• Google To Stop Selling Nexus One In Web Store

    When Google launched their Nexus One, it was pretty much a phenomenon, especially when you are able to purchase the phone directly from Google. Now, things have changed. Google announced that handsets will not be sold online and instead partner with telcos.

  • Product Launch: LG INFINIA Full LED Slim 3D HDTVs

    The LG INFINIA series of HDTVs was launched on 14 May 2010 in Singapore at the Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza. The flagship INFINIA LX9500 is the world’s first Full LED Slim 3D TV, a two-time awardee at CES 2010, and a winner of the reddot design award 2010. Read more...

  • Sony Singapore Revamps Style Store

    This morning, Sony Singapore reopened their newly revamped Sony Style retail store at Isetan Orchard. The new store features a full range of Sony electronics products, as well as customer service point for both Sony Electronics and Sony Ericsson customers.

  • Bigfoot Networks Unveils World’s Fastest Gaming NIC

    Bigfoot Networks, well known for their Killer line of gaming networks cards, has announced the Killer 2100.

  • Lian Li Preps TYR PC-X2000F Full Tower Case for Release

    Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd, well-known for their quality aluminum PC cases for enthusiasts, is preparing the TYR PC-X2000F full tower case for release. More next page…

  • JPR: Nvidia back on track, shipped 400,000 Fermi cards

    Jon Peddie, head of Jon Peddie Research, estimates that Nvidia have shipped over 400,000 Fermi based Geforce and Tesla cards to date, corroborating Jen-Hsun Huang’s recent announcement that Nvidia had shipped “a few hundred thousand” GPUs. By disabling 1 SM in the GTX 480 and 2 SM in the...

  • Lian Li Announces PC-V352 Desktop / HTPC Case

    Lian Li has unveiled the PC-V352 Desktop/HTPC case, targeting users on the lookout for PC chassis with small footprints.

  • Mushkin Releases Callisto SSD Series

    Colorado based Mushkin Enhanced has unleashed the Callisto SSD Series. More details inside.

  • [Rumour] Nvidia preparing dual-GF104

    As expected, there will be no dual-GF100 card, as it is simply impractical, given the single GF100 pushes the barriers of PCI-e thermals. While the “TDP” is specified as 250W, reviews have seen actual “peak power” is approx. 300W, which is the limit for PCI SIG certified cards. However,...

  • Intel’s mobile Core CPU shortage in full force

    It was rumoured way back in February that Acer had “over-ordered” Intel’s Arrandale Core 2010 mobile CPUs, leading to market-wide shortages which would hit in March. Part of these rumours came to be true, as by the end of March, there was a shortage in supply of Arrandale CPUs....

  • Nvidia: We shipped a “few hundred thousand” Fermi GPUs

    Just a few weeks ago, Nvidia’s first Fermi cards – Geforce GTX 470 and GTX 480 released to a mixed reception and wide unavailability. Rumours suggested that GF100 had yields of 20-30%, and less than 10,000 units had been shipped. These rumours were backed by facts for most of...

  • BlackBerry Tablet Rumored To Launch This Year

    Looks like the market for tablets is getting hotter, whether from ebook readers like Amazon Kindle, or the latest Apple iPad. According to news sources, Research in Motion, maker of BlackBerry mobile devices, could be developing a tablet.

  • iPhone OS 4 on a iPhone ’4G’ In Vietnam

    This couldn’t be another “coincidence” folks, as taoviet forums unveil the iPhone “4G” running  OS4. Things do look lovely for now

  • [Rumour] AMD to use 40nm TSMC Bulk for Fusion?

    AMD’s Llano APU might be locked and loaded for 32nm SOI at Globalfoundries, but the fabrication of Ontario – based on the Bobcat architecture – remains unconfirmed. Digitimes’ sources claim AMD is planning to outsource manufacture of Fusion CPUs to TSMC’s troubled 40nm bulk process. Considering Ontario was being...

  • GIGABYTE Unlocks Monster Performance with Latest UD9 Motherboard

    Power is the key to unlocking “True” performance, and nowhere is this more evident than with the unique power delivery system specially designed and engineered for the GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD9. More of the press release inside.

  • HTC Sues Apple For Infringement of Patents

    Apple filed a lawsuit against HTC for patent infringement in March whereby many see it as a move to get back at Google for the Android devices (indirectly). And just recently, the Taiwanese manufacturer has countersue Apple for infringement of their patents.

  • NEC NP216 Comes With 3D-Ready Technology

    The NP216 DLP projector is the latest addition to NEC Asia Pacific’s line of NP Portable series that comes with features including the ability to project 3D images. The XGA projector is available now at a reasonable S$1,199.

  • Gigabyte Open Overclocking Championship (GOOC) 2010 LN2 Session @ CDL

    The local wing of the Gigabyte Open Overclocking Championship (GOOC) 2010 has drawn to a close over the last weekend. Here is the behind-the-scene story of GOOC 2010 Singapore overall winner, spyboy48.

  • Samsung Launches World’s First 3D Home Theater HT-C6930W

    Korean manufacturer Samsung has announced the world’s first 3D Home Theater (HT-C6930W) that promises amazing experience in 3D stereoscopic images and 3D sound. The system comes with Samsung’s ‘Crystal Amp Pro’ which can minimize audio distortion and noise, and deliver clearer sound with high fidelity.

  • ASUS Introduces Eee PC Seashell 1201PN

    The ASUS Eee PC Seashell 1201PN is the latest netbook designed to provide superior multimedia experience to the users. The 12.1-inch features Intel Atom N450 processor, HDMI output, virtual 5.1 channel SRS premium sound, Bluetooth v2.1 and 802.11n wireless.