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  • VueCube 4GTV broadcast trials starts

    Vue Networks has announced the commencement of their VueCube 4GTV broadcast trials over 4G network in Singapore. The trial will start with multiple channels including 24/7 streaming, VOD and 3D content broadcasting over the ZiiMAX high speed 4G network.

  • AMD Bulldozer details start to trickle out

    So far not too much have been known about AMD's upcoming Bulldozer processors, but now new details have leaked onto the web that reveals at least some of the details that many of us have been waiting for. Although the actual clock speeds of the upcoming AMD processors have as yet to be unveiled, it

  • Lego launches ‘official’ Lego thumbdrive

    We may have spoken about a few thumbdrives that feature designs inspiration by the coloured toy construction bricks known as Lego, but it does not change the fact that none of the aforementioned devices are officially recognized by the Lego Group. However, that is all set to change with the introduction of an 'official' Lego

  • Apple iPad 2 selling at an outrageous US$2,000 in Hong Kong

    If you think US$900 for the first spot in line to buy the Apple iPad 2 is ridiculous, in Hong Kong, the tablet device is going for US$2,000. (The 64GB Apple iPad 2 Wi-Fi+3G is selling for US$829).  

  • Apple’s iPhone 5 will not support NFC technology

    When so many websites devoted to sniffing out rumours about Apple's upcoming products seem to agree on a certain point, it is almost always the truth, right? Well, apparently not: the rumour that Apple will be supporting NFC in its upcoming iPhone 5 has seemingly been debunked by reports claiming that the Cupertino giant has

  • Report: AMD FX-Series Lineup Revealed

    Xbitlabs have revealed a tentative lineup of four incoming Bulldozer chips, to be branded AMD FX-Series. The top-of-the-line flagship will be AMD FX-8130P, featuring 4-module, 8-core, 2MB L2 cache per module (total 8MB), 8MB shared L3 cache, and a TDP of 125W. The launch clock speed is estimated to be as high as 3.50 GHz.

  • Samsung Factor clamshell phone announced

    A low cost, clamshell entry level Samsung phone has been announced. Known as Samsung Factor, it features VGA camera, web email access to your Gmail, MSN and Yahoo and instant messaging on Yahoo, AIM and MSN.

  • Sandy Bridge-based Pentium G840 processor shows up in China

    A month ago, we posted information that Intel was planning to release up to seven new processors based off the new Sandy Bridge microarchitecture sometime in May this year, and that one of these processors would be marketed under the Pentium brand. Well, guess what: screenshots of what appears an evaluation model of that Pentium

  • Logitec launches ‘industry’s smallest’ Ethernet hub for Japanese market

    While most of Singapore was caught up in the various discounts and offers taking place at the annual IT Show held at Suntec City Convention and Exhibition Centre, a company in Japan known as Logitec was busy launching a new product that ought to change the way we look at the humble Ethernet hub. Does

  • Sony PlayStation 2 games coming to Tegra 2 mobile devices?

    With more Android devices being powered by dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processors, you can expect to see better resolution games available. And Sony Computer Entertainment will also be extending its PlayStation games for these devices, and maybe PlayStation 2 games too.

  • IT SHOW 2011 Coverage

    IT Show Singapore 2011 is upon us, and needless to say there are going to be lots of IT-related offers awaiting the bargain hunters who have waited months for this day. As usual, VR-Zone headed down to the exhibition grounds at Suntec City Exhibition and Convention Centre to bring you the coverage of the event.

  • EVGA announces dual-GF104 GTX 460 2Win

    Remember the much rumoured dual-GF104 cards from way back in May 2010? After several unreleased prototypes, EVGA has finally taken the step of announcing the first retail dual-GF104 card, the EVGA GTX 460 2Win. To put it simply, the GTX 460 2Win puts two GTX 460 GF104 1GB on one PCB. EVGA goes an extra

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 10 Mar 2011

    In today's news roundup: Advances made to MRAM technology might see it rivaling performance of DRAM and SRAM soon; Sparkle's Calibre X580 graphics card gets reviewed; Microsoft's Patch Tuesday does little to secure Internet Explorer from a known security hole; HP drops a bombshell on Microsoft by announcing its plans to preload its desktop PCs

  • Apple releases iOS 4.3 update

    Apple today has push their iOS 4.3 for all users running on later iOS device hardwares. First mentioned last week at Apple's iPad special media event, you can now update your iOS device to iOS 4.3 through iTunes.

  • IT SHOW 2011: The Preview

    Held from 10th to 13th March 2011, IT SHOW 2011 is the largest IT, digital, mobile and consumer electronics exhibition here in Singapore. This year, there will be more than 830 exhibitors over a combined exhibition space of 350,000 square feet. Join VR-Zone.com as we give you a sneak peek of what you can find

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 09 Mar 2011

    In today's news roundup: Reviews of ASUS ENGTS450 DirectCU OC video card ; AMD Fusion vs Intel Atom: Clash of the Integrations ; AMD launches a dual-GPU, 350W monster card; HP planning to put WebOS on every PC it ships in 20 and12; Microsoft job postings hint at Xbox 360 successor; the passion of Shift 2 unleashed . 

  • Gelid Showcases GX-7 CPU Cooler

    Gelid is displaying the GX-7, its latest high-end CPU cooler at CeBIT. The tower cooler has seven copper heat-pipes, 46 aluminum fins, and is equipped with two Wing 12 120mm fans operating at speeds up to 1500 RPM.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 08 Mar 2011

    In today's news roundup: Reviews of AMD's latest dual-GPU graphics card, the Radeon HD 6990, have started flooding the Internet; Intel announces the launch of its new Core vPro processors; a leaked Blackberry roadmap reveals plans for an OS 7 sometime in November this year; Adobe hopes to bypass Apple's 'no Flash' stance with a

  • Genius Launches SlimStar 8000 Wireless Keyboard-Mouse Combo

    Taipei-based Genius has released the SlimStar 8000 wireless desktop combo in North America. Powered by three AAA batteries, the mouse and keyboard connects to the PC via a 2.4GHz wireless technology USB adapter.

  • Transcend Unveils SSD18C3 Portable SSD

    Transcend has announced the SSD18C3 Portable SSD. Measuring 98.7 x 65.7 x 17.45mm and weighing 70g, the compact portable drive features a "vibration-absorbing and slip-resistant" silicone case, One Touch auto-backup button, a MTBF of 1,000,000 hours, and delivers data transfer speeds up to 260Mb/s via its USB 3.0 interface. The SSD18C3 Portable SSD, backed by