Vuzix Corporation is thrilled to announce its latest innovation to the Video Eyewear market, alias the iWear AV310, which boasts a true widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio.
We briefly detailed Super Talent's new MasterDrive solid-state drive lineup yesterday, although we now have a full-press release at hand showcasing the new additions.
With its Core V2 series now out and about, OCZ has slashed the prices of its slower, original SSD lineup. After the $70 rebate, Newegg stocks the 64GB variant for $99.
Hot on the heels of the 216 shader GTX 260 launch, EVGA has announced its own factory overclocked flavor equipped with its Hydro Copper 16 water block.
Sony has told Laptopmag.com that the company is watching the evolving netbook market from a distance, and will enter after its pioneers have "made the mistakes".
Sandisk has unanimously rejected Samsung's acquisition proposal, stating that the $26 per-share offer "significantly undervalues" the company. More here.
If you're curious as to what Intel has in stall for the remainder of this year and 2009, then DigiTimes has an article which should be considered crucial reading.
Valve has dispelled rumors which suggested that the company will soon be acquired by Google. The rumors, which originated at The Inquirer, are "complete fabrication".
Adobe has confirmed that Creative Suite 4 will arrive on September 23rd. The release, which will include Photoshop CS4, will be announced through a webcast.
If you're unable to take part in Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Championship in Taipei next week, then needless to worry, as there's another competition you can enter...
If you crave to see the Mythbusters firing the Mona Lisa out of paintball guns in full HD, then an attempt by Nvidia to keep Nvision in the news should satisfy.
Upcoming shooter Rage has been delayed due to certain "storage issues" on the Xbox 360 which aren't apparent on other platforms, commented id's Tom Willits.