When it comes to the word "Xoom", most users following consumer technology news would naturally link it with Motorola's latest Android 3.0 tablet that is running a dual-core processor. Well, Xoom is also the name of a company that provides online international money transfer service, and it is no wonder a lawsuit is filed against Motorola over
Isaac Clarke is back with his plasma cutter in this second nightmarish sci-fi episode with the Necromorphs.
Apple's upcoming iOS 4.3 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad has reported hitting the golden master stage, and ready for its public appearance as early as next week.
Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) price may increase come March, as Japanese PC chip maker Elpida considers raising DRAM prices in view of growing demand. Projected price for 2Gb DRAM chips in March could be as high as $2.50, a 19% increase over the current $2.10.
In today's news roundup: Intel is reportedly planning to demonstrate its new Medfield platform for tablet PCs in the upcoming Computex 2011 event held at Taipei; The market for NOR flash memory is set to shrink by as much as six percent this year; Android and Nokia Maemo users can play with a beta of
So what's all the fuss about? Well, Intel and Apple has announced the launch and availability (at least in Apple's products) of a new co-developed I/O interface previously known as Light Peak, but it now goes under the name of Thunderbolt. The new interface uses the same physical connector as the mini DisplayPort interface and
Last week, Intel has began production on the P67 B3 chipsets and has shipped out to various motherboard manufacturers. This week, we saw ASUS and Biostar announcing that they are shipping out their P67 B3 motherboards to their customers and the same goes for Gigabyte, MSI, Asrock as well. We can expect the new boards to reach by early March. However, full recovery
Along with the updated line of MacBook Pros, Apple has also just announced the release of the first developer preview version of Mac OS X Lion. Let's see what is Apple going to surprise us with in this upcoming version of the Mac OS.
Apple has just formally launched their refreshed MacBook Pros and it's available right now online. While still retaining the same body, there has been a lot of changes under the hood.
A-Data has expanded its line-up of external HDDs with the addition of the CH11. The compact 2.5" external HDD delivers transfer speeds up to 90Mb/s (read) via a USB 3.0 interface and comes with custom tags (allowing users to label drive contents). Available in black, white or pink colors, they are expected to start shipping
The MacBook Pro rumours continue to appear all over the web and the latest one bring with them some additional details that may or may not prove to be true, although it seems like we won't have to wait too long to find out what's true and what's not. On top of that, Intel
After months of being in beta status, MSI Afterburner 2.1.0 has been finalized and is now available for download. The new version supports the latest graphics cards, including the NVIDIA GeForce 500 Series and AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series.
This morning, AC Ryan has announced their new Playon!HD2 and Playon!HD Mini 2 full high definition players in Singapore. They are available now and you can check them out at the upcoming IT Show 2011.
It is clear that Microsoft wants Windows to be as ubiquitous in the cloud as it currently is in the desktop and notebook PC market. And while Microsoft is also considered to be one of the latecomers to the entire 'software-as-a-service' ecosystem, it would seem that this minor setback is not about to hinder the
As part of an overall recovery plan following the detection of the Intel 6 Series chipset design error, ASUS has implemented various customer support measures, including extensive product replacement and return with additional service hotlines around the world. Based on new information from Intel, ASUS has announced that its updated Intel 6 Series-based motherboards will
According to a latest report from DonanimHaber, NVIDIA's upcoming dual-GPU flagship, the GeForce GTX 590, is all set to release at PAX East 2011 – which takes place between March 11th and March 13th. Prior to PAX East, the GTX 590 will be introduced behind closed doors at upcoming CeBIT 2011 (March 1st to 5th).
The NEX-3 may be one of the more drool-worthy digital cameras to exist on the market today, but it seems that Sony has got other plans in store for the market segment currently targeted by the aforementioned device. In what is probably the shortest-ever product lifespan for a digital camera, Sony Japan has labelled the
Do you make use of ImageShack's image hosting services? Well, if you do, you might want to seriously start considering moving over to other alternative image hosting services. Apparently, it seems that ImageShack has made the decision to pull the plug on hosted images that have been hotlinked to 'unregistered domains'. And we all know
Mach Xtreme Technology has expanded its FX USB3.0 flash drive line-up with the addition of a 128Gb (MXUB3MFX-128G) variant. Measuring 78 x 27 x 9.3mm and weighing 39g, the compact flash drive delivers data transfer speeds up to 130Mb/s (read) and 90Mb/s (write). Mach Xtreme has also obtained Asus's USB 3.0 certification for its MX-FX
In today's news roundup: Enthusiasts ponder ways on how one might be able to build the cheapest possible PC based off Intel's new Sandy Bridge platform; OCZ's RevoDrive amd Vertex 2 SSDs get reviewed; Angry Birds officially crashes into Windows; Motorola's Atrix 3G smartphone gets reviewed; Nintendo might eventually produce a 'Wii 2' which may