Thursday, March 24, 2011
Gateway outs new AMD Fusion powered notebooks: "Gateway has announced three new additions to its NV notebook family, each taking advantage of the latest AMD platform. The new models all feature a stylish satin black case, a 15.6-inch, 1366 x 768 resolution LED-backlit display, Radeon graphics and run on Windows 7 Home Premium."
Posted by steve at 11:51 AM
BlackBerry PlayBook tablet gets price and release date: "RIM says that the BlackBerry PlayBook is the world's first professional-grade tablet, delivering 'industry-leading' performance which includes multitasking capabilities, support for Adobe Flash 10.1, high definition multimedia, and out-of-the-box enterprise support."
Posted by steve at 11:50 AM
Gemlike 3D microscope lens developed: "Engineers from Ohio State University have developed what they say is the world's first microscope lens capable of obtaining three-dimensional images. While 3D microscopy has already been achieved, it has previously required the use of multiple lenses, or of a single camera that moves around the object being imaged."
Posted by steve at 11:49 AM
Artega SE joins growing list of all-electric sportscars: "It's nice to see that mass-market daily drivers aren't the only vehicles going electric. Improvements in battery and materials technologies have opened the door for high performance electric vehicles like the Tesla Roadster, Li-ion Motor's Inizio, Mercedes Benz's all electric SLS AMG E-Cell Gullwing and Audi's e-tron series, just to name a few."
Posted by steve at 11:48 AM
Sprint announces HTC EVO 3D smartphone and EVO View 4G tablet: "The recent 3D home entertainment revolution – and I use the term loosely – may be centered on big screen TVs but 3D is also increasingly finding its way into mobile devices. Nintendo will be first out of the gates this week when its much-anticipated 3DS is released, while the world's first 3D smartphone, the LG Optimus 3D, is rumored to be getting a June release."
Posted by steve at 11:47 AM