In today's news roundup: Reviews of ASUS ENGTS450 DirectCU OC video card ; AMD Fusion vs Intel Atom: Clash of the Integrations ; AMD launches a dual-GPU, 350W monster card; HP planning to put WebOS on every PC it ships in 20 and12; Microsoft job postings hint at Xbox 360 successor; the passion of Shift 2 unleashed .
AMD is reportedly planning to refresh the E-Series Zacate line-up in Q3 2011, according to Xbitlabs. A slight boost in clock speed will be complemented by introduction of AMD Turbo Core and DDR3-1333 to Zacate APUs and a second dual-core APU. The two new APUs will be branded E-450 and E-300. E-450 geatures a minor
Gelid is displaying the GX-7, its latest high-end CPU cooler at CeBIT. The tower cooler has seven copper heat-pipes, 46 aluminum fins, and is equipped with two Wing 12 120mm fans operating at speeds up to 1500 RPM.
Disney fans in Japan rejoice! The first Disney mobile phone store has opened in the heart of Tokyo – Shinjuku - and you can expect to find, not just phones but phone accessories and other products.
In today's news roundup: Reviews of AMD's latest dual-GPU graphics card, the Radeon HD 6990, have started flooding the Internet; Intel announces the launch of its new Core vPro processors; a leaked Blackberry roadmap reveals plans for an OS 7 sometime in November this year; Adobe hopes to bypass Apple's 'no Flash' stance with a
The prodiguous penguins @ VR-Zone have not got their wings on a Radeon 6990 yet – apparently there are only 2 pieces of this monstrous card (both on/off the shelves of 2 popular Sim Lim Square retail shops) in sunny Singapore. Nevertheless till then, we've compiled a list of choice reviews/reactions around the web about
Asus' combined sound card and Killer NIC card has been stripped of its shrouding for the first time to revel what's hiding underneath it and although it doesn't hold too many surpirses, there are at least a couple of things that peaked our interest. For now the Thunderbolt card will only be available with the Asus
According to a report from Xbitlabs' sources, AMD has finalized shipping dates for both Bulldozer and Llano. As expected, Bulldozer will be branded FX-Series, while Llano will receive the A-Series moniker. FX-Series CPUs are set to ship in the week starting June 20th, with A-series APUs following shortly after in the week of July 4th.
In today's news roundup: Review of the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe Motherboard; Bitfenix Survivor Core Midi tower case review; Judge lets Sony unmask visitors to PS3-jailbreaking site; More than one million Apple MacBooks sold are the Thin Air, and Rumour: Nintendo to announce Wii 2 in June .
Samsung announces Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab alongside new consumer electronic devices at Samsung Forum 2011
Think that the digital world we live in has no more surprises to offer the average consumer? Well, you might want to think again, especially if Samsung has got anything to say about it. In a regional forum held by Samsung at the Marina Bay Sands convention centre today, the Korean electronics giant unveiled its
If you're looking for a different Nvidia card, then maybe Galaxy will have what you're after, at least if you need to be able to connect six displays to one card. It's something of a response to AMD's Eyefinity 6 cards, although it's no clear as to how it works on six displays, as Nvidia
Even though power supply units are the most critical part of almost every electronic device, being a component absolutely vital to their operation, they rarely are given the attention they deserve. Almost no technology equipment can operate without them since electronic devices cannot operate using the utility grid AC voltage, which also varies in level
The first notebooks with Intel's dual core mobile Sandy Bridge processors have just started to arrive at retailers, at least if you're lucky enough to live in Taiwan, although other countries should have them soon too and the first two models we've spotted are both from Acer. Intel's little chipset snafu has delayed the shipment
It's a wonder to me that there weren't more Windows 7 tablets in the market like the BModo12G. The prevailing logic is that if you need to do "real work", you're better off with a laptop. However, despite having an Apple iPhone 4 and iPad, my experience is that there are quite a few things
In today's news roundup: AMD has reportedly contracted Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to manufacture its Hudson-series chipsets, which support the new Brazos platform; Two of ECS's motherboards, the ECS H67H2-M Black Deluxe and the H57H-MUS, get reviewed; Rumours about what users can expect in an upcoming 'iPad 3' have started circulating online; Android pushes
802.11n networking gears are now widely used since the approval of IEEE 802.11n standards in October 2009. 802.11n offers wireless speeds of up to 300Mbps as compared to 802.11a/g which is only up to 54Mbps. Right now, Wireless-N routers can be found at less than 100 (Singapore) dollars, making it a good time for users
MSI has launched the R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics card, featuring AMD's Radeon HD 6950 GPU. The new R6950 features MSI's latest Twin Frozr III dual fan thermal solution, 6+2 phase power delivery and triple over-voltage support for extreme overclocking.
So what will Apple be surprising us in this special media event? Well, we have took the liberty of summarising what has happened at Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco for your reading pleasure.
Today might be only the second day of CeBIT, but it seems that ASUS is not about to sit down and take it easy in this particular exhibition. Unveiled today at ASUS's booth in the exhibit are three new consumer electronics device, and they come in the form of a new Blu-ray player, a Blu-ray
Remember the little freak accident caused by Google by some users woke up on Monday only to find their Gmail accounts emptied of all their messages? Well, it seems that Google has managed to identify the culprit responsible for the little incident, and has issued a statement describing what actually happened that day. On the