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  • Panasonic announces its latest addition to the Toughbook family – the CF-53

    Panasonic's Toughbooks make for popular notebook PCs among military and business users for obvious reasons, but most consumers who desire a notebook with bleeding-edge hardware usually tend to shy away from them because of their last-gen specifications. However, this is all set to change with Panasonic's newest addition to the Toughbook family, the semi-rugged CF-53,

  • Lian Li releases new casing Cowry PC-U6

    Very often, we see computer cases in the shape of the dull looking cuboid, but Lian Li's latest Cowry PC-U6 casing is set to dispel the conventional looks. Read on.

  • Google unveils Android 3.1 at Google I/O 2011

    It is old news that the next version of the Android operating system will be known as Ice Cream Sandwich (hmm, yummy) and that it will supposedly be released to OEMs sometime in Q4 this year. But in spite of that, Google has somehow managed to push out an update for its tablet-centric build of

  • Dell to release UltraSharp U2412M / U2412HM, U2312HM and U2212HM soon

    Dell regularly refreshes its high-end LCD products approximately every one year and a half. Recent product listings and driver releases on Dell's support site reveal that the replacement for the UltraSharp U2410, the U2412M (or U2412HM), is on track for a Q3 2011 release, along with two other smaller-sized models, the U2312HM and U2212HM.

  • Hotels.com introduces two new apps for iPhone and Android phones

    Hotels.com has recently introduced two new smartphone apps for the iPhone and Android phones. The apps lets users log in to their account, search for their accomodation options and do their booking.

  • Club 3D introduces 1200W Power Supply

    Club3D's has introduced the CSP-X1200CB 1200W power supply. Aimed at enthusiasts, it supports multiple graphics cards and has a semi modular design. It also features a 135mm fan to ensure ample cooling.

  • Nikon announces discontinuation of COOLPIX S4100 and S6100

    Today, Nikon has issued a statement that they will be discontinuing their COOLPIX S4100 and S6100 compact digital cameras. The reason is due to issues with production and supplies. Read on for the official world wide announcement.

  • ZiiLABS announces new ZMS-20 and ZMS-40 media processors for Android

    When Creative launched its ZiiO tablet last year, many techies were understandably more interested in the unique ZiiLabs stemcell processor that was being used to supply the ZiiO's processing power, as opposed to being interested in the tablet as most average consumers would be. As it turns out, ZiiLABS is not content  with having only

  • Over 23,000 BitTorrent users may face legal actions from illegal downloads

    Yes, you read right. Another lawsuit has been filed against illegal Bit Torrent downloaders, and approximately 23,000 of them in the US. This could well be the biggest downloading case in US to date.

  • Adobe launches Photoshop Touch apps for the Apple iPad

    Adobe has launched their new Photoshop Touch apps, designed for the Apple iPad tablet device – Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav. The apps are available for purchase on the Apple App Store.

  • ViewSonic launches the ViewPad 4 and V350 in Taiwan

    On Tuesday, ViewSonic launched two new smartphones, although the company prefers to call one of them a tablet for some reason. Apparently ViewSonic has an arbitrary limit that devices with screens 4-inches and below are smartphones, whereas devices with screens 4.1-inches and above are tablets. As such we have the ViewPad 4, 4.1-inch "tablet" and

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

    In today's news roundup: Preview of the new GIGABYTE Z68-UD4 motherboard with subtle undertones of matt grey on the heatsink ; ASUS P8Z68-VPro is the manufacturer's flagship model regarding Intel's upcoming Z68 chipset, and it gets reviewed; Adobe's three Photoshop CS5 companion applications for iPad — Adobe Ezel, Nav and Color Lava — are now available for purchase

  • Microsoft “close to a deal” to buy Skype

    Many people around the world love Skype for its internet-based telephony and video services, and it would seem that powerful corporations like Microsoft are no exception. Apparently, the Redmond giant strongly believes that being able to build up its own communication infrastructure that is capable of serving as a source of information and entertainment is

  • Microsoft Windows Phone 7 “Mango” update promises new features

    The upcoming Windows Phone 7 update promises new features including Bing Audio, Bing Vision, faster Internet Explorer 9 web browser. Codenamed "Mango", Microsoft said that the update will come in the later half of this year.

  • ASRock jumps the gun, launches Z68 boards early

    It looks like ASRock has had itchy fingers and has launched its Z68 boards a little bit on the early side, as all three of its Z68 boards are now listed on its website alongside a dedicated portal for the boards. We've already covered the boards in pretty good detail, but we missed a couple of things

  • Exclusive: Intel’s Cedarview Atom to sport PowerVR graphics

    Unlike the current desktop and netbook Atom CPUs, Intel's next generation of “full fat” Atom processors won't be using Intel graphics, instead the company has extended its licensing with PowerVR and we'll be seeing an SGX545 graphics core in these new Atom processors. This is actually quite a significant step for Intel as it indicates

  • Review : Akasa Baymaster S

    Akasa is a company with a very wide products range, with most of them focus around computer cases, accessories, power and cooling products. Today we are going to have a look at one of their case accessories, the Baymaster S, which promises to make the 3.5” bay of your computer case useful again.

  • Jabra FREEWAY review: your hands or the freeway

    Like it or not, most owners of mobile phones are now slaves to their devices, and it shows. Now that workiing schedules have become tighter and workers are expected to be able to answer work-related phone calls regardless of time, location and occasion, it would make sense that the need to be always connected has reached

  • HP introduces new stylish laptops and convertible tablet in Singapore

    HP has introduced their new laptops and convertible ProBook 5330m, the EliteBook 2560p and 2760p, and ENVY14 Beats edition notebook PC. The new mobile computers will be available from mid May to June.

  • Powercolor Barts/6800 Dual-GPU Pictured

    SemiAccurate have leaked a pictured of Powercolor Dual-GPU board based on Barts / 6800. Both dual-Barts and dual-GF114 are on the cards (no pun intended), with a release scheduled in early Q3. The dual-Barts card is expected to be revealed at Computex, in three weeks' time.