• Microsoft licences patents for HTC’s Android phones, adds an additional dose of confusion

    Sure, we all know that Apple is suing HTC over alleged patent infringements found in the handset maker’s Android-powered devices, but Microsoft suddenly joins the fray by announcing that they have struck a licensing agreement with HTC over its Android phones. What’s going on here? Read on to find...

  • Sony Introduces New Blu-ray Disc Players – BDP-S470 and BDP-S370

    Sony Electronics Asia Pacific has announced their latest Blu-ray disc players for home users who want Full High Definition and 3D movie watching experience. The BDP-S470 and BDP-S370 feature Internet connectivity and allow users to access content found on BRAVIA Internet Video platform.

  • ATI releases Catalyst 10.4 for Linux, finally supports Xorg 7.5

    Users on ATI cards on Linux distributions utilizing Xorg 7.5 can finally rejoice, because ATI’s latest Catalyst driver now includes support for that particular version of X. And about time too, ATI! Read on to find out more.

  • HP Buys Palm For $1.2 Billion

    Just two weeks ago, Palm was up for sale and there were potential buyers from HTC as well as Lenovo bidding for the company. Well, today, from various news sources, it seems the HP would be the new owner as it buys Palm for a massive $1.2 billion.

  • Microsoft announces RTM status for Windows Embedded Standard 7

    It is not just the desktop and server markets which Microsoft is interested in pushing out Windows 7 and its underlying technologies to; the embedded space is also fair game, and Microsoft is keen to make its prescence felt in that area with its new Windows Embedded Standard 7...

  • [Rumour] Geforce GTX 460 to be priced against Radeon HD 5850

    Fudzilla report that the upcoming Geforce GTX 460 is being targeted at the $279-299 range, as opposed to the expected $250. With the GTX 460 being a largely cripped GF100 chip, we wouldn’t expect it to outperform the HD 5850, which ends up just shy of the GTX 470....

  • Motorola and SingTel Announce Exclusive Launch of Backflip in Singapore

    Today, Motorola and SingTel have jointly announced the exclusive launch of the Motorola Backflip in Singapore. The Android-powered Backflip with MOTOBLUR will be available from this Saturday (1st May) from as low as S$0 on selected price plans.

  • McAfee takes action, offers fix for those affected by botched anti-virus update

    After causing a global stir over a botched update which allowed the company’s anti-virus software to flag out svchost.exe as malware, McAfee is now trying to make it up to customers by offering to ship for free a CD containing the fix if telephone or online support fails to...

  • Nvidia: Chance of 512 core GF100 in the future

    Despite all evidence of something being terribly wrong with GF100 – half a year delay, missed clock speeds, incredible thermals, a top part with disabled SM, negligible availability at high prices, etc., Nvidia remains adamant that there are no problems with GF100 and low yield rumours are false. “TSMC’s...

  • Nvidia insists Fermi yields have met expectations, denies low yield rumours

    Nvidia’s General Manager of MCP Business Henry Drew insists that everything is on track for Fermi, and that contrary to popular belief, there are no yield issues with the GF100 GPU. Read on to find out more.

  • Confirmed: Apple has purchased chipmaker Intrinsity

    For the past week, rumour has it that Apple was seriously considering a purchase of an ARM-based chipmaking company in order to provide its products with an edge against its competitors. That rumour has been proven to be true, with Apple confirming its purchase of Intrinsity yesterday. Read on...

  • Google acquires widget maker, Labpixies

    Google has recently announced that it has bought over Labpixies, a developer of personalized widgets such as iGoogle, Android and the iPhone. According to Google, the team will be based in the Tel Aviv office and will anchor the iGoogle efforts across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

  • BlackBerry 6 Sneak Peek Video

    Need me to say anything more? Check out the official sneak peek video of BlackBerry 6 at WES 2010 brought to you by RIM.

  • Nikon Announces Super Telephoto Zoom Lens AF-S NIKKOR 200-400mm

    Nikon have announced their latest super telephoto lens, a AF-S NIKKOR 200-400mm f/4 lens. Some awesome quality. More after the jump.

  • ASUS Unveils 890FX Boards; Crosshair IV Formula & M4A89TD PRO

    ASUS today has unveiled two AMD 890FX based motherboards that supports and pushes the limits of the new Phenom II X6 CPUs with 2 new exclusive features; Core Unlocker and Turbo Unlocker. The Core Unlocker turns a budget quad-core version of a CPU into a full six-cores while Turbo Unlocker overclocks the...

  • Nokia Announces N8 Smartphone

    Nokia has announced their latest smartphone, N8, which is using the Symbian ^3 platform, features a powerful 12-megapixel camera and supports High Definition video playback and allowing users to edit using the built-in editing suite.  Read on for the news release.

  • G.Skill launches 2000MHz CL7 DDR3 memory modules for AMD platform

    G.Skill has launched their latest high-performance part, the 2000MHz CL7-9-7-24 DDR3 1.65V 4GB (2GB x 2) dual channel memory kit, complete with Flare heatspreaders. Enthusiasts looking for extreme memory to pair with AMD’s latest 6-core processors would be excited to know that G.Skill has tested this kit on an AMD 890FX...

  • Intel’s “K” Unlocked CPUs to feature revised heatsink

    In a bid to reach out to overclockers, Intel will be releasing two unlocked multiplier CPUs in the mainstream market – the Core i5 655K and Core i7 875K. Clearly, Intel’s reference coolers aren’t designed for overclocking, so they have decided to provide beefed up vertical-style heatsinks of the...

  • Android Market hits the mark, has more than 50,000 apps now

    The battle for the smartphone market has reached a new high, and Google’s Android is all set to give Apple’s App Store a run for its money with its massive library of downloadable applications. Read on to find out more.

  • Samsung Star TV Spotted on Samsung Asia website

    The Samsung Star full touchscreen mobile phone was launched in May last year, and today, a new version of the phone has been spotted on Samsung Asia website, in the form of Samsung Star TV.