Corsair announced the first 1600 MHz memory for Intel’s upcoming 3-series chipset platform – and previewed a 2000 MHz version of its Dominator memory.
The iPhone has been given a solid release date of June 29, according to a commercial that made its global debut last night.
Opinion - In a case of science fiction turned reality, Israeli scientists earlier this week claimed that they have created artificial memory patterns on cultures of neurons.
PQI has announced a new solid state drive with a capacity that rivals regular laptop hard drives.
The Free Software Foundation has released the final draft of the GNU General Public License 3.0, setting a timetable for the completed version by the end of June.
AMD has released the fifth driver upgrade for its Radeon graphics card family.
Sophos has published its security report for May and said that malicious code is spreading through the web at an accelerated pace.
Alexandria (VA) - Sony's mobile phone division is apparently looking at a gaming-centric phone, a market that so far has had a history of failure.
A patent from late last year shows a device that looks something like a PSP retooled to work as a mobile phone. The screen on the candy bar style phone can flip 90 degrees to make it look more like a slim PDA. Or, the phone can be turned horizontally to have a landscape mode screen orientation and a control set much like a handheld gaming device.
White Plains (NY) - Nokia has launched its two latest phones, the N75 and N76, sporting many of the same features seen in its other top-selling multimedia phones.
Both phones have a clamshell design, looking most like the N92 and N93 phones before it. They have no internal storage but have microSD card slots, currently offering up to 2 GB of external space. The two also contain Nokia's Series 60 Symbian operating system.
An eBay auction for a brand spanking new Apple iPhone has just ended for $800.
Chicago (IL) – Intel may soon be announcing a close relationship with Nvidia, which apparently will be contributing to the company’s Larrabee project, TG Daily has learned. Larrabee is expected to roll out in 2009 and debut as a floating point accelerator product with a performance of more than 1 TFlops as well as a high-end graphics card with dual-graphics capabilities.
Digital microphone specialist Akustica today announced what it calls the world's first high definition microphone for computers and mobile devices.
Lacie will soon begin offering a new version of its Ethernet Big Disk with a storage capacity of 2 TB.
Enthusiast PC maker Targa has upgraded the option list for its Raptor-60 notebook, which can now be equipped with up to three 2.5” hard disks and a Blu-ray drive.
Google has unveiled its first major software product that consumers can use without the need for a permanent Internet connection.