Some of our readers will remember the Panasonic Jungle, a new portable gaming device that was unveiled last year, it looks like Panasonic has now killed off the the Jungle.
Bentley, the manufacturers of some of the world’s most luxurious and expensive cars has decided to launch new new accessories for your iPhone, iPad and smartphones, the Bentley Collection.
Every time Google releases a new version of its Android OS, it places a statue on its front lawn outsite building 44 on the Google campus, the latest one has been added, which you can see in the photo below.
Intel has just unveiled it latest new SSD to be added to its solid state drive line-up, the new Intel 510 Series SSD equipped with 6Gbps SATA with read speeds of up to 500 Mbps and write speeds of up to 315 Mbps. Providing three times the rates of Intels current 3Gbps solid state drives.
Texas Instruments have refreshed and updated their range of TI-Nspire Graphing Calculators and now equipped them with 16-bit (320 x 240) full colour screens and Wifi, together with a range of other new features.
Including a new 3D graphing capabilities, that allows students to explore concepts from multiple points of view and develop a deeper conceptual understanding.
The LG Optimus 2X went on sale in Japan back in January, and LG has just dropped us an email to let us know that the new Optimus 2X will go on sale in Europe this month.
Intel has now completed its acquisition of McAfee for $7.68 billion which Intel first announced in August 2010. The acquisition was an all-cash deal and is the biggest of its kind Intel has ever made in its 42 year history.
MountMe has just launched its new line of iPad holders that allows you to attach your Apple device to nearly any flat surface using four suction cups positioned on the rear of their Freedom iPad holder.
The MountMe Freedom iPad holder also comes with a number of other attachments allowing you to secure it to practically anything you desire, and giving you the ability to pan 360 degrees and tilt your iPad 90 degrees.