We’ve seen news on Micron’s latest SSD, so don’t forget to see what Micron’s Vice President of memory system development, Dean Klein has to say about it!
Nexus Technology, established in 2000 in Holland, has unveiled the FLC-3000 R2 CPU Cooler, successor to its popular FLC-3000 CPU cooler (released in 2008).
Lian Li has launched the Mini Q Series PC-V354 mini tower case, targeting users on the lookout for PC cases with small footprints.
Buffalo is preparing to launch its MiniStation Metro series of portable HDDs in Japan.
Buffalo Japan has launched its latest flash drive, the RUF2-JVS.
NVIDIA’s initially forecasted revenues for Q2 FY 2011 were $950-970 million. However, in July, NVIDIA revised their forecasts to $820 million, so the Q2 FY 2011 financials should be no surprise. NVIDIA’s Q2 FY 2011 – 2nd May to 1st August – final revenue was reported as $811.2 million, a sharp drop from Q1 FY
With battery problems on the some early-generation iPod Nano, Apple in Japan has been under pressure from the government to resolve the issue. And the company has agreed to replace the devices that are overheating.
Rumour has it that Samsung is planning a tablet release sometime later this year. As per most mobile devices on the market today, the Samsung tablet will run on Android, and is slated to be exhibited at IFA in Berlin next month. Read on for more information about Samsung’s elusive tablet.
For years, Mac users had to watch their Windows counterpart with envy about getting Flash with hardware accelerated features. The good news is that the wait has finally come to an end today, for Adobe has just announced a new version of Flash for OS X which comes with hardware-accelerated H.264 decoding. Read on to
The Nokia E series smartphones are designed for the business users and features enhanced connectivity as well as support for corporate e-mail push services. The E5 is the latest model in the series that offers a full QWERTY keyboard, 5-megapixel camera, as well as HSDPA/HSUPA and WLAN capabilities.
CDL Trading Pte. Ltd., distributor for GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. products in Singapore, invited GIGABYTE’s Technical Marketing Manager to showcase GIGABYTE’s latest technology focus and demonstrate the recently-launched Cloud OC to our local PC hardware enthusiasts. Food and drinks included, of course.
Give most standard notebook batteries a year of charge-discharge cycles, and chances are they would only retain slightly more than half their original capacity after that period. For busy professionals who are always on the move with their notebooks, that usually spells trouble. And that is precisely the kind of trouble ASUS is looking to
The ASUS CineVibe headphones is not your regular pair of ‘gaming’ cans; besides offering advanced audio rendering, the CineVibe has integrated reactive force feedback technology, making it vibrate in tandem with the action on the screen.
Apple may have already dropped their ‘I’m a Mac’ advertisements, but it seems certain that Microsoft is not about to let its rival walk away like a smug winner. And what better way to take the sting out of a Apple’s campaign by using the competition’s own comparison against itself? Read on to find out
According to Apple spokesperson, an executive who’s overseeing the iPhone hardware engineering is leaving the company. However, no reason was cited as to why Mark Papermaster was leaving though speculations were because of the AntennaGate issue on the iPhone 4.
At one point of time, rumours were abound that Apple was seriously considering AMD’s GPUs over Nvidia’s, no doubt due to the licence issues between Nvidia and Intel. Those rumours have finally been proven true: the company’s new iMacs and Mac Pros will be powered by AMD’s Radeon graphics solutions. Read on for more information.
Taipei-based EVERCOOL Thermal Corp., Ltd., has announced its Battle Hero laptop cooler, expanding its line-up of thermal solutions for laptop / netbook users.
TEAC Corporation, an electronics company based in Japan, has unveiled the DV-W28PUK-T, its latest external DVD writer.
California-based Super Talent, has unveiled the DuraDrive ET2 and ZT2 SSDs, targeting enterprises and industrial sectors.
Google is finally putting an end to the Wave project, a move which isn’t unexpected due to lack of user interest. The Google Wave is designed as a communication and collaborative web tool.