Wednesday, 5 May 2010
For those of you who are interested in achieving top performance from GPUs in diverse applications using Monte Carlo simulations can now obtain an updated version of the NAG numeric routines from the Numerical Algorithms Group.
Tuesday, 4 May 2010
Patriot launches Viper II Series Sector 5 Edition 2500MHz DDR3 Memory. The new modules are specifically designed for Intel P55 platforms paired with Intel Core i7 CPUs.
Adobe ships the Creative Suite 5 which includes five new versions, namely the Creative Suite 5 Master Collection, Creative Suite 5 Design Premium, Creative Suite 5 Web Premium, Creative Suite 5 Production Premium and Creative Suite 5 Design Standard.
MasterCard announces new NFC mobile payment solution for multiple handsets. MasterCard Worldwide is collaborating with Gemalto to pilot a Near Field Communications (NFC) device equipped with the Gemalto Upteq N-Flex Solution which supports MasterCard PayPass.
The MX JET drive delivers best-in-class read and write speeds clocking in at up to 260MB/s read and 200MB/s write along with the maximum of 15,000 IOPS and superior durability (1.5 million MTBF) compared to previous generation drives.
RAIDON Technology introduces the GT1640 External Hard Drive enclosure with eSATA & USB3.0 interfaces. RAIDON Technology also released two types of USB 3.0 PCI Express Cards for desktops and notebooks.
Epson launches new iPrint app which enable owners of Apple iPhone, iPod touch and iPads to print wirelessly to Epson printers over WiFi. The Epson iPrint also works with most Epson Wi-Fi enabled printers or Epson Ethernet printers connected to a wireless network via a wireless router.
Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 and its restrictions towards apps created by third party compilers is now facing a potential antitrust probe by either the US Department of Justice or the Federal Trade Commission.
Nokia's Ovi app wizard allows anyone to create an app for the Nokia Ovi Store.
According to Net Applications, the market share for all versions of Microsoft's IE have dropped below 60%.