LG has recently posted their Q4 2010 earnings and annual financial reports which showed a disappointing US$568 million loss due to poor performance of handset and television businesses.
PS3 Linux enthusiasts can now rejoice as Dev Graf_Chokolo have brought Linux back to PS3 3.41.
It is a well known fact that the Cupertino electronics giant pulls no punches when it comes to exercising control over its software and hardware ecosystem. And unfortunately for Sony, the Japanese electronics company is the next to find out that dealing with Apple is not exactly the most smooth sailing of affairs, especially after
Simulations conducted by a group of scientists suggest that one of the first stars formed 13.4 billion years ago may still be shining brightly even until today. Read on.
To wrap up this week’s news: reviews of the QNAP TS-419P+ Turbo NAS and In Win IronClad case; Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba recall Sandy Bridge machines; Nokia Considering Windows Phone 7 adoption; Greenp0ison finally unleashes iOS 4.2.1 untethered jailbreak; ‘Fallout: New Vegas’ DLC debuts on PC, PS3 this month; and Battlefield 3 teased: jets, destruction, 64 players on PC.
Ever wanted a camera that can shoot both high quality 1080p video at 60fps as well as being able to take 10.6-megapixel stills? Then JVC’s upcoming GC-PX1 is the camera you’ve been waiting for. The company calls it a hybrid camera and showed off a prototype back at CES 2011, although now the company has announced that
The Marvell based Pogo Plug was an interesting entry into the low power computing world, but it wasn’t what we would call a feature-rich solution and most of it partners didn’t do much with the platform. Now a company called Globalscale Technologies has taken things to the next level with the Dream Plug, an admittedly more
Microsoft will be issuing 12 security bulletins and software updates to fix 22 vulnerabilities on Windows and Visio next week.
In today’s news roundup: NVIDIA draws praise from researchers for attempting to create their own MPUs in the hardware industry; a Californian firm known as MicroUnity has attempted to sue the entire IT industry over patent infringements; Google officially launches a dedicated website for desktop access to the Android Market and announces built-in support for
The long-waited Dell Venue, also known as the Thunder in its early development stages, has been given a price tag of US$499. Similar to the Venue Pro, the Venue offers a 1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 (Snapdragon) CPU and a large 4.1-inch WVGA AMOLED capactive multi-touch screen, but drops the slide-out keypad and runs on Google’s Android
Enermax has expanded its Aeolus series of cooling pads for notebooks/ netbooks with the introduction of the Aeolus Premium notebook coolers (CP003-B/ G).
MSI responds to Intel 6 series chipset issues; offers temporary solution, swap or return for affected models
MSI has responded with regards to the Intel 6 series, announcing that shipments have been stopped. In addition, the Taiwanese hardware manufacturer has also announced temporary solution as well as offer swap or return for affected models.
In today’s news: review of the Muskin Callisto Deluxe Solid State Drive and G.Skill RipjawsX Sandy Bridge F3-12800 CL7 1600MHz; Asrock cans notebook PCs in favour of Tablets; Apple iPad 2 display leaked; China government introduced a new Gaming Addiction law; and check out the new Resistance 3 Video Preview.
Intel’s release of Sandy Bridge CPUs was widely expected to trigger a fall in prices across the AMD CPU product range. While two new CPUs were introduced – Phenom II X4 840 and 975BE – much of the pricing remained unchanged. The expected price cuts are now coming in, nearly one month later – hot
At the recent Intel sales conference, Anand Chandrasekher, senior vice president and general manager of Intel Ultra Mobility Group, held out a smartphone briefly which was said to be Medfield System-on-Chip (SoC) based smartphone. Could the smartphone be a Nokia?
The new XXX line of Thecus NAS is leading the way in catering to your needs. With Xreme power, Xtreme function, and Xtreme value, these Thecus NAS deliver. Whether it be a strong product for a budget price or a high-powered NAS for the tech-savvy, each model is extremely geared towards fitting you. From
In today's daily news roundup: more information about the SATA degredation on borads utilizing Intel's Cougar Point chpset has been revealed; Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak confirms that Apple is facing problems with the white iPhone 4; LG has finally taken off the wraps over its upcoming LG Optimus 3D smartphone and Square ENIX has revealed
Yesterday’s recall of Intel’s Cougar Point based chipsets have caused quite a stir on the net and Intel has as yet to offer any additional information as to why the problem cropped up. However, Anandtech has done some digging and contacted Intel with regards to the matter and got something of a clarification as to
In today's news roundup: it is reviews galore of various desktop PC chassis, motherboards, cooling fans and PSUs; consumer holographic television sets inch closer towards the realm of reality; Kaspersky has confirmed that an employee was responsible for the leak of its security suite source code, and Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel has
This new tablet device from Redfox Technologies is armed with an Intel Atom processor, 10-inch LCD touchscreen display and comes in options of 16GB or 32GB storage.