Samsung Korea have prematurely confirmed the existence of the Sprint Instinct S30, the follow-up to the original Sprint Instinct, and given us an official photo of the cellphone too. Official details of the Instinct S30 - which for a while was known as the Instinct Mini - are still scant, but Samsung have confirmed a 3.2-inch touchscreen.
NVIDIA announced a serious update to their Quadro line today. In fact, much of their pro-graphics models are either being updated or relaunched. There are a lot of GPUs to cover, so let's get started, shall we?
Well this is pretty nifty. During this recession, many people are looking for ways to cut back on costs, so you might be paying extra close attention to your electric bill. But knowing how much energy you're using can be hard to track. That's why there's the Tweet-a-Watt.
Sometimes, things are just too good to be true, and that was certainly the case with the latest rumor about a price drop coming for the PlayStation 3 tomorrow. In fact, Sony is now saying this is 100% false.
I love my iPhone, but one of the biggest problems I encounter with it is that annoying buzzing it makes when anywhere near anything with a speaker. It's an awful screeching noise that can ruin a phone conversation and any music listening session. However, the QB-EM Shield is designed to fix the problem.
Could Canon be working on a professional digital camera? That's the buzz going around the rumor mill today and if true, the specs are expected to be pretty impressive. This could be completely false, but it's worth keeping your eye on, anyway.
If true, Canon is creating a video camera for the pro market that uses their 1x APS-C CMOS sensor. This would allow for video capture of up to 120 frames per second and 12.1 megapixels. Now that would certainly be impressive!
A few new lenses are supposedly in the works as well that would go along nicely with the camera. Specifically, a 16mm and a telezoom lens. Again, this is just a rumor at this time, but I think it would be a great addition to the Canon family. And I'm sure several pro videographers out there would like to see it come to fruition as well.
Sony will be releasing two new Blu-ray recorders soon that offer support for a variety of exporting options, the company announced today. The 500GB BDZ-A950 and the 320GB BDZ-A750 are sleek devices that allow users to export recorded content to Sony gadgets.
We've been hearing about it for awhile now, but Intel officially expanded the availability of their Nehalem-based Xeon processors today. Even though it was first introduced in the Mac Pro, the processors are now available in a wider-range of products.
The LG Lotus will be coming to Sprint very soon with one external difference: a textured red finish. It might not sound like much, but a new color option is often enough to sway a person's decision from a type of phone on one carrier to another.
Even though Netflix added a $1 to subscriber's monthly payments if they wished to keep the ability to rent Blu-ray discs just a bit ago, they are now raising the price once again. In fact, this increase constitutes nearly a 20% hike.