Monday, 18 Oct 2010
PC Tools today announces the release of its 2011 performance and protection portfolio, including PC Tools Spyware Doctor, PC Tools Spyware Doctor with AntiVirus, PC Tools Internet Security, PC Tools Registry Mechanic1 and brand-new PC Tools Performance Toolkit2, built on the brands award-winning technologies.
Friday, 15 Oct 2010
Sony Ericsson extends its Xperia range with the new Xperia X8. New features include a Timescape social networking application and pre-loaded Android apps. The X8 will carry a 3-inch touchscreen and 3.2MP camera.
Microsoft Bing's search results will now include data pulled from Facebook. No release date has been given for the product outside the US.
Google has announced excellent third quarter results with a 32% increase in profit. Share prices were boosted by 9% after the announcement.
Frequent users of Skype and Facebook should find this a welcome update. Skype has revealed new key features for its Windows application which include the integration of Facebook News Feed and Phonebook, as well as a new group video calling feature available in open beta.
Thursday, 14 Oct 2010
The Singapore-developed iTwin device allows users to easily upload, download, or edit any file on either computer, creating a robust, peer-to-peer, hardware-enabled, AES-256 encrypted connection between the two computers.
Microsoft will release a tool for syncing Windows Phone 7 with Macs, according to a company statement. That could allow Microsoft to make a play for Apple fans.
Envivio announced today it has added support for the new Windows Phone 7 operating system to its multi-screen video head ends based on the 4Caster C4 family of encoder/transcoders.
Designed by the highly-acclaimed Razer R&D labs, the Razer Naga Epic epitomizes that fine balance between keyboard and mouse with 17 MMO-optimized buttons.
Sparkle Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today announced six SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 Graphics Cards, bringing unparalleled levels of price/performance to mainstream users.