Friday, 20 Aug 2010
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.
In Monolith Black or Glacier White, the BitFenix Colossus combines an aggressive futuristic design with clean modern lines. Its top and front surfaces are coated with proprietary BitFenix SofTouch coating.
Intel spends US$7.7 billion on security software maker McAffee in a surprising move.
Thursday, 19 Aug 2010
Canon unveiled seven new addition to their PIXMA home printer series, including two printers with a new touch system interface.
The Nikon D3100, an update to the entry-level D3000, has been officially announced. Besides the new DX sensor designed by Nikon, the big inclusion is full HD video with continuous auto-focus, a feature that's so far eluded video DSLRs.
Lian Li has announced a new mini tower casing in its Mini-Q series, the PCQ-11, which will be available in four different colors.
Similar to Foursquare and Gowalla, the new Facebook Places service lets you check in at locations using the iPhone Facebook app and announce to your friends where you are.
Leaked images of the Nokia C7 has started floating around the web, which will most likely make an appearance in the following weeks.