Everyone is still wondering if Sony's internet TV will be able to live up to the hype. With eyes waiting to see and the eagerly awaited Sony Internet TV powered by Google TV, the expectation seems to touch the sky.
With first event being held in Twickenham, London marks the start of Microsoft Convergence Europe 2010.
The event is being sponsored by LS Retail, To-Increase and Columbus IT. Kirill Tatarinov, corporate vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions, will be delivering the key note speech at all three events.
Today, Microsoft has launched Windows 7 smartphone, which is supposed to be ahead of the cutting edge of technology. It is supposed to give iphone and android, a big competition in the market. Microsoft has targeted the world of big and small business.
The chip giant Intel is following the video game industry by offering downloads for the processors but the question is that how many people would like to pay twice for the same chip. DLC, which stands for downloadable content is a popular feature in the video game industry but Intel is trying to drag it in to the computer industry.
Apple has selected Target for releasing its most awaited i-Pad tablet similarly few days ago there was a rumor that Internet giant has teamed up with electronics retailer Best Buy to sell its Kindle eReader device.
Microsoft is set to launch its new Internet Explorer 9 Beta version on September after it offered Platform Preview allowing few download to the browser without user interface.
The $35 tablet computer announced by the Indian government is set for an official launch early next year.
The contract to manufacture the affordable touch screen device named Sakshat has been given to HC LTechnologies. The IT services firm will deliver the device, which is meant for students in the country, by January 10, 2011.
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