Monday, 25 Oct 2010
Adobe announces Air 2.5 for TVs, tablets and phones, and within the press release, there's a mention of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 slated for future updates on the Windows Phone platform.
Netgear announces three unique hybrid cloud storage services for business customers. First, NETGEARâ€™s rackmount ReadyNAS storage platforms now include up to 100GB of online archive capacity. Secondly, business-class ReadyNAS storage platforms now support a cloud file server option which seamlessly shares files between local and remote users. And finally, the company is delivering portals that simplify service billing and management for channel partners.
Walton Chaintech Corporation releases its first ever LED Mini Projector, the APOGEE MP2000. The APOGEE MP2000 adopts DLP and BrilliantColor technologies from Texas Instruments (TI), and is able to deliver 100lm of brightness with 858Ã—600 resolution. With embedded LED lighting, this mini projector can offer a high screen contrast ratio of 2000:1.
Dell introduces the XPS 14 and XPS 15 laptops in tandem with the launch of the new XPS line. The new notebooks come with JBL and Waves sound design, HD video streaming webcam, and NVIDIA graphics. For the gaming community, gamers can now interact in an integrated one-stop environment through the Alienware Arena portal at http://www.alienwarearena.com/.
Inspired by the Lamborghini Murcielago roadster, the 12-inch ASUS-Lamborghini VX6 features the second generation NVIDIA Ion discrete graphics with Optimus power management technology. The VX6 sports a dual-core Intel Atom D525 processor and Bang & Olufsen ICEpower technology.
HP has plans to market the Windows 7-based Slate 500 tablet as a "business tablet".
Amazon has decided to allow e-books on the Kindle to be lent to other users, something that has been available on the nook since its launch
AMD has just released their next generation graphics cards and with the high-end "Cayman" GPU set to be unveiled in the following months, word on the street is that NVIDIA has a new part to unleash too.
Friday, 22 Oct 2010
AMD's next-generation graphics cards introduce unprecedented levels of game performance, best-in-class energy efficiency, and an unmatched feature set starting at $179.
The new MSI R6800 family includes R6870-2PM2D1GD5 using the AMD Radeon HD 6870 GPU and R6850-PM2D1GD5 using the AMD Radeon HD 6850 GPU, with new "Pipe Touching" technology that lowers core temperatures by 10%.