Creative roll out more GeForce4 cards
Two new graphics cards from Creative hope to be a gamer's delight.
The 3D Blaster 4 Titanium 4200 sits at the bottom of Creative's high-end graphics card range based on nVIDIA's Titanium GeForce4 GPU (there are 4400 and 4600 models too). Beyond the graphics processor, the card boasts 64Mb of DDR memory running at 500Mhz and a range of features that gives the card the appetite to munch through some 113 million vertices a second and perform 1. ...more
A new Evo emerges
There's a new addition to Compaq's Evo notebook range, in the form of the N115.
The N115 fits in at the lost cost end of Compaq's business notebook range, being targeted at SOHO users.
Coming with Windows XP Professional pre-installed, the N115 has a 14in TFT screen, an integrated 56K v. ...more
Sony lines up the Cyber-shot T30
Sony has unveiled the Cybershot T30, its slim, high-spec digicam. Like the Cybershot T9, the T30 also has a combination of the Super Steadyshot and High Sensitivity collectively known as Double 'Anti-blur' technology.
Sony boasts that even without the use of flash you can confidently snap away and not have to worry about possible blurry results. ...more
Vista won't force hardware upgrades
Businesses won't be forced into accelerating their normal hardware upgrade cycles or shell out on the latest equipment in order to take advantage of Windows Vista, according to Microsoft's UK head.
'Vista hardware requirements are not that dissimilar to those of XP,' said Gordon Frazer, managing director for Microsoft UK, at the combined launch of Vista, Office 2007 and Exchange Server 2007 this afternoon.
'And there are a number of different experiences people can have with Vista. ...more
Adobe wins Emmy for Flash
Adobe has been awarded an Emmy for its Flash Video technology, emulating Apple and Sony.
The US National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences said that the award recognises the software's pivotal role in bringing television content to the Internet.
'Flash Video is fundamentally changing the role of video on the Internet, and this prestigious award is further proof of this technology's profound impact on how broadcasters deliver their content,' said Shantanu Narayen, president and chief operating officer at Adobe. ...more