• Problems with your iPad’s WiFi? Adjust the screen’s brightness

    No, we are not kidding: this is one of the fixes which Apple has listed out on its support webpage to help users who have been facing WiFi problems on their iPad. Read on to find out more.

  • Google To Launch E-book Store In End June

    Looks like Google is geared up to launch its e-book store. From various news reports, the search engine giant has managed to get almost all the permission to start the store and this could make it the most dominant electronic bookseller to Amazon and Apple.

  • Mandriva S.A may be up for sale

    It seems like it may be a gloomy day for the Linux community; Mandriva, the company which produces and sells the Mandriva Linux distribution, is reportedly seeking a buyer due to financial problems. Read on to find out more.

  • AMD cancels Phenom II X4 960T

    AMD’s upcoming Phenom II X4 960T, which was initially due to release in Q2, later post-poned to Q3, might not see the light of day, after all. It might end up in OEM systems, however. This is what AMD’s PR had to say: “I’ve been asked the question about...

  • M1 Launches Apps Store in Singapore

    Singapore Telcommunication provider, M1 Limited, has just announced the launch of their new App store designed for all platforms. The appstore has both free and paid apps, ranging from games, entertainment, social networking to utilities. Check it out at http://appstore.m1.com.sg/ Update: For those who are wondering about the iPhone apps on M1 app...

  • Verizon And Google Working On Tablet

    This year may well be the year of the tablet/slate. News sources have reported that Verizon Wireless and Google are collaborating to develop a Tablet, which could well be a competitor to the Apple iPad.

  • 3D Gaming on Xbox 360

    This picture could mean one thing – 3D gaming on a Xbox 360. Looks like the PS3 is facing up with some competition here.

  • Nvidia Geforce GTX 460 appears in E-tail

    A couple of European e-tailers have already listed Nvidia’s rumoured Geforce GTX 460 card, which was set for release during Computex 2010, i.e. first week of June, as the Geforce GTX 465. Interestingly, all listings thus far are for a MSI version, and the price is an average of...

  • Retail ASUS MATRIX 5870 PLATINUM – Exclusive First Look & Benchmark

    We’re glad to be amongst the first to unbox the ASUS MATRIX 5870 PLATINUM. Better still, we’ve even benchmarked the flow oven-fresh ASUS. Head in to find out more!

  • Sony Introduces NEX-3 And NEX-5 Interchangeable Lens Cameras

    Sony has announced their new hybrid compact cameras with interchangeable-lens to compete with the Micro Four Thirds cameras. Come in the form of NEX-3 and NEX-5, both cameras are scheduled to be in stores this coming July. Update: Sony Announced development of Interchangeable Lens HD Camcorder

  • Samsung Wave S8500 : What you can expect

    The Samsung Wave (model: S8500) was announced at the Mobile World Congress in February this year, and the phone is scheduled to be available in Q2. We at VR-Zone have had the exclusive opportunity to hands-on the almost-final production version of the Samsung Wave to see how good it is.

  • New Sony Vaio P Series To Have Accelerometer, Location Tracking

    Sony have announced its upcoming Vaio P series will be getting a slew of features, including accelerometer and location tracking. More after the break

  • LG reveals specs on upcoming Android-powered smartphone

    It seems that the Android operating system is on a roll, now that more handset manufacturers are coming forward to utilize Google’s offering for their own products. And LG has slipped some details of yet another Android phone in the works which is expected to hit the streets by...

  • Rumor: HP intends to launch ‘Hurricane’ Tablet with WebOS in Q3

    It was slightly over a week after HP announced the acquistion of Palm for $1.2 billion. And it is rumored that the computer manufacturer is coming up with a WebOS-based tablet, dubbed the “Hurricane”. in Q3 this year.

  • Windows 7-to-XP downgrade rights to expire soon?

    Downgrading Windows on new computers may be a common occurrence in the enterprise sector, where some huge corporations prefer to use the aging Windows XP as the standard operating system for daily use. However, it seems that Microsoft is making plans to kill off this particular downgrade path soon....

  • Facebook to offer location-based updates, checking in with McDonald

    With the growing popularity of Foursquare location-based social networking service, it is no wonder Facebook is also going to offer such location-based status updates for its users later this month. According to news sources, McDonald is also making a Facebook application that allow users to check in to their restaurants and...

  • Nokia fires another patent salvo at Apple

    In yet another fight over alleged patent infringements, Nokia has sent its lawyers against Apple, claiming that the Cuppertino company’s iPhone and iPad 3G infringed on five “important Nokia patents”. Read on to find out more.

  • AMD 890FX chipset: ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme pictured

    The ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme motherboard, targeted at both hardcore gamers and extreme overclockers, has made an appearance. We received an email earlier from ASUS containing pictures of this AMD 890FX chipset based motherboard. In its haste to get ready for the camera, it seems to have forgotten about its...

  • OCZ Unveils Enyo USB 3.0 External SSD

    OCZ Technology Group, Inc., leader in design, manufacturing and distribution of high-performance SSDs and memory modules, has unleashed its Enyo Portable SSD. More next page…

  • Akasa Preps Venom CPU Cooler

    Akasa is readying its Venom CPU cooler (AK-CCX-4002HP) for release. More details…