• 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.

  • Fiber Optic Speeds Over A Copper Line

    A recent article published by MIT revealed that fiber optic speeds could be achieved over the copper line. The technique is to combine 3 existing techniques.

  • Norton 2011 hits beta status

    Symantec has announced the beta release of its new Norton Internet Security 2011 and Norton Antivirus 2011 software, which is currently available for download at its beta website. Read on to find out more.

  • Android On The iPhone

    This is perhaps one of the interesting to catch our eye. Android OS on Apple’s iPhone. There is a video, check it out

  • Playstation 3 Firmware 3.30 Available, Adds 3D Support

    Wow, another update for your Playstation 3, this time introducing some updates rather than disabling. Hop on for more

  • Microsoft will Fix your Vista or XP problems, offline

    All you have to do is to download the new Microsoft Fix It from the company’s servers, and it’ll offer to scan and fix for the most common type of errors found in Windows. Read on to find out more.

  • Nvidia introduces 4-way SLI

    Anything more than 2 GPUs in multi-GPU mode may sound excessive and too exotic. Not for Nvidia, as their latest driver unlocks 4-way SLI for all Geforce GTX 400 cards. This is not the first time 4 Nvidia cards have worked in tandem, however, with EVGA’s Classified series motherboard...

  • Analysts: Nvidia Geforce GTX 400 yields 20-30%; <10,000 Cards shipped

    The unthinkable rumours are being all but confirmed. Financial analysts from Needham and Company claim that Nvidia has less than 10,000 cards worldwide at the moment (all sold out, presumably) with yields of 20%-30%. Things could have been even worse, perhaps hitting the “<20%” rumour had GTX 480 shipped...

  • Adobe: No more Flash-to-iPhone development

    It seems like the Adobe-Apple spat over Flash for the iPhone has ended in an ugly way, with Adobe ceasing all development of Flash-to-iPhone software to focus its efforts on Google’s Android OS. Read on for more information.

  • Dell Lightning, A Windows Phone 7, Leaked

    Dell has been a bit too quiet recently, but from online sources, the renowned PC maker is busy making new phones including this leaked Windows Phone 7. Called Dell Lightning, it features 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.1-inch OLED display (WVGA), 5-megapixel autofocus camera and 1GB flash memory with 512MB RAM and 8GB storage on MicroSD card.

  • Worldwide: McAfee Update Causing Corporate Windows XP To Shut Down (Updated)

    Folks at McAfee should be very busy now as a recent DAT update 5958 have caused corporate Windows XP machines worldwide to shut down The update have been unplugged from McAfee’s servers and a fix is in the works

  • Sanyo Lithium-ion Battery System Achieve Guinness World Record

    Sanyo announces Mira  EV * powered by their lithium-ion batteries traveled a distance of 555.6 km without recharging, achieving Guinness World Record for the Longest Journey by Mira EV * Mira EV is an electric vehicle converted by Japan Electric Vehicle Club.

  • Nokia Exec Thinks Cameraphones Will Make SLRs Obsolete

    With technology going very fast, it is no doubt one day in the future, a phone can do much more than ever and better with what it can do now. Nokia’s Anssi Vanjoki made a comment during a speech in Helsinki that “cameraphone technology will shortly make SLR system...

  • Cloud computing is “fundamentally disruptive”

    Ever since Google brought up the idea of cloud computing and software as a service, many companies have been quick to start offering similar web-based services, but Google admits the entire notion has an impact so great that many issues need to be worked out before it is ready...

  • Bluetooth v4.0 Promises Low Power Consumption And Longer Range

    Get ready for the new Bluetooth v4.0. According to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), the new specification claims to consume low power and longer range. You can expect devices with Bluetooth v4.0 to reach the market in late 2010 or early 2011

  • Rumour: IBM to revive OS/2?

    Before the Windows-Apple-Linux OS wars became a daily occurance, IBM fought a similar war with Microsoft through its OS/2 operating system, and lost. But could the technically superior OS (back then) be headed for a revival? Read on to find out more.

  • Adobe holds CS5 workshop, demonstrates various new additions to its software suite

    Adobe held a workshop on its latest CS5 creative software suite for professionals at their office in Suntec Tower 3 yesterday. And VR-Zone had the privilege of being invited to the event . Read on to find out what are some of the new features Adobe has added into its software.

  • Thanko Unveils USB Alarm Device for Laptops/ Netbooks

    Thanko, well-known for its cute USB devices such as “Cat Paw Mouse” and “Dinosaur Warmer Slippers”, has released an USB Alarm Device for laptops and netbooks. More details…

  • Buy An Android Phone If You Want Porn

    Yup. The exact words from Apple CEO Steve Jobs were “Folks who want porn can buy and Android phone”, in his email reply to an Apple customer on moral responsibility. Its ridiculous enough that a phone maker is deciding for its customers what is morally right by not having those apps...

  • Globalfoundries to fab 28nm ATI GPUs

    It was bound to happen. AMD are less than pleased with TSMC’s 40nm process, and the rumour mill have since declared that it is just a matter of time before AMD moves GPU production to Globalfoundries, at least to some extent. The transition from TSMC to Globalfoundries will begin...