• [Rumour] AMD Fusion in late-2010

    AMD’s first Fusion APU, Llano, had been previously scheduled to release in early 2011, with CPUs being shipped to OEM manufacturers by the end of 2010. Fudzilla now suggests that AMD will be able to release Llano as early as late 2010, or less than half a year from...

  • ATI releases Catalyst 10.5 drivers for download

    ATI’s Catalyst drivers has released yet another update in the form of version 10.5, adding support for certain new hardware and fixing various issues found in previous versions. Read on to find out more.

  • Samsung Introduces Android-based Galaxy S in Singapore

    Samsung held a regional launch for their new Galaxy S Android phone, at Suntec City Exhibition Centre. And it seems that the “S” in its name could mean “Singapore”, being the first country to launch the phone; or it could also stand for “SingTel”, from the exclusive tie-up with the telecommunication service...

  • Steve Ballmer launches Office 2010 for businesses, talks about “The Future of Productivity” in Singapore

    It is not often one gets to see the CEO of a huge, global company down in sunny Singapore, but Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was a picture of confidence as he talked about Microsoft’s new Office 2010 and its impact on businesses, and how cloud computing will make it...

  • epiCentre Store Opens At Marina Bay Sands

    epiCentre, a subsidiary of Afor Limited, has recently announced the opening of their store at the new Marina Bay Sands. The 1,600 squre feet store carries Apple products and accessories (no iPad yet, but iPad accessories), and others including Wacom tablet and Sonos wireless speakers.

  • Atlas Sound & Vision opens new showroom at TripleOne Somerset, raises the bar for customer experience

    Atlas Sound & Vision announced the official opening of their new showroom at TripleOne Somerset on 25 May, 2010, which promises to deliver the best audio visual retail experience to its customers. Read on to find out more.

  • Nvidia Geforce GTX 480M in June

    Nvidia has done the unthinkable – turn the 300W GF100 behemoth into a mobile GPU. It doesn’t come without it’s (hefty) compromises, however. At first glance, the GTX 480M looks like a severely downclocked version of the desktop GTX 465, which itself is heavily crippled. This means the GTX...

  • LG Singapore Launches LG Mini (LG GD880)

    Today, LG Singapore announced the launch of their new “Mini” (LG GD880) smartphone that boasts elegant design, 3.2-inch full touchscreen display and first to incorporate HTML5-compatible Phantom Browser. Read on for the news.

  • First Nvidia Geforce GTX 465 “Preview” released

    Xbitlabs have released a quick preview on the GTX 465 a full week before release. As we have known for quite a while, the GTX 465 is basically the GTX 470 with a full 3SMs disabled, thus a total of 11SM and 352SP. The memory system is much changed...

  • Scythe Announces Kama Bay AMP 2000 PC Audio Amplifier

    Scythe has unveiled the Kama Bay AMP 2000 PC Audio Amplifier (model no: SDAR-2000), expanding its diversified product portfolio from performance cooling solutions to audio products. More…

  • Nvidia unleashes Release 256 drivers

    Nvidia’s anticipated Release 256 drivers are finally here. The first drivers released is the 257.15 beta, supporting all Nvidia graphics cards since the 6 series. Needless to say, these are the most dramatically improved drivers since “Big Bang II” back in 2008. Nvidia claims dramatic performance increases for the...

  • Pics of BlackBerry Bold 9800 Slider Up On Web

    The BlackBerry Bold 9800 was caught on video a few weeks ago, and recently, some more photos of the phone have been published online. The new Bold 9800 features a sliding QWERTY keyboard and runs on BlackBerry OS 6.

  • Google starts rolling out encrypted search functionality

    It seems like Google is starting to take the whole concept of user-privacy even more seriously than before, and it plans to do so by introducing encrypted search capabilities to its search engine, a feature which is conveniently absent in the offerings by most competitors. The caveat? It’s still...

  • Google releases VP8 codec, launches new WebM container for HTML5 video

    In line with its ‘Don’t be evil’ policy, Google has announced the freeing of the VP8 codec which it had obtained from its purchase of On2 Technologies for use in HTML5 video, along with the new WebM container support for Youtube. But all does not look well for the codec which...

  • Samsung Wave, The First Bada Phone, Arrives

    It was in Februrary at the Mobile World Congress where Korean manufacturer Samsung announced their new smartphone, the Samsung Wave, which claims to be the first smartphone to incorporate the open Bada platform. And now its finally here. 

  • Prolimatech Preps Samuel 17 Low Profile CPU Cooler for Launch

    Taiwan based Prolimatech is readying its Samuel 17 Low Profile CPU Cooler for release. More…

  • EVGA Ships Hydro Copper Water Block for GTX 470

    California based EVGA has started selling its Hydro Copper water-blocks for GeForce GTX 470. More details…

  • Early adopters of Nintendo 3DS will consist of hardcore gamers

    Tecmo Koei’s CEO is predicting that Nintendo’s much anticipated Nintendo 3DS handheld console may break away from the company’s casual player-friendly position by targeting hardcore gamers in its early years instead. Read on to find out more.

  • Scythe Announces Kaze Server 3.5 Intelligent Fan Controller

    Scythe has launched the Kaze Server 3.5 Intelligent Fan Controller (model no: KS01-BK-3.5), a 3.5” variant of its older brother, the Kaze Server 5.25 fan controller. More next page…

  • Xilence Prepares M606 for Release

    Taipei based Xilence Technology is readying its new performance CPU cooler, the M606, for released. More…