Monday, 12 Apr 2010
Sony's new Walkman W series is now water resistant and washable while the B series now has a new intuitive user experience with booming bass.
Kingston introduces an exciting addition to its ValueRAM server memory product offering, ValueRAM Server Premier Memory. This product line is made specifically for mission-critical server systems that require maximum uptime and reliability.
Google decides to factor speed into their web search rankings. That's right, the faster your site, the better it will now rank. Time to get a faster host?
A colour e-reader which supports video and potentially web browsing in future, as demonstrated by Dutch researchers.
AMD's upcoming 6-core processors will have its own 'Turbo Mode' that will automatically increase the clock speeds when 3 or more cores are idle.
A square-shaped phone. Now that's something we haven't seen in a long while, and it would seem as though Motorola might be bringing such a phone in, with Android 2.1 and Motoblur.
An eagle-eyed Reddit reader has noticed four new Apple notebook SKUs appear Microcentre purchasing system, indicating that new MacBook Pros are on the way.
Friday, 9 Apr 2010
It wasn't too long ago that Adobe announced a Packager for iPhone feature in Adobe Flash CS5 that would allow Flash projects to be ported as native apps for the iPhone. Well, with the release of the new iPhone Developer Program License Agreement for iPhone OS 4.0, Apple has effectively shut that down.
Apple announced brand new iPhone OS 4.0 features in a media-only event yesterday, slated for release this summer.
Although the GeForce GTX 480 officially supports only 3-way SLI, motherboard maker EVGA has confirmed that 4-way SLI will indeed work.