Monday, 21 Jun 2010
Apple's A4 chip has been the subject of much discussion and debate, this article attempts to address some of the mysteries behind the chip.
Besides its plans to integrate Adobe Flash with its Chrome browser, Google now wants to add Adobe's PDF support to its browser.
Friday, 18 Jun 2010
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) today announced that it now offers free incoming calls, 24 hours a day to prepaid mobile customers.
Motorola today announced its plan to support "802.16e Enhanced" features in its WiMAX product roadmap, working with ArrayComm to implement advanced baseband technology.
OCZ Technology launches 1.8 inch Solid State Drives (SSD) to offer a storage upgrade for the thin and light market.
Thursday, 17 Jun 2010
Boy Genius Report has written up a possible browser privacy issue with the HTC Incredible and Sense UI.
Sony announces at E3 a new PlayStation Move controller and their new subscription service for their PlayStation Network, PlayStation Plus.
PC Show 2010 closed with an estimated 950,000 number of visitors and over $51.6 million in sales for exhibitors. This was a drop from last year's PC Show which numbered 1.16 million visitors and $52.1 million in sales.
Sony made a mention of the upcoming PlayStation's Move Shooting Attachment in their E3 press release. If you've read about the sweet toy without catching a glimpse of it, here are more images to whet your appetite for this futuristic gaming peripheral.
According to rumors, NVIDIA is preparing a 512 core Fermi card to solidify its position and strengthen its grip on the GPU speed crown.