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Latest News - April 2011
- Google Talk Enables Video Chat On Android Smartphones
- Hulu Pushes Out V2.3 Update For Hulu Plus On iOS
- Nexsan Ships Enterprise-Class Storage Boxes With 3TB Drives
- Time Warner Cable Hits 10 Million ISP Customers
- Verizon Wireless Restores LTE Access
- VIA Introduces Dual-Core Nano X2 E-Series CPUs
- DOJ Ends Ten Years of Microsoft Oversight
- PSN Credit Cards May Be Up For Sale; Sony Hints At Compensation
- AMD Lays ARM License Rumors To Rest:
- Nintendo 3DS Sales Slump; Company Plans Adapted Marketing
- MSI Introduces 4th Generation Smart Touch AIO
- Adobe Ships Flash Player 10.2 for Android 3.0 Tablets
- Best Buy: PlayBook Sales "Far Exceeded" Expectations
- MSI Releases Cards Based On AMD's HD6700 Series GPUs
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All News for April 2011
Google recently launched Google Talk with video and voice chat for Android phones. With the service, users will be able to video or voice chat with their friends and family directly from an Android phone. Calls can be placed over 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi connections. According to Google, the new features will first roll out to the Nexus S phones over... Read more...
The title pretty much says it all here. Hulu has just made available an update (v2.3) for Hulu Plus on iOS, which brings new search results that are organized into tabs, amongst other things. There's also a new dedicated button on the Movies menu for our popular and growing Criterion movie collection. The company's also making "a number of... Read more...
And you thought the consumer storage business was booming. As corporate companies look for new edges to advance their response times and reliability, enterprise storage vendors are cranking out new gear to serve those wishes. Nexsan certainly isn't a name you hear shot out with WD and Seagate, but on the enterprise side, they're making big... Read more...
You may not love Time Warner Cable, and you may wish you had a couple of other ISP options, but the numbers are talking this week: TWC just signed up their ten millionth high-speed Internet user, which is certainly a milestone worth celebrating. The high-speed wars have been boiling for years now, and TWC is hardly the only nationwide player.... Read more...
Well, better is definitely late than never in this case. After dealing with a ~24 hour outage of their LTE network, Verizon Wireless finally has their 4G systems in order, and phones are now coming back online. It's definitely not unusual for pockets or service to see minor blips of service disruption from time to time, but an entire telecom... Read more...
Given all of the attention that Intel and AMD have demanded since the year began, it's been somewhat difficult for the smaller chip makers to get any facetime whatsoever. But now, with the Embedded System Conference ongoing, VIA is stepping back into the spotlight with a new dual-core option that's sure to make waves at the component level.... Read more...
When the Department of Justice and Microsoft hammered out the terms of their agreement in 2001, one of the strictures was that the software giant would be subject to official DOJ oversight for a period of five years. In 2006, the DoJ opted to extend the term another five years, but the government body won't be doing the same thing again. On... Read more...
Even as Sony continues to struggle with bringing the PlayStation Network (PSN) back online, there are rumours that credit card numbers gleaned in the attack are already available for purchase. According to Kevin Stevens, senior threat researcher at Trend Micro, various parties are already offering sections of the... Read more...
Earlier this week, we covered AMD's announcement of its upcoming OpenCL programming conference and how it plans to offer information on making the most of its Llano APU and that processor's capabilities. One of the rumors rumbling around since then has been whether AMD and ARM would pursue any sort of cross-licensing agreement. AMD's director... Read more...
After a strong initial release, sales of Nintendo's newest 3DS have slumped significantly. The company had planned to sell at least four million units by the end of its fiscal year, but only moved 3.61M. During his speech at the company's investor conference, company CEO Satoru Iwata said the latest handheld required a different approach.... Read more...
MSI announced a new touch model, the Wind Top AE2070. This 20-inch, multi-touch all in one is powered by an Intel 2nd generation Dual-core Processor G620 and Intel HD Graphics 2000. MSI also offers hardware upgrade options for the Wind Top AE2070, offing an Intel Core i3 CPU or NVIDIA GeForce GT540M high-performance graphic card. The Wind... Read more...
If you're an Android user, try not to hit your head on the ceiling fan as you jump for joy. Why? Well, Adobe last night announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets and is available for download in the Android Market. Eventually, this could prove to be a big deal, but it looks as though a Honeycomb update... Read more...
With a little more than a week's worth of sales figures to analyze, mega electronics retailer Best Buy said that BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC sales have so far been much higher than expected. Whether or not Best Buy is feigning surprise to boost consumer confidence is hard to tell since the chain didn't release any figures, but assuming Best... Read more...
It happens every single time. AMD or NVIDIA reveals a new GPU, and then OEMs race to get cards out based on those new chipsets. MSI is among that group, and they've just launched a new group of graphics cards based on AMD's HD6700. The R6770-MD1GD5, R6750-MD1GD5 and R6750-MD512D5 are the new guys, and all of them support the latest version... Read more...