• Skyfire browser may be accepted on Apple App Store, supports Flash

    Skyfire has launched their new version for Android phones and supports Flash, meaning users can view the flash animation and videos on websites. According to some news sources, the company is also making a version for iPhones and submit it to the Apple App Store later this year.

  • Buffalo Readies New DVD Writer

    Buffalo is preparing to release the DVSM-PS58U2/S-BK external DVD writer. More next page…

  • Swiftech Releases MCW80 Universal GPU Water-Block

    Swiftech has announced the MCW80 universal GPU water-block, successor to the MCW60. More…

  • Lamptron Launches FC6 Fan Controller

    Lamptron, manufacturers of next generation high performance computer peripherals, has released its FC6 fan controller. More…

  • G.Skill Unleashes Sandforce SF-1200 SSDs

    G.Skill has unveiled its Phoenix SSD series. More details…

  • GlacialTech Unveils IGLOO 5760 CPU Cooler

    GlacialTech, world class provider of cost effective cooling components and cases, has launched the IGLOO 5760 Multiple Platforms CPU cooler. More…

  • Asus EeeKeyboard Specs Announced Officially

    We have heard of Asus’s EeeKeyboard back last year and then news of it being delayed. Now, Asus announces it officially on their site with the specifications and the necessary you need to know

  • AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Tested

    AMD is on track at releasing their top-of-the-line Phenom II X6 1090T CPU. We bring you the performance numbers in a six-way CPU comparison, featuring guest appearance by AMD’s own Phenom II X2…or is it X4?  

  • Super Street Fighter IV Review

    Super Street Fighter IV (SSF4) was launched for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 a few days ago in normal, collectors and a limited dojo package edition. But is it really worth the money to get that extra set of features and characters? Here’s our take.

  • Kingston SSDNow V Series 64GB Review

    Solid-state drives (or SSDs) have been in the market for some time, and users who have converted to using such devices for their storage solutions have claimed substantial performance improvements over hard disks. Today, we compare the performance difference in a laptop that had its hard disk switched out...

  • Antec Launches New Laptop/ Netbook Coolers

    Notebook Cooler Basic Antec, Inc has announced 3 new laptop/ netbook coolers (Notebook Cooler Basic, Notebook Cooler Designer & Notebook Cooler Mini), adding on to its family of notebook coolers. More details next page…

  • SiTouch Introduces Compact Wireless Keyboard

    SiTouch Inc, a Californian based startup, has announced the Mini Wireless Keyboard, aimed at HTPC users, console gamers and presenters. More details….

  • Scythe Unleashes Kama Flow 2

    80mm Kama Flow 2 fan series Scythe, well known for its high performance cooling solutions, has unveiled its new Kama Flow 2 fan series. More…

  • Launch of New Coloud Headphones

    Coloud is a new name in the headphone market. Operating out of Stockholm, Sweden, the manufacturer has released 15 headphones based on collaborations with Hello Kitty, Marvel, Star Wars and Fame the movie last year. Not only do they look good, but they also boast superior audio quality for music lovers.

  • Nokia announces X2 and more games on Ovi Store

    Nokia has unveiled their new X2 music phone with 3.5mm audio input, 5-megapixel camera and features Nokia Messaging and social networking tools that allow you to connect to Facebook. On top of that, the maker has also announced more games on the Ovi Store.

  • Ubuntu 10.04 ‘Lucid Lynx’ LTS Goes Live, Penguins Rejoice

    It has been a while since the 9.10, now version 10.04 LTS of Ubuntu flavored Linux is now live and available for download !

  • Steve Jobs’s Thoughts On Flash

    Steve Jobs from Apple had published his thoughts on Flash in a recent press release. In his lengthy thoughts, he commented on how Apple got with Flash and its history before breaking down into various points why Flash should not be for mobile devices.

  • Review: HTC Legend

    The HTC Legend was announced (together with the HD mini and Desire) at Mobile World Congress in February. The successor to the popular HTC Hero was recently launched and VR Zone has the opportunity to check out the new Android 2.1 touchscreen smartphone. So will this phone live up...

  • AMD: Fusion to revolutionize tablet devices

    It seems that ARM and Intel’s Atom are not going to be the only contenders in the tablet market: AMD is keen in establishing a presence in that area as well, and is banking on its Fusion platform to do the job of giving ARM and Intel a run...

  • Adobe previews Flash player for OS X, throws in support for hardware acceleration

    Just because Flash for the iPhone is officially dead does not mean that it has to suffer the same fate on the desktop. Adobe has released a preview version of their upcoming Flash player for OS X codenamed ‘Gala’, and it comes with a feature the OS X crowd...