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  • Canon and SingTel announce Canon Cloud Advantage

    This morning, Canon and SingTel jointly announced the Canon Cloud Advantage for the SMEs and growing enterprises. Read on to find out more.

  • PSU Review – Corsair AX1200 1200W 80Plus Gold

    Corsair’s diversification towards the power supply unit market was perhaps the most successful one any technology products manufacturer has made until today. The company is now, only a few years afterwards releasing their first PSU, renowned as one of the best PSU manufacturers. Today we are reviewing the very flagship of Corsair’s power supply products,

  • AMD Catalyst 11.5b Hotfix released – a must have for this season’s games

    Are you playing this season's latest games DIRT3, The Witcher 2 or Brink? Then these drivers are a must get for AMD graphics card owners (especially Crossfire) to resolve flickering and performance issues! Read more for the changes.

  • Intel prepping three new Core i3′s for Q3

    It was only a few days ago that Intel added new additions to its Sandy Bridge series of CPUs, but it seems like we can expect even more models within the next three months or so. None of the new CPUs are going to break new ground in terms of performance, but at least a

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 25 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: Word has it that photographs of motherboards designed for use with AMD's upcoming Liano and Zambezi APUs have started leaking on the Internet; OCZ is apparently planning to show off some new products at the upcoming Computex exhibition in Taipei such as its new Indilinx SATA 6.0Gbps controller, a few new

  • 500,000 apps approved by Apple App Store

    Apple iPhone and iPad users will be very pleased to hear this: The Apple App Store has already approved over 500,000 Apps since it first started in July 10, 2008. Read on.

  • MSI gives us a sneak peek at the 990FXA-GD65

    If it isn't some random website (or us of course) leaking pictures of upcoming motherboards, it's the manufacturers themselves and MSI Europe has posted several shots of its upcoming 990FXA-GD65 motherboard on its Facebook page. Although it doesn't give away everything, it does at least give us a decent idea of what to expect.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 24 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: The MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition OC video card is the current card on the bench so to speak, and as you can tell from the name this offering from MSI carries its top end Twin Frozr III cooler equipped with twin propeller blade fans ; So is Asus' ENGTX460

  • Dirt 3 shines in reviews

    Good news for racing fans. Dirt 3, which is soon to be released, have received positive reviews amongst gamers. Read on.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 23 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: In spite of the x86 and x86_64 processor architectures making great strides into the server hardware ecosystem, HP has announced that it has little confidence in Intel's Xeon line of server-grade processors for mission critical systems, prefering instead to cast its lot with the Itanium architecture and its own proprietaty technologies

  • Gigabyte Unveils A2 USB 3.0 Portable HDD

    Gigabyte's fashionable 2.5" A2 portable HDDs, bundled with a carrying case, features an USB 3.0 interface, a heat-proof enclosure, shock absorbers, an activity LED, and a three year warranty.

  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 560: Filling in the Gaps

    Subtract 48 stream processors from the GeForce GTX 560 Ti, and you get – no prizes for guessing – the GTX 560. We find out if the green team's latest card can stand up to the competition from AMD.

  • Ivy Bridge to come in 2nd Quarter of 2012

    Sources indicated that Intel would only launch its 22nm Ivy Bridge CPU during the second quarter of 2012 and not first quarter as previously speculated. Read on.

  • Asus teases new tablet

    It's no big secret that Asus is going to be unveiling new tablets at Computex, but now the first details are starting to trickle out. Asus' Tech in Style website has put up a trio of pictures of what is said to be a new tablet that doesn't look anything like the models Asus has

  • Report: GPU Technology Conference Workshop 2011, Singapore

    Nvidia and Novatte jointly organised the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) Workshop 2011 on 12 May at Biopolis, Singapore. The GTC workshop brings together researchers, developers and GPU computing experts for knowledge sharing and exchange of ideas. VR-Zone reports.

  • Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac Review

    Always fancied the idea of running your Windows programs on your Mac without rebooting? With virtualization technology, you can. There are a few products on the market that fit the bill, but which one to go with? Today, we are going to take a look at Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac, the latest version from

  • Xigmatek Announces Tituli Laptop Cooler

    Taipei-based Xigmatek has launched the Tituli D1612 laptop cooler in Europe, targeting frequent users of laptops/ netbooks.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 19 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: VIA Technologies has claimed that it has no imeediate intentions to enter the lucrative smartphone and tablet market, in spite of having had years of experience in developing low-power x86 chips for various devices; HIS has released the new HIS 6790 Fan 1GB GDDR5 graphics card which is said to be

  • MSI’s Big Bang Conqueror renamed 990FXA-GD80

    If the increase of leaks of upcoming motherboards is an indicator of something, then it would be that we’re very close to Computex and with just over a week to go, MSI’s upcoming 990FXA-GD80 has made an appearance alongside a pretty comprehensive spec sheet. MSI showed off a board called the Big Bang Conqueror 990FX

  • ECS H61H2-M Review

    Z68 has been stealing all the limelight lately. But for those who want a piece of the Sandy Bridge action for cheap, there exists a lesser known chipset by the name of H61. We pair up the ECS H61H2-M with a Core-i3 2100 to find out if this is a viable budget alternative to H67/P67.