The prodiguous penguins @ VR-Zone have not got their wings on a Radeon 6990 yet – apparently there are only 2 pieces of this monstrous card (both on/off the shelves of 2 popular Sim Lim Square retail shops) in sunny Singapore. Nevertheless till then, we've compiled a list of choice reviews/reactions around the web about
According to a report from Xbitlabs' sources, AMD has finalized shipping dates for both Bulldozer and Llano. As expected, Bulldozer will be branded FX-Series, while Llano will receive the A-Series moniker. FX-Series CPUs are set to ship in the week starting June 20th, with A-series APUs following shortly after in the week of July 4th.
Leading DIY thermal solutions brand Thermaltake is showcasing the stylish Chaser MK-1, its latest mid-tower enclosure, at Cebit. It's touted as the world's first XB (extra big) ATX mid tower and boasts several convenient features, namely support for large CPU coolers up to 180mm in height, tool-less installation of 3.5"/ 2.5" HDDs/ SSDs, top mount
In today's news roundup: Review of the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe Motherboard; Bitfenix Survivor Core Midi tower case review; Judge lets Sony unmask visitors to PS3-jailbreaking site; More than one million Apple MacBooks sold are the Thin Air, and Rumour: Nintendo to announce Wii 2 in June .
Canon has announced the opening of the Canon Imaging Academy, a new training facility to educate users in photography and videography. In addition, the manufacturer has also launches new products including IXUS and PowerShot digital cameras, LEGRIA camcorders and EOS 600D and 1100D digital SLR cameras.
And rounding up the news for the week: Review of the Patriot XRB 64GB Solid State Drive; Diamond All-In-Wonder HD Premium AIW5000 review; Microsoft's Bing launches deals service; Sony says PS3 consoles seized in Netherlands , and Epic Would “Love” to Bring Gears of War series to PlayStation .
The first notebooks with Intel's dual core mobile Sandy Bridge processors have just started to arrive at retailers, at least if you're lucky enough to live in Taiwan, although other countries should have them soon too and the first two models we've spotted are both from Acer. Intel's little chipset snafu has delayed the shipment
In today's news roundup: AMD has reportedly contracted Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to manufacture its Hudson-series chipsets, which support the new Brazos platform; Two of ECS's motherboards, the ECS H67H2-M Black Deluxe and the H57H-MUS, get reviewed; Rumours about what users can expect in an upcoming 'iPad 3' have started circulating online; Android pushes
For those who want to see how Steve Jobs wow the audience with the announcement of iPad 2 and more, now you can. Apple has just posted the QuickTime video for the iPad 2 keynote address that happened earlier.
So what will Apple be surprising us in this special media event? Well, we have took the liberty of summarising what has happened at Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco for your reading pleasure.
We've gotten some rough performance numbers of the upcoming GeForce GTX 550 Ti in Futuremark's 3DMark 11 and Lost Planet 2. Is it as fast as it is rumored to be?
In today's daily news roundup: Bigfoot Networks announces its new high-performance Killer WiFi cards for notebooks; Intel releases a new dual-core Atom processor for netbooks; TP-Link showcases new energy-efficient powerline adapters at CeBIT; Razer's Naga Epic MMO gaming mouse gets reviewed; Sony is reportedly thinking of exploiting a loophole to get around the import ban
In today's news roundup: Intel's unlocked i7-2600K processor gets reviewed; AMD claims that Intel's Thunderbolt is 'just another proprietary interface', Samsung is reportedly planning a Galaxy Tab 2 launch on March 22; Images of Apple's iPad 2 appears to have been leaked out before its official launch; Our sister site SGCafe has a quick hands
NVIDIA today announced the latest version of the NVIDIA® CUDA® Toolkit for developing parallel applications using NVIDIA GPUs. The NVIDIA CUDA 4.0 Toolkit was designed to make parallel programming easier, and enable more developers to port their applications to GPUs.
Do you happen to own a HTC-branded smartphone that runs off Google's Android operating system? Well, if your answer to that questions is 'yes', this might be just the news needed to kick off your Tuesday morning to a good start: the OEM has confirmed that at least four products in its Android lineup have
Several EU e-tailers have listed PNY's take on NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 550 Ti, well ahead of launch. There are no major surprises from the details we first reported on the GTX 550 Ti earlier. The specifications are remarkably similar to the outgoing GeForce GTS 450 – 192 SP, 32 TMU, 16 ROP, based on
Apple has just formally launched their refreshed MacBook Pros and it's available right now online. While still retaining the same body, there has been a lot of changes under the hood.
According to a latest report from DonanimHaber, NVIDIA's upcoming dual-GPU flagship, the GeForce GTX 590, is all set to release at PAX East 2011 – which takes place between March 11th and March 13th. Prior to PAX East, the GTX 590 will be introduced behind closed doors at upcoming CeBIT 2011 (March 1st to 5th).
In today's news roundup: Enthusiasts ponder ways on how one might be able to build the cheapest possible PC based off Intel's new Sandy Bridge platform; OCZ's RevoDrive amd Vertex 2 SSDs get reviewed; Angry Birds officially crashes into Windows; Motorola's Atrix 3G smartphone gets reviewed; Nintendo might eventually produce a 'Wii 2' which may
In today's news roundup: Gigabyte is expected to launch a new overclocker-friendly motherboard, the X58-OC, which will supposedly feature various options not found on standard enthusiasts boards; Intel finally updates its aging Itanium lineup with the new Poulson processor; Microsoft charts out its ambitious plans to sway cloud computing and software-as-a-service applications to its fold