• Sony To Discontinue Floppy Disk Sales in Japan

    Remember the good old floppy drive that you can find in some shops, particularly Sony? Sony is discontinuing it as quoted by this article.

  • Twitter Acquires Mobile Startup, Cloudhopper

    According to Twitter’s blog, the social networking company has recently bought over new mobile startup, Cloudhopper, which specializes in mobile messaging. This move means that Twitter can connect to other mobile carrier networks in other parts of the world.

  • PS3 Firmware 3.30 Adds Remote Play and Bitstream Audio Options

    Sony Playstation UK have announced more on firmware 3.30. Looks like it is not just about stereoscopic gaming and trophy management. More after the jump

  • Cops To Investigate Case For iPhone “4G”

    It seems that the iPhone “4G” case didn’t end just there. Cops are investigating the case on how the iPhone 4G was lost as it was left on a barstool in Redwood City by an Apple software engineer.

  • [Rumour] Intel Arrandale shortages to last through April

    Intel’s Core ix mobile processors continue to suffer supply shortages, with notebook manufacturers looking to refresh their line-ups in summer. Rumours suggest that certain new models could be delayed by as much as three months, if the supply problems don’t improve. Intel’s CEO, Paul Otellini, had recently acknowledged the...

  • [Rumour] Nvidia Geforce GTX 460 to launch at Computex

    Hardware-infos claim that Nvidia’s next launch – the GTX 460, is set for Computex 2010, which runs from June 1-5, 2010, at Taipei. As rumoured before, the GTX 460 will be a heavily crippled version of GF100, with 12 out of the 16 SMs enabled. The memory interface will...

  • HTC will not purchase Palm Inc

    Remember the article we posted some time back about Palm being on the lookout for potential buyers? Well, we know of at least one company which have decided that they do not want to purchase the ailing smartphone maker: HTC. Read on for more information.

  • Apple to introduce CMY displays?

    The Cupertino company has recently filed a patent application for a new invention known as “Subtractive Display”, which describes a display making use of the print-oriented CMY colour system instead of RGB. Read on to find out more.

  • Microsoft reports its earnings for Q3

    One might think that the Redmond giant’s earnings would have taken a beating after a double whammy of having both antitrust regulators and stiff competition snapping away at its heels. Surely Microsoft’s profits would have suffered, right? Apparently not. Read on for more information.

  • Hitler Parodies Removed From YouTube

    If you are searching on YouTube for those parodies (with edited subtitles) from the popular 2004 German movie “Downfall” - which highlights Hitler’s last days; you will find they are no longer available. Constantin Films, who owned the rights to the film have requested Google to remove the videos.

  • Lian-Li Launches PC-Q06 Mini Tower Series Chassis

    Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd has announced its PC-Q06 Mini Tower Series Chassis, aimed at over-clocking enthusiasts and IT professionals. More next page…

  • Zalman Readies NC3000 Laptop/ Netbook Coolers

    Zalman is preparing its NC3000U and NC3000S laptop/ netbook coolers for release. Read more…

  • Tuniq Readies Tower 120 Extreme Silver CPU Cooler

    Tuniq has unleashed its Tower 120 Extreme Silver CPU Cooler, adding on to its Tower 120 Extreme line-up of high performance CPU coolers. More details…

  • NZXT Releases Tempest EVO Camo Chassis

    NZXT, well-known for their affordable quality PC chassis, has unveiled the Tempest EVO Camo. More…

  • Cooler Master Releases Vortex Plus Low Profile Cooler

    Cooler Master has announced its Vortex Plus Low Profile Cooler, targeting HTPC enthuasists. More details…

  • NZXT Unveils Micro-ATX Vulcan Chassis

    NZXT has announced its mATX Vulcan Chassis, targeted at LAN party enthusiasts. More…

  • First Look at the Asus Rampage III Extreme Intel X58 Express Mainboard

    Premium mainboards have always been part and parcel of the hardware enthusiast’s wet dream. Join us as we unpack this piece of engineering art! 

  • Garmin-ASUS Partners T-Mobile To Launch Android-Powered A50

    The A50 is Garmin-ASUS’ first Android-based smartphone with powerful navigation capabilities, and it is selling in T-Mobile stores in USA. It will feature 3.5-inch HVGA touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, HSDPA, 3-megapixel camera, microSD card with support of up to 32GB, and running Android 1.6 operating system.

  • Chrome OS to support ARM and Tegra?

    A peek at Chrome OS’s git repository reveals a few juicy details about the kind of hardware Google is poised to support with its upcoming operating system. Read on to find out more.

  • Microsoft and Facebook launches Docs.com

    Microsoft and Facebook have announced Docs for Facebook, an application that allows users to use Word, Excel and Powerpoint online. Currently, the Docs is in beta and you will need to go to Docs.com to sign up.