Over the past two days not many reviews have really been published. However, here are some of the highlights to spend your weekend reading.
Two new security updates have been released for the popular web browser, Firefox 3.0.14 and 3.5.3 have been released by the Mozilla team.
Microsoft’s DirectX team has just released its DirectX End-User-Runtimes for August 2009. Their latest update includes the first official release of the DirectX developer resources for Direct3D 11, DXGI 1.1, Direct2D, and DirectWrite.
Trusted partners of Intel have been told that Intel is planning to release the Core i7 mobile versions of the Lynnfield quad-core CPUs at IDF, which is scheduled to being on the 23rd of September.
Dell has brought out two new CULV notebooks, and they’ve got bigger, they are now available sized 14 or 15 inches.
Whilst the PS3 3.0 firmware update brought an exciting number of new features to the console, by far the most successful has to be the direct link to BBC iPlayer from the XMB.
Today Intel released the all new Intel Core i5 processors, along with two new Intel i7 CPU’s and the Intel Xeon 3400 series. These high performance processors introduce the Nehalem microarchitechture to mainstream desktop and basic server markets.
Entering into XFX’s product portfolio tomorow will hopefully be the company’s first power supply unit. The PSU is rumored to be part of the ‘Black Edition’ series of products, joining some of XFX’s most prestigious products, namely graphics cards.
Spotifiy is preparing to offer offline versions of the playlists PC users create, as well as users on mobile phones.