headset.
WD has announced that it is now shipping a 3.5-inch 3TB internal hard drive for US$239 and a 2.5TB version for US$189.
Steve Jobs showed no mercy when it blasted RIM's lower shipment figures and how the 7-inch tablets will be dead on arrival. In response, RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie responded to the statements.