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Thursday, March 7, 2013


Sony Sets Bold PlayStation 4 Sales Targets – Report. Sony  Playstation  Orbis  AMD  Jaguar  Radeon  ATI  28nm  Delta  Foxlink  Foxconn  Pegatron
[10:59 pm]

Sony Reportedly Orders 16 Million PlayStation 4 Consoles for First Year

Microsoft Shows Off Ultra-Large Touch-Screen Display with Kinect, Predicts Laptops with Motion Sensors. Microsoft  Windows  Windows 8  Kinect  Leap Motion  Tobii
[10:53 pm]

Microsoft Expects Future Laptops to Feature Motion Sensors

Apple and Intel Have Discussed Foundry Deal – Media Report. Apple  intel  semiconductor  22nm  14nm  10nm  7nm
[10:40 pm]

New Chief Executive of Intel May Be More Active Regarding Foundry Business

Nvidia Preps GK110-Based "Titan" Professional Graphics Card – Rumour. Nvidia  Quadro  GK110  28nm  Kepler
[10:25 pm]

Nvidia Quadro K6000 in the Works, Says Medis Story

MSI Readies Intel Z87-Based Mainboard Certified to Run in Sub-Zero Temperatures. MSI  Intel  Core  Haswell
[9:35 pm]

MSI Preps Military Grade 4 Mainboards for Extreme Overclocking

Mobile PCI Express Specification Unveiled by PCI-SIG, MIPI. PCI Express
[8:13 pm]

Smartphones, Tablets and Convertibles Set to Get PCI Express 3.0 Technology

Patriot Reveals Wireless External Hard Disk Drive. Patriot  Aero  HDD  Patriot Memory  ios  android  Kindle Fire  Amazon  apple  google
[7:38 pm]

Patriot Launches 500GB, 1TB Wireless HDDs for Mobile Devices

Adata Introduces Ultra High-Speed, Cost-Efficient SD and microSD Memory Cards. Adata  SD  SDHC  SDXC  UHS-I  NAND  Flash
[7:00 pm]

Adata Unveils UHS-I U1 Memory Cards with Affordable Price-Tags

VoodooPC Founder Joins Razer as Advisor to Board of Directors. Razer  Voodoo  Microsoft  HP  Envy
[9:59 am]

Rahul Sood to Advice on the Future of Razer

Nvidia Announces PhysX and APEX Support for Sony PlayStation 4. nvidia  PhysX  sony  playstation  orbis  amd  radeon  ati  GPGPU
[9:27 am]

Sony PlayStation 4 to Support Nvidia PhysX