Friday, 25 Mar 2011
In an unexpected turn of events, Sony Ericsson has reversed its decision regarding the Android update for its Xperia X10, bringing the Android 2.3 update to X10 users in Q2/Q3 2011.
NZXT announces the H2 - a silent mid-tower chassis that reduces the chaotic noise produced by powerful gaming PCs.
Gigabyte launches its latest premium graphics card - GV-N590D5-3GD-B, with has two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 500 series GPUs on a single board and high speed GDDR5 memory.
Lenovo announced the ThinkCentre M91 and M91p desktops designed to give large businesses the highest levels of performance, security and manageability.
Unlike its projectors in the VPL-E Series such as the existing VPL-EX120, VPL-EX145 and the VPL-EX175, the VPL-EW130 can present images in native WXGA resolution on a widescreen, allowing projection in a wider display range compared to XGA resolution.
NXP launched a new application which allows Android smartphone users to use their NFC-enabled handset to create their own NFC tags.
ASUS presents the GTX 590, which uses dual NVIDIA GF110 cores and presents more graphics processing output than any single-board product developed to date.
Zotac reveals the GeForce GTX 590 graphics card - the world's fastest graphics card capable of delivering extreme visual clarity and mind-boggling frame rates.
RIM has officially announced that the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook's Java engine will support both BlackBerry Java and Google Android apps.
Foremay has introduced its first disk-on-chip solid state hard drive into its OC177 SSD product family offering.