VR-Zone can as first publication reveal that Microsoft will discontinue its range of SideWinder gaming products, for a second time. The first time was back in 2003, although the company re-launched its gaming brand in 2007 after some co-operation with Razer, although this time around it's not likely that we'll see a return of the
With tablets being all the rage these days, one of the biggest problems is not connectivity, but rather making voice calls. No-one wants to hold a 7-inch+tablet to the side of their face, as it simply just makes you look stupid. Asus has come up with what looks like a very reasonable solution to the
During a flight from Orlando, lucky passengers on a jet had one of the best views of the Discovery's launch. Watch the video.
The world's second largest supplier of communications infrastructure, Huawei, has had enough of being accused of being linked to Chinese intelligence services. It has just issued an open letter asking the US Government to vet its operations. Read On.
Forget about the white iPhone 4, the upcoming next-generation iPad 2 available in white too? I mean, the thought of it isn't as appealing as the iPhone, right?
In today's local news, ECS has announced that it has signed an agreement with both Dell and Lexmark which will allow it to serve as a distribution partner for a wide range of products from the aforementioned companies. Read on to find out more.
Black has always been the standard color for BlackBerry mobile devices (well, it is Black-Berry, duh). But there are occasions whereby Research in Motion (RIM), the company who manufactures BlackBerry, come up with other colors like the white BlackBerry Bold 9700. Today, RIM has announced a red and white version for their BlackBerry Torch 9800.
Apple was the first to get it, and the rest of the PC industry is expected to start mass adoption of the technology as soon as most OEMs successfully iron out any outstanding issues pertaining to the new standard. But it would seem that PCs are not the only devices which would play nice with
With most of the tablets on the market still making use of the popular ARM Cortex A8 processor microarchitecture, it would seem like the A8 is safe from being rendered obsolete for at least another year. However, this does not mean that all OEMs are content with using the same technology as the competition: a
Just how popular is Nintendo's new handheld video game console, the 3DS? Well, it would seem that any fears of the console maker's potentially failing in their attempt to venture into 3D gaming would be busted, at least for the time being. After all, how else can one explain the complete sell-out of all 400,000
So the Android tablet craze is about to hit fever pitch with the introduction of Honeycomb and Motorola's XOOM. That is perfectly fine with us: after all, tablets are handy little devices which have the potential to do a whole lot of things. And while most OEMs are busy trying to work on making their
Did you wake up yesterday and turn on your PC only to find out that every single message in your Gmail account has been inexplicably wiped clean off the face of the virtual world? Well, it seems that there is some consolation to be had: the search giant has been informed of the sudden loss
MSI has announced it is now ready to swap faulty B2-stepping Intel P67 and H67 motherboards with revised B3-stepping ones. Users can either register online for an exchange and wait for MSI's go-ahead for a swap, or wait till the end of March for a walk-in exchange at the store the board was purchased from.
GIGABYTE has announced on Friday that they have begun shipping motherboards with the new B3-stepping Intel P67 and H67 Express chipsets. The products are expected to be available as early as this week, when shipments start to clear customs in markets around the world.
While you can't literally install your desired PC games onto your iOS devices for gaming-on-the-go, there has been a way around this: by using remote desktop connectivity to remotely control your PC at home. Now, a developer is working on bringing the PS3 experience to your iOS device.
Korean cooing specialist has unveiled its new line-up of USB 3.0 enclosures (ZM-HE250 U3, ZM-HE350 U3 & ZM-HE350 U3E) and a USB 3.0 expansion card (ZM-PC302 U3), targeting enthusiasts. The stylish aluminium enclosures support 2.5" and 3.5" SATA I/ II HDDs and deliver data transfer speeds up to 5Gbps via a USB 3.0 interface. The
OCZ Technology Group's Vertex 3 and Vertex 3 Pro SSDs are poised to make their debut at Cebit 2011 next week. The 2.5" SSDs, powered by SandForce's SF-2000 series controllers, deliver data transfer speeds up to 550Mb/s (read) and 500Mb/s (write) and feature TRIM support, MLC NAND flash memory, and a SATA III interface.
Several EU e-tailers have listed PNY's take on NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 550 Ti, well ahead of launch. There are no major surprises from the details we first reported on the GTX 550 Ti earlier. The specifications are remarkably similar to the outgoing GeForce GTS 450 – 192 SP, 32 TMU, 16 ROP, based on
Ahead of CeBIT, Biostar has unveiled its Intel H61 chipset based motherboard models and the company will offer three different SKUs of what is pretty much the same board as well as one more advanced model. The H61 chipset is Intel's budget solution for the second generation Core i processors and is really intended to
It seems that parts of the upcoming iPhone 5 has been leaked in China. Yes, the image is the rumoured iPhone 5 screen component.