Samsung may already have a name for their next blockbuster smartphone. Called the "Galaxy Sleek", will this phone live up to its name?
In the dispute between HTC Corporation and Apple Inc., the US International Trade Commission (US ITC) ruled in the favor of Apple, which is a reversal of the original decision. It turns out that Apple received a secret helper in the form of Advanced Micro Devices.
New Norwegian startup FXI wants to make its mark with what it calls 'Cotton Candy'. This 21 gram device the size of a flash drive can convert any display or TV with HDMI port to a cloud-client. You can even boot your PC or notebook with it, and get on to the cloud.
Adobe's long stand for Flash's viability comes to a conclusion when they announced the end of their efforts for developing Flash for mobile devices. Apple iOS supporters get their victory following the fulfilment of Steve's opinion in April 2010, but is this victory just for Apple fans?
With 2560×1400 'retina' displays expected on Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks next year, even the 2048×1536 iPad 3 may not have the portable hi-res lead for long. But, why not 16:10 2560×1600 then instead? Makes it easier to see the photographs and documents in real proportion…
It's actually quite amazing how many products Samsung makes and there's no wonder that the company is starting to have such a dominant place in the mobile market space. The company announced no less than five new products related to mobile products, a new HD CMOS sensor, a 16Megapixel CMOS sensor, faster 64GB eMMC flash
The ever-popular Mooly Eden keynote show focused on Sandy / Ivy Bridge ultrabooks and the first showing of working Haswell system.
Looks like our grandiose next generation Intel UltraBook Platform prediction was wrong. Instead, the just announced Razer Blade is a slim 17-inch notebook equipped with an underwhelming Intel Sandy Bridge Dual Core Processor and Nvidia GT555M GPU, going for a not very competitive US$2799. Where is the salvo against "shoddy console ports and sub-par console graphics"?
Hot on the heels of the Mac OSX 10.7 Lion release on the App Store, the Cuppertino based fruit themed manufacturer have updated their MacBook Air ultraportable and Mac mini to (finally) feature the latest Core i5/i7 Sandy Bridge processors from Intel, Thunderbolt (aka Light Peak) I/O ports and battery sapping backlighted keyboards. Eagle-eyed Apple
So you got your 1GHz+ dual core smartphone or tablet and want to watch some videos on it, or at least you did until you remembered that it only has a sluggish USB 2.0 port on it. Although this is unlikely to change overnight, Cypress Semiconductor's now has a solution which we'll hopefully be seeing
We received an interesting set of notebook memory in the mail recently. Kingston claims these HyperX Plug n Play modules will run at DDR3-1866 speed right out the box, so we decided to take them for a quick test drive…
Although we expected AMD to announce its A-series of APU's first at Computex and then at E3, it seems like we've finally gotten there as today is D-day uhm, A-day(?). AMD has launched no less seven mobile parts today, although so far the desktop models have as yet to make an official appearance.
We wrote about Norwegian CUPP Computing a few days before Computex and we meet up with them at the last day of the show for a quick hands on with their new setup. Although we didn't actually get to fondle the PunkThis board, as it was hidden away in a perspex box, the company also
ASUS has been enjoying a phenomenal year, picking up numerous design wins and awards including the "Champion of the Best Choice Awards" for the Eee Pad Transformer. Join us as we venture into ASUS' massive Computex booth at Nangang Exhibition Hall. *Updated Coverage @ 6pm*
Microsoft's 2011 annual Computex keynote centered upon its cloud computing vision and HID/multi-platform convegence technologies: "Windows Platforms – your foundation for innovation". The event was held at Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) next to the Taipei 101.
Get wowed by the latest mobile, laptops and tablet devices showcased at Computex 2011! While many manufacturers building up various product portfolio for their brands, we also saw many extraordinary new devices in the market. Some in which actually made us difficult to categorize them into the correct category! *Constantly Updated*
VR-Zone has obtained additional Android based Asus Padfone pictures which was unveiled yesterday at Computex Taipei 2011 "Breaking Rules". Check in for more!
How fast can a top-end notebook based off Intel's new Sandy Bridge platform run? Say, 3.2GHz under TurboBoost? Well, leave it to Origin to go off the charts with its latest lineup of factory-overclocked notebooks that are reportedly being sold with clock speeds of 4.5GHz, along with other major hardware goodies not found in most
Until very recently, Acer was the only major notebook OEM which had yet to update its entire product line with models that featured Intel's new Sandy Bridge platform. However, if you have been waiting all this while for a low-priced notebook that packs the latest specifications from the likes of Acer, today is going to
Back in December, DonanimHaber revealed the codenames of AMD's next-gen mobile GPUs – Wimbledon, Heathrow, Chelsea and Thames. Three months on, DonanimHaber has posted AMD's 28nm mobile GPU roadmap. Much of the details from Decemeber still apply, with some additional information. The first GPUs, Heathrow, Chelsea and Thames are set to be produced starting Q4