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  • Sony unleashes new Android S1 and S2 tablets

    No, it's not Sony Ericsson but Japanese manufacturer, Sony. Even though Sony Ericsson has recently launched their Xperia smartphones, including the Xperia Play (or formerly known as the PlayStation phone), Sony has announced their new S1 and S2 Android tablets.

  • ASRock’s Z68 Extreme4 motherboard smiles for the camera

      We're getting very close to the launch of Z68 chipset based motherboards now and details of the first boards are already starting to arrive en masse. A picture of ASRock's Z68 Extreme4 motherboard has turned up over at TechPowerUp and we're looking at a pretty feature packed board that has a couple of interesting

  • Nikon D5100 Digital SLR Camera Announced

      After much anticipated wait, Nikon D5100 is real and official. Product availability and prices will be announced at a later date but let us look at the official specs. Update: The Nikon D5100 is available from today, at S$1,199 with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens.

  • PSU Review – Corsair TX850 V2

    Corsair owes much of that reputation to their TX power supply series, which were designed to offer great electrical performance at the best possible price to performance ratio. Today we are going to have a have a look at a power supply from their updated version of the TX series, the TX850 V2 unit.

  • Asrock released “real AM3+” motherboards

    Most motherboard manufacturers claim that their latest AM3 motherboards are AM3+ capable after a mere BIOS update. ASRock claims that this is not the case and claims that there are no less than six reasons to buy an ASRock "real AM3+ motherboard".

  • innoDisk shows off new SSD products at Composec

      You don't have to worry if you've never heard of innoDisk before, as the company mostly makes solutions for the embedded market rather than the consumer market and as such it's not a company you'd come in contact with regularly. During Composec last week, innoDisk was showing off some of its new storage products,

  • Google ordered to pay $5 million over infringement of Linux patent

    Search engine giant Google has been ordered by the court to pay US$5 million for infringing a Linux patent. The Linux software is used by the company for its server platforms and extends to the Android mobile platform.

  • “Gears of War 3″ multiplayer beta kicks off today

    It has been over two years when Gears of War 2 was launched. Well, the wait is over. If you have preordered your Gears of War 3, you can get into the multiplayer beta that launches today. Full news release inside.

  • Zowie Unleashes MiCO Gaming Mouse

    Zowie Gear, innovative manufacturer of competitive gaming gear, has unveiled the MiCO, a gaming mouse aimed at both left- and right-handed RTS gamers. Measuring 65 x 40 x 120mm and weighing 68g, the compact mouse features three buttons, an adjustable 400/ 800/ 1600 dpi optical engine, a 2mm lift-off distance, and connects to the PC

  • Awind McTiVia Review

    Ever wanted to watch this interesting video online or show off your game scores you have on your desktop on the flatscreen in your living room? Well, you can drag your system out from your room and connect it to your flatscreen display in the living room. Or just get McTiVia. Today, we lay our

  • Verbatim Introduces Slim External SSD

    Verbatim, manufacturer of various storage media and flash memory products, has unveiled three new ultra-portable and slim external SSDs, expanding its Store 'n' Go product portfolio.

  • Aerocool Preps X-Warrior Chassis for Release

    Aerocool Advanced Technologies has expanded its line-up of gamercentric PC chassis with the addition of the X-Warrior.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 21 April 2011

    In today's news roundup: ASRockls Fatal1ty P67 Professional Motherboard gets reviewed; Western Digital's latest external hard disk, the 1TB-totting WD My Passport Essential SE, gets reviewed; Verizon claims that Apple's upcoming iPhone 5 will be a 'world phone', which should be good news for frequent travellers who have to deal with handsets that are either

  • Road to EVO 2K11: Singapore EVO Qualifiers this Sunday, 24 April 2011

    SGFIGHTER, in conjunction with Singapore Cybersports and Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) and FRIENDS OF CLEMENTI, have jointly organised the EVO Qualifiers for Super Street Fighter IV as part of the Clementi Game Festival 2011 that is going to be held this Sunday, 24th April 2011. Prizes include an expense paid trip to Las Vegas to participate in EVO

  • ASUS E35M1-I DELUXE Review

    Today we will be looking at an AMD Brazos solution from ASUS. The E35M1-I DELUXE is equipped with AMD's E-350 'Zacate' APU, which combines the processor, northbridge and graphics all into a single die. The Fusion platform offers better overall performance compared to an Atom-based system and having a TDP rating of just 18W; this could be

  • Brother brings the “bigger picture” to users with new line of printers

    Sure, most people do not exactly relish the idea of having a 'big brother' watching their every move and waiting to pounce on the slightest sign of discontent, but rest assured that not all 'brothers' are like that. In fact, we can think of at least one other 'brother' who seemingly has the interest of

  • Galaxy Shows Off Multi Display Supported Graphics Cards

      Galaxy, today demonstrates two graphics cards supporting multiple display outputs. The first multi display card from Galaxy is the GTX 560 Display5 which supports a total of 5 monitor outputs simultaneously (4 Mini-HDMI plus one DVI or DP). The second multi display card features a GeForce 210 GPU which provide quad display output. Galaxy is set to

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

    In today's news roundup: Intel and AMD are reportecly making plans to go head-on against ARM in the lucrative smartphone and tablet market; Reviews of AMD's recently launched graphics cards, the Radeon HD 6570 and HD 6670, are starting to surface online; Apple is reportedly rejecting Apps with Pay-per-install campaigns; Alienware has announced two new

  • G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3-2300 CL9 8GB Kit Announced

        G.Skill today announces the world’s fastest 8GB (4GBx2) DDR3 memory, rated at 2300MHz CL9 with only 1.65V voltage. This ultimate memory kit will join G.Skill award winning Ripjaws-X family and will be available soon via G.Skill global authorized distribution partner.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 18 April 2011

    In today's news roundup: Intel has seemingly thrown in the towel with its Itanium architecture and has started moving out its engineers from the Itanium team to its Xeon departments; ASRock's Fatal1ty P67 Professional motherboard gets reviewed; Kyocera’s dual-touchscreen Echo smartphone is now officially available through Sprint in the U.S; Samsung is reportedly planning to