3 new dual core Sandy Bridge CPUs will hit the retail market on February 20th and they are Core i3-2120, Core i3-2100 and Core i3-2100T. Intel Core i3-2120 clocked at 3.3GHz featuring 3MB L3 cach/LGA-1155 package is going for US$138 (1Ku Tray Units). Intel Core i3-2100 clocked at 3.1GHz featuring 3MB L3 cach/LGA-1155 package is
While the Wall Street Journal has previously reported that Apple is planning to revamp its MobileMe to include a cloud-based media streaming service to iOS devices, it seems that the Cupertino giant has more things planned up their sleeves.
In today's news roundup: Nanya claims that contract prices for DDR3 memory is set to increase this month; AMD's Fusion platform gets reviewed in the form of Asus's E35M1-M Pro motherboard Nokia claims that the decision to go with Windows Phone is key to ensuring the company's relevancy in today's highly competitive mobile market, Samsung
After its success with the ViewPad 7, ViewSonic is continuing to expand its lineup of tablets and at the Mobile World Congress we got to spend a few minutes with ViewSonic's latest additions, the ViewPad 4 and ViewPad 10s as well as its new dual-SIM 3G Android handset, the V350. Sadly we didn't get a
If you want a chance to win a part of prizes worth an estimated US$15,000 and see yourself as the greatest case modder on this planet, then you want to check out Cooler Master's 2011 case mod competition. The registration opened today and it's open to anyone over the age of 18 worldwide. There are
The micro four-thirds camera has come a long way, bringing the performance and quality that is almost on-par with of an entry-level Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera while boasting the lightweight of a compact camera. With the new GF2 from Panasonic evolving to a slimmer and new re-designed interface, how does it fare ? Read
Aside from the Xperia Play (or formerly known as PlayStation phone), Sony Ericsson has also announced the Xperia neo and Xperia pro Android smartphones. Read on for more information.
Technology news from Mobile World Congress isn't the only thing coming from Spain this week. Apparently, news of a Spanish hacker has been arrested for stealing gamers' details and blackmailing game company Nintendo.
Most DC comic fans will recognize the name "Kal-El", which is the Krytonian birth name of Superman. Well, looks like "Kal-El" is also the codename for Nvidia quad-core processor for mobile devices and tablets that was unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2011.
In today's news roundup: HIS's Radeon HD 6970 graphics card gets reviewed; Seagate officially announces the shipment of its one millionth self-encrypting hard drive; Apple CEO Steve Jobs gets a virtual boot to the face courtesy of LG; Steve Ballmer talks about Internet Explorer 9 and multitasking for Windows Phone 7, and Kohime Musou, the
Cubitek has taken the wraps off the HTPX-Tank, their latest addition to its soon-to-be released Tank series PC chassis.
There is no denying that AMD is currently facing yet another rough patch, but it appears that the situation over at the Sunnyvale chip company might be a lot worse than what the company is willing to let on. Apparently, the recent string of departures from AMD's senior executive board has sparked off rumours that
At Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, Research in Motion has announced two models 4G PlayBook models that support LTE and HSPA+ networks. On top of that, the company has also announced a new BlackBerry Travel App that lets you plan, book, manage and share travel activities easily.
Wait just a second…Intel? A leading provider hardware solutions for mobile communications handsets? That has got to be a joke, right? As odd as it might sound, that is about as true as it can get: thanks to its acquisition of Infineon Technologies, Intel is now officially one of the leading providers of baseband processors
If there is one truth about the world of hardware, it is the fact that hackers are always on top, especially when it comes to using devices in ways that they were never intended for. And this latest hack seems to confirm that little fact of life. That being said, does anyone fancy playing around
Thermaltake has announced the Frio OCK (OverClocker Kings) CPU cooler, targeting hardcore overclockers. Measuring 143 x 136.8 x 158.4mm and weighing 1,093g, the dual tower cooler features a copper base, 0.4mm aluminum fins, six U-Shaped 6mm copper heat-pipes, and is cooled by two speed-adjustable 130mm fans that run at speeds of up to 2,100RPM
VR-Zone is looking for a full-time Hardware Writer to work in Santa's Singapore Bencoolen Street Workshop +} Interested? Read on to find out more!
In today's daily news roundup: - MSI presents its absolute high-end motherboard, the Big Bang Marshal P67, for Intel's latest Sandy Bridge platform; - CSR announces CSR8600 wireless consumer audio platform for embedded platforms; - Rumour has it that the successor to the iPhone 4 will be smaller than its predecessor by at least a
Thermaltake has announced the Toughpower Grand 850W, 1050W and 1200W models, expanding its best-selling Toughpower Grand series of high-performance PSUs.
Buffalo, leading provider of innovative network solutions and storage devices for the home and business, is preparing to release the DVSM-PC58U2V, its latest external DVD writer in Japan.