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The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 22 Nov 2010


Here’s today summary on the recent technology news happening today. ARM claims Intel’s business model is doomed ; Sony Ericsson announces multi-touch update for X10; Acer to launch its tablets before Thanksgiving; Steve Jobs figurines are now available; and more information about the elusive Black Rock Shooter RPG is due to be announced this Wednesday.

Hardware news

Intel Microprocessor Business ‘Doomed,’ Claims ARM Co-Founder

Intel’s Sandy Bridge Will Not Skyrocket Sales of Microprocessors

Mad Catz Cyborg RAT 9 Wireless Gaming Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews

WORLD’S FIRST REVIEW: In Win Dragon Rider Computer Case Review

Samsung 470 Series 256GB SSD Review

This Concrete PC Case is a Work of Art

Qualcomm Reveals Next-Gen Snapdragon MSM8960: 28nm, dual-core, 5x Performance Improvement

Consumer products & software news

Sony Ericsson X10 To Have “Pinch Zoom” Multi-touch

Acer to launch their Tablet in U.S, ahead of Thanksgiving

‘Lightweight’ Version Of Angry Birds In The Works For Android

Steve Jobs Figurine Released

Arctic Sound P531 Headset Review @ OCIA.net

Apple’s Find My iPhone / iPad service now free, doesn’t require MobileMe

Macs increasingly vulnerable to attack

Nokia X2-01 Launched With QWERTY Keyboard

Gaming news

More Black Rock Shooter RPG Details On Wednesday

Umineko no Naku Koro Ni Gets Doujin Fighting Game

Square Enix Promises Structural Changes To FFXIV with mega-update

Sony CEO Speaks Out on PlayStation Phone

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