Thursday, 15 Sep 2011
Norton by Symantec today announces plans to deliver Norton One, a personalized service that will protect customers across multiple devices.
Sony today introduces the Balanced Armature in-ear headphones, a range of 11 new high performance models featuring Sony's new BA technology.
Gefen today announces two new comprehensive KVM switchers for DisplayPort computer systems using USB 2.0 peripherals.
Sapphire announces the HD 6870 Dirt3 Special Edition, which includes a dual fan cooler as well as a voucher code for the full game in the package.
New MacBook Pros might be retailing before the end of the year according to Time's Techland.
RIM announces the launch of two BlackBerry 7 OS based smartphones in Singapore.
Privacy seems to be the buzzword now; Google will give the owners of Wi-Fi routers worldwide the option of removing their devices from a registry Google uses to locate cellphone users.
The word's official: Playstation Vita will be released in Japan on the 17th of December alongside 26 applications and games.
If you think Apple and Intel are strange bedfellows, let Apple's Thunderbolt strike it out now! This I/O technology will leave Apple's ecosystem to make its debut on non-Mac devices by early 2012.
Google boosted its patent portfolio with the purchase of an additional 1,023 patents from IBM.