DSLRs are well known for being available in any colour the user wants them to be, as long as it is black. And once again, leave it to Sony to break the mould by exhibiting a new camera over at the CP+ Camera and Photo Imaging Show that sports a one-of-a-kind translucent plastic body. The
As always, one can always count on Microsoft to kill off any interest in what has to be one of the more highly-anticipated software releases for the year. After generating a huge deal of hype over what would eventually be the first Service Pack ever for its popular Windows 7 operating system thanks a couple
Do you remember the days where totting a smartphone that boasted Qualcomm's Snapdragon platform and single-core Scorpion processor was an instant passport to large amounts of geek credentials? Well, it appears that the days of single-core processors on smartphone are all but gone, and Broadcom apparently seems to think so. After all, why else would
MSI has launched their new laptops, X-Slim X370, Wind U270 and CR650 that incorporate AMD's latest dual core E-350 processor.
Notebooks have limited upgradability at best and if you're lucky to own one with an ExpressCard slot, then you will know how frustrating it is to have to swap between two different cards. Especially if one of them happens to be a storage upgrade. Chinese SSD maker RunCore has come to the rescue with a
HP has announced their new TouchPad webOS tablet device which boasts to introduce fun and mobile productivity. The company has also introduced two new smartphones- Veer and Pre3 – which also run webOS.
Enermax is preparing to release its NAXN line-up of PSUs, designed for both gamers and enthusiasts. Available in modular (NAXN 82+) and non-modular (NAXN 80+) models, they feature Heat and Air Guard functions, multiple protection circuitry (OCP, OVP, AC UVP, DC UVP, OPP, OTP, SCP and SIP), active PFC, and are cooled by a silent
Scandinavian manufacturer, Fractal Design, has expanded its line-up of PC and server enclosures with the addition of the Core 3000 (FD-CA-CORE-3000-BL).
In today's news roundup: InsideHW compares a Crossfire-d Radeon HD 4850 to a single Radeon HD 6850; Seagate's 1TB Constellation.2 ST91000640NS gets reviewed; Verizon'd CDMA iPhone appears to have all the hardware required to make it an honest-to-goodness 'world' mobile phone; Dell has refreshed its Precision line of notebooks and desktops with new hardware and
With Valentine's Day arriving next Monday, Rovio has kept their promise to bring the Angry Birds Valentine's Day edition to their fans. On top of that, the game is also coming to the Nintendo 3DS and Wii game consoles.
Touch screen PCs in general have one problem in common, the display isn't position in an ergonomic location to take advantage of the touch screen, but HP seems to have figured out a way around this with its new TouchSmart 610 and 9300 Elite. The 610 is the consumer model, while the 9300 Elite
Canon has upgraded its lineup of DSLR cameras today with two new models, the 600D high-end consumer model and the entry level 1100D consumer model. The 1100D is a fairly significant upgrade to the ageing 1000D while the 600D is the little brother of the 60D. Canon has also announced two new telephoto lenses,
In today's news roundup: Tom's Hardware performs a detailed breakdown of the various architetural differences between AMD's, Intel's and NVIDIA's video transcoding implementations; Intel's uncharacteristic screwup with its 6-series Sandy Bridge chipsets casts doubt of the viability of its mobile counterpart; ARM confirms that it has no interest to delve into 64-bit computing at this
With killer looks and killer features including the Bigfoot Networks Killer E2100 and true Creative X-Fi audio onboard, GIGABYTE is set on killing the competition with its new G1-Killer Assassin motherboard. In this preview, VR-Zone.com checks out the latest addition to the company's Intel X58 Express motherboard line-up.
Air pollution, solar flaring etc, no matter which you choose to believe, all of these share the same conclusion - the Earth is heating up. NASA has released an animation on global warming based on five-year averages. Watch it.
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.
StarTech.com, manufacturer of various “hard-to-find” computer cables, parts, peripheral sharing and networking products, has announced the SATDOCK4U3E and SATDOCK4U2E docking stations.
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
The OCZ Vertex 2 just got extended. The newer Vertex 2E features a new firmware that promises better performance and delivers additional usable capacity. We will take the new SSD for a spin and see what improvements there are to be had.