MP3 players are among the most popular consumer electronics products on the market today as almost every person you see on the streets or trains will be listening to one. Users who enjoy their music at an ear-shredding 125 decibels will be disappointed to learn that the European Union will be rolling out new legislation to
A week ago, we had news that Google was sued by a bank over sensitive E-mail sent to a wrong Gmail address by the bank’s employee. Apparently, the issue has been resolved with Google deactivating the Gmail account on the judge’s order. According to Cnet news, the Gmail account will be frozen until the court
Rys over at Beyond3D has not leaked outright, but teased, a blurred architecture diagram of what appears to be Nvidia’s next-gen GPU. Interestingly, the codename is GF100, which is the third codename we have heard following the popular GT300 and the recently revealed Fermi. We are not sure which of them is the most appropriate,
To say that Nvidia has been tight-lipped over its GT300 would be an understatement – uncharacteristic for a company which hasn’t been able to keep a secret since the phenomenal G80. Following some details we revealed, including the 384-bit memory interface and a P2xxxx target, Fudzilla has scored some more information about the elusive GT300.
Intel has finally decided to use something other than the flimsy push-pin vertical heatsink that is available on Intel’s entire CPU line currently. The extreme high end “Gulftown” Core i9 will sport a vertical heatsink design similar to many third-party aftermarket coolers. More next page.
In our earlier post, Microsoft has lambasted Google over its “Chrome-in-IE” plan. Google has hit back at Microsoft today, defending its new Chrome Frame plug-in, and says it makes IE more secure, not less. Read the article now on Computerworld and enjoy the mudslinging! “Accessing sites using Google Chrome Frame brings Google Chrome’s security features to
You might have heard of Intel’s Light Peak technology, a new high-speed optical cable technology designed to connect your electronic devices to each other. Lightpeak also has the ability to run multiple protocols simultaneously over a single cable. Catchy huh? What has this to do with Apple ? Read on
Thermaltake has announced a multi-socket support budget CPU cooler, the Contac 29. Measuring 120 x 120 x 25 mm (L x W x H) and weighing 558g, the Contac 29 features Thermaltake’s Direct Contact Technology, allowing 3 U-shaped 8mm diameter heatpipes to “immediately touch the CPU” for efficient heat dissipation. Equipped with a 120 mm PWM
Today, Dell introduced Alienware latest gaming rigs in Singapore – the Alienware M15x laptop, Area-51 and Area-51 ALX desktop PCs – which are using the new Intel Core i7 processors that promise amazing gaming performance. Read on for the press release and the local pricing.
ASUS has recently announced their latest gaming and multimedia notebook PCs that boast superb 3D visual and system performance with the new Intel Core i7 processors. Both the ASUS G60J and M60J feature 16-inch high definition display and up to 4GB DDR3 SDRAM.
Google has raised the ire of Microsoft by releasing Chrome Frame, an open source plug-in which allows people to run Google Wave from within all versions of Internet Explorer. For those who do not know, Google Chrome Frame is a plug-in for Internet Explorer that lets people use Chrome from within Microsoft’s web browser. This allows
With the motion controller slated for a release in spring 2010, Sony has revealed a list of games that is slated for a Spring 2010. Right in the list is a confirmed alternate release of Bio Hazard 5 (Resident Evil 5). More after the jump.
Kingston has announced it is increasing read and write speeds on its DataTraveler 410 USB Flash drive to 20MB/sec. Measuring 65.76mm x 17.98mm x 10.7mm, the DataTraveler 410 is available in 4Gb, 8Gb, 16Gb, 32Gb capacities. Boosting increased new data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 20MB/sec. write, storing and moving large files
Atlona Technologies has launched the AT-DP200, a DVI to Mini DisplayPort converter, allowing use of the new Mini-DisplayPort monitors (e.g. Apple 24’’ Cinema Displays) on Apple systems purchased before 2009 or standard DVI video cards used on PCs. The adaptor is able to convert the signals from the DVI graphic card to the Mini DisplayPort monitors
Samsung has one up in the Netbook race with the launch of the Samsung netbook N140 which promises 11 hours of battery life. Samsung netbook N140 is powered by a one 6-cell battery and weighs only 1.27kg. It will have a 10.1″ LED display, integrated 3 Watt stereo speakers and SRS effects to provide rich
Shane Baxtor of Tweaktown likes AMD GPU launches for one reason – Nvidia comes up with several questions about AMD’s products on launch. This time, Mr. Baxtor forwarded the same questions to Chris Hook, AMD Global Communications. Nvidia questions the relevance of DX11 and lack of titles that use Havok physics – questions that consumers
Canon Singapore unveiled their latest digital imaging products at Capella in Sentosa this afternoon including the LEGRIA HF S11 video camcorder, touchscreen IXUS 200 IS, features-full PowerShot S90 digital camera, and the professional EOS 7D digital SLR cameras.
Intel has finally demonstrated its much talked about, but little seen discrete GPU, Larrabee at IDF 2009. Interestingly, the demo ran a ray-traced version of Quake Wars with a Gulftown 6-core CPU. CNET have uploaded a video of the same. An older stepping was used, but sadly not much more information is available. Larrabee is
After months of speculation, ATI’s HD 5800 series is finally upon us. Leading to the build-up, nearly all details have been leaked, so there are no major surprises. The NDA deadline has now passed, and several reviews are now available around the internet. More details next page.
Discovered by a French site, Sega’s public relations FTP site recently have an interesting addition: Meeting minutes from on August 5 meeting between Sega and Sony Computer Entertainment America.