Thursday, 20 May 2010
The new web-based GPS tracking system allows customers the added convenience to keep tabs on the status of their food order from the moment it is ordered to the moment it leaves the store for delivery.
They're the ones who toil night and day to make us our high-priced gadgets while they get by at minimum wage. Chinese news site Southern Weekend sent its intern on an undercover mission to discover what it's really like to work in a Foxconn factory.
NVIDIA announced today that the latest IBM iDataPlex servers are the first mainstream high performance computing (HPC) systems to be built around NVIDIA Tesla 20-series GPUs.
Lenovo's latest IdeaPad and IdeaCentre PCs offer something for everyone, with clever features that inspire fun and creativity, and a complete range of form factors and designs that fit specific consumer needs.
Google, Mozilla, and Opera have announced the launch of the WebM Project. The goal of the project is to develop a high-quality, open-source, royalty-free video format suitable for the Web.
Rumor has it that Intel will remove restrictions of screen sizes on netbooks powered by their N550 dual-core Atom processor.
Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Do mobile phones cause brain tumors? A long-awaited study has an answer (of sorts).
Sophos is warning Facebook users to be wary following a video attack on users designed to infect computers with adware. Thousands have been hit by the attack which posted a fake video to profiles claiming to be the "sexiest video ever".
Amazon says Kindle App for Android coming this summer.
Mach Xtreme today unveiled MX-NANO Series with worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s largest 256MB SDRAM cache memory 1.8-inch PATA SSD.