• iPhone 4: jailbroken at last

    It seems that one thing is clear: no matter how much Apple tries to block people from jailbreaking the iPhone and warning users that doing so may void the warranty, the hackers always succeed in doing so. And next up on the chopping list? A solution to jailbreak the...

  • Latest firmware update for Playstation 3 accidentally bricks consoles (but only if you upgraded the hard disk)

    Just when you thought that Sony’s recent firmware update to disable the console’s ‘Other OS’ feature could not have been more controversial, out comes the company with yet another firmware update which is reportedly capable of bricking the console. But there is a difference though: this one is purely...

  • Dell UltraSharp U3011 release soon?

    From some photos we have here, it looks like the goods have arrived. But when will the 30-inch UltraSharp U3011, successor to the 3008WFP be officially released? More shots inside.

  • RIM rumoured to be working on ‘Blackpad’

    If news about HP’s WePad and Lenovo’s recently-confirmed LePad has not been enough to get you interested in the developments going on in the tablet space, perhaps RIM’s rumoured ‘Blackpad’ would. And it is not just the name that is going to raise some eyebrows. Read on to find...

  • HTC Announces Price Revision For Their Android, Windows And Brew MP Smartphones

    If you haven’t bought your HTC phone yet, check out this piece of good news. HTC Singapore has announced a price revision for their Android, Windows and Brew MP smartphones which take effect on 1 August.

  • Gainward releases overclocked version of GTX 460 with 2GB memory

    Does the world need another GTX 460? Gainward apparently thinks so, and has set forth to impress with a new graphics card containing a whopping 2GB of VRAM. This Golden Sample (GS) is based on the GF104 chip’s 40nm technology, which means that it comes with 336 CUDA Processors,...

  • MSI launches GX660 and GX660R gaming notebooks, raises the bar for portable multimedia experience

    Gaming notebook are fast gaining acceptance in the market as portable powerhouses , and manufacturers of such notebooks are undoubtedly keen to maintain their presence in such a segment. Needless to say, MSI is no exception to the rule, and their new GX660/GX660R gaming notebooks come with massive amounts...

  • Overclocked: Palit GeForce GTX 465 non-reference

    We have decided to do away with a review of our Palit GeForce GTX 465 by coming up with this overclocking feature. With ATI’s latest Catalyst 10.7 and NVIDIA’s Release 258.96 drivers, we compare how much faster the custom-built Palit gets when it is overclocked against the Radeon HD 5850....

  • AC Ryan launches new HD media player, calls it Playon!DVRHD

    AC Ryan has announced the availability of the new Playon!DVR HD media player, a device which it claims is the world’s first DVR+ HD media player that allows for online remote access. Read on for more information.

  • Youtube increases video upload limit to 15 minutes

    If you are the kind of person who uploads long videos (with added emphasis on the world ‘long’), to Youtube, this announcement from the online video portal may be of interest to you. Effective immediately, all users are now allowed to upload clips of up to 15 minutes on...

  • StarCraft II : Wings of Liberty Review

    Twelve years of wait may be painful for some but for StarCraft fans, it was worth it. So how good is it and would fans be disappointed? Read on for the review of this long-anticipated game that may just get you to buy it.

  • Copia Preps US$99 Color E-Reader for Release

    Copia, subsidiary of DMC WorldWide, is readying its affordable e-reader for release.

  • Thermaltake Presents Toughpower Ultra Slim 95W Power Adapter

    Thermaltake has announced the Toughpower Ultra Slim 95W universal power adapter, targeting notebook / netbook users always on the move.

  • 8-inch portable computing wonder: the Sony VAIO P

    The VAIO P may be one of the more desirable ultraportables in the market, but it also comes with a very impressive price tag which for most people happens to be way out of reach considering its hardware specifications. We take a look at the new, improved VAIO P to...

  • GIGABYTE SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Motherboards First to Support UASP

    GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and other computing hardware solutions today announced support for USB Attached SCSI Protocol (UASP) on their entire range of USB 3.0 motherboards.

  • Creative Unveils Sound Blaster X-Fi MB2 Software Suite

    Creative Technology Ltd has announced the Sound Blaster X-Fi MB2 suite, an audio enhancement software that promises to deliver “premium audio quality, effects and features” on PCs with onboard audio.

  • Kingston Unleashes DataTraveler G3 Flash Drives

    Kingston Technology Company, Inc., independent world leader in memory products, takes mobility a step further with the release of its DataTraveler G3 series of flash drives.

  • Wrapsol Ultra offers the screen protection you need for your iPhone 4 and iPad

    Wrapsol claims to be the world’s strongest protection system for most digital devices including mobile phones, ebook readers, MP3 players as well as cameras. The maker has recently announced their Ultra series that provides scratch and stronger protection for your devices.

  • LG Announces Android-based Optimus Z

    It was not too long ago that LG has launched their Optimus smartphone. And close to the end of July, the Korean manufacturer has announced the new Android-based Optimus Z.

  • Internet Explorer 9 beta due in September, specific date not disclosed

    Microsoft had already released three Platform Previews of its upcoming Internet Explorer 9 web browser, and the response towards the software giant’s effort in supporting open web standards has been generally favourable. Will the beta version coming up sometime in September maintain that momentum? Read on for more information.