Samsung apparently reckons netbooks aren’t as profitable as they were before. According to a report on Blogeee, Samsung sent an email to its trading partners claiming that they’ll stop making 10.1-inch devices aka netbooks in first quarter of 2012. The exact reason is not known but the email did say that in lieu of the smaller underpowered notebooks, they’ll make 11.6-inch and 12-inch ultraportable and ultrabook devices.
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Tenda has launched new security cameras targeted at home and small business owners. The CP3 is a 360-degree Full HD camera but is equipped with AI smarts that aim to one-up the competition. It comes with S-motion detection that can accurately detect and identify human body shapes and movements, which will notify the user via […]
Stuffcool has launched India’s first car charger that supports up to 115W charging. Dubbed the Ultimus115, it’s a three-port charger that is equipped with two USB Type-C ports and one Type-A port. The top-most Type-C port can deliver power up to 65W, making it the perfect slot to charge your MacBook or other Type-C laptops […]
With esports tournaments seeing a resurgence, Ubisoft has teamed up with Esports Club to hold a Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege South Asia Nationals 2022. The tournament will see players from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh compete for a prize pool of $10,000. The events will begin next month wherein there will be three separate […]
After months of speculation, Sony has finally revamped its PlayStation Plus service that aims to give better value to PlayStation gamers. The service now basically combines PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now to offer an array of games to gamers, including the two free monthly games. The service is slated to go live in June and […]
Ahead of Game Developers Conference, Ubisoft announced a new tool that will potentially ease and expand the limits of game development. Ubisoft calls it Scalar which basically harnesses the power of cloud computing and frees game developers from hardware limitations while developing the game. Ubisoft does maintain that it is not a new game engine […]
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