• Playstation 3 ‘Jailbreak’ Now Workable With Tethered Smartphones

    Remember the special USB dongle one was required to purchase in order to successfully circumvent the Playstation 3′s security features? Apparently, one can dispense with the dongle now: it seems that the software has already been adapted for use on smartphones. And the best part? It reportedly works just...

  • Samsung Korea Introduces QX Series Premium Notebooks

    Samsung Korea has recently unveiled their new QX series premium laptops which come in three models: 13.3-inch QX310; 14-inch QX410 and 15.6-inch QX510. Powered by Intel Core i5 processors, the QX series laptops promise good looks, superior performance and long battery life for the mobile professionals.

  • Dell Mini 1018 Available For Sale in Singapore

    If the popularity of netbooks are of any indication, it is apparent that the world has embraced the cheap, tiny, and low-power device as a suitable platform to satisfy their on-the-go internet desires. And Dell has introduced yet another such mobile computer to the local market: its new Mini...

  • HALO Reach Preview

    Last Friday, the local media had a preview of the highly anticipated Xbox 360 game, HALO Reach. According to Microsoft, the game will be launched in Singapore on 14th September in three editions – Standard, Limited and Legendary.

  • Toshiba Refreshes Camileo Lineup With Two New Camcorders

    It seems consumers now have a little more choice in the market when it comes to shopping for small and affordable HD-capable camcorders. Recently launched by Toshiba under its Camileo lineup, the new S30 and P20 claims to feature improvements which offers high-quality video captures at affordable prices. Read...

  • iPhone mTrip App Uses Augmented Reality

    With this mTrip iPhone application, you don’t have to worry about getting lost or unsure where to go. One notable feature is the app’s augmented reality which lets you see the various points of interest while looking through the phone’s cameras at your location.

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 Prices Cut

    NVIDIA released its GF104 part, the GTX 460 largely as a measure to regain market share than produce high profit margins. The aggressive pricing of the GTX 460 raised the eyebrows of enthusiasts, while consumers received exceptional value for money. Unfortunately, the GeForce GTX 460 hasn’t been as much...

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 Release Slides leaked

    Chinese website IT168 has leaked slides from the release presentation of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTS 450. While there are no major surprises, the slides confirm several rumours. The reference design of the GeForce GTS 450′s body is identical to the reference GTX 460. It features 4 SM or PolyMorph...

  • Sharkoon Bandit ATX casing comes with integrated SATA hard drive dock

    Sharkoon has expanded their PC casings lineup with the Bandit ATX case. The Sharkoon Bandit offers easy installation, good airflow, an integrated card reader and even a docking station for 2.5- and 3.5-inch SATA hard drives.

  • Brainwavz M1 & M2 IEM Review

    IEMs were originally used by musicians and true audiophiles, costing hundreds of dollars from big brands such as Shure, Westone, Ultimate Ears and so on. But in recent years, more lower-end IEMs for consumers started to emerge. Chinese IEM manufacturers also found their way into the hands of us...

  • [Rumour] “Blackcomb” is AMD Mobility Radeon HD 6000 Series Flagship

    Donanimhaber reports that the AMD Mobility Radeon HD 6000 series will be headed by a GPU codenamed Blackcomb. Of course, Blackcomb will be based on a desktop chip, presumably either Barts or Cayman. For the Mobility Radeon HD 5000 series, AMD skipped the Cypress GPU completely, with the top...

  • AMD Ontario TDP is 9W, Die Shots Revealed

    ComputerBase has scored some vital details regarding AMD’s first Fusion APU – Ontario. Releasing with Ontario will be Zacate, a higher speed version of the same. Zacate is a 18W APU targeted at low-power desktops (nettops) and notebooks. Ontario is only 9W – including CPU and GPU – and...

  • NVIDIA lists GeForce GT 420 for OEMs

    Alongside the newly announced GeForce 400M cards, Nvidia has quietly listed a new desktop card – the Geforce GT 420. However, this is an OEM card and will not be available in retail. The GT 420 features 48 SP – same as the GT 220, but lesser than the...

  • Sony Ericsson Launches Spiro Walkman Phone

    Sony Ericsson has launched their new Walkman phone that looks sleek and affordably priced. The Spiro offers superb music experience and lets you get connected to your favorite social network sites.

  • NVIDIA releases seven GeForce 400M Notebook GPUs, possibly GF104/6/8 Based

    NVIDIA has unveiled seven mobile GPU parts today, most of them listed in the 259.47 driver leak. The cards released are two GTX 400M performance products – GTX 470M and GTX 460M, and no less than five GT 400M mainstream products – GT 445M, GT 435M, GT 425M, GT...

  • Samsung Officially Unveils GALAXY Tab in Berlin

    Sure, we had posted articles in the past describing Samsung’s then-unreleased tablet device, the GALAXY Tab, but nothing beats having the official confirmation from the company itself. More importantly, the official release of the GALAXY Tab reveals details which were not present in earlier articles, which relied mostly on...

  • COMEX 2010: The Coverage

    VR-Zone.com is here to maximise your spending power! We bring you coverage of COMEX 2010, held at Suntec Singapore from 2 to 5 September 2010. This year’s exhibition is the largest in COMEX history – taking up all accessible levels, including ballrooms. Hang around as we work to give...

  • Starhub Announces Fibre Optic Plans, Up to 1Gbps

    Starhub have announced their suite of fibre optic plans for residential and business users, riding on Singapore’s Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network. 

  • AMD Bulldozer Die, Llano Wafer Pictured

    SemiAccurate have scored pictures of AMD’s next-generation processors at Globalfoundries’ GTC summit. The first is a die shot of Orochi, the first CPU of the Bulldozer family. The die shot is an 8-core, 4 “Bulldozer module” CPU, expected in late 2011 for Servers. More next page…

  • [Rumour] AMD to release Radeon HD 6800 in early 2011; mainstream HD 6000 in Q4 2010

    In a conversation with an AMD employee, Polish website PCLab claim to have scored several vital details regarding AMD’s much anticipated Radeon HD 6000 family. Most importantly, AMD is planning to release entry level / mainstream cards first, with the performance / enthusiast cards coming last, which is contrary...