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  • “Little Impact on Taiwan’s semiconductor industry” after earthquake.

    Hardware enthusiasts, fret not: Taiwan’s semiconductor industry has announced that the recent quake will not pose any substantial harm on their production or manufacturing capabilities, so you can still get your favourite chips without much issue. Read on for more information

  • Five New Monster Cable In-Ear Speakers Arrives In Singapore; In Time For IT Show 2010

    Hwee Seng Electronics, the local distributor for Monster Cable products, has unveiled five new products from the maker – Turbine Pro Copper In-Ear Speakers/ Turbine Pro Gold Audiophile In-Ear Speakers, Miles Davis Tribute High Performance In-Ear Speakers, Jamz and Lil’ Jamz High Performance In-Ear Headphones. Good news is, these In-Ear Speakers and Headphones will be available

  • Vantec Announces USB 3.0 Products

    NexStar SuperSpeed SATA to USB 3.0 Adapter (CB-SATAU3) Vantec Thermal Technologies has launched a SATA to USB 3.0 adapter and USB 3.0 hard drive dock, expanding its portfolio of USB 3.0 accessories. More next page…

  • ZOTAC Unveils ZBOX HD-ID11

    ZOTAC International has launched the ZOTAC ZBOX HD-ID11 mini-PC, targeting users constrained by space. Read more…

  • WD Announces New SSD

    WD, the world’s leader in storage solutions, has unveiled the SiliconEdge Blue SSD series. More…

  • Nvidia Geforce GTX 470/480 PCB Pictures

    Following yesterday’s (or day before, depending on where you live) leak of the GTX 480′s PCB pictures, Computerbase.de have got their hands on both the GTX 470 and the GTX 480. At first glace, the GTX 470 appears to be noticeably shorter than the GTX 480. Also, the GTX 470 sports 2 x 6-pin PCI-e

  • Nvidia: OEMs demand rebrands

    Answering strong criticism following the recent Geforce GT 300 series releases, Nvidia have blamed large OEM outfits as the reason for Nvidia’s much criticized rebranding policies. The Geforce GT 330, for example, is based on the G92 chip, and has been known as no less than 8800 GT, 8800 GS, 9600 GSO, 9800 GT, GTS

  • Global Satellite Players Aiming For Bigger Slice Of Asian Pie At CommunicAsia2010 and BroadcastAsia2010

      Asia’s largest ICT and media industry event returns in June 2010 to offer global satellite service providers bigger push into Asia’s growing markets. Read on.  

  • [Rumour] Geforce GTX 480 to have a TDP near 300W

    Fudzilla’s sources claim the Geforce GTX 480 will end up at a mammoth TDP of close to 300W. To put this in context, ATI’s dual-GPU HD 5970 uses about that much power – with a TDP of 294W. The slower GTX 470 is rumoured for a 220W TDP. That is a massive 80W difference, and

  • [Rumour] GF100 Benchmarks vs. Radeon HD 5870

    Chinese website Pcinlife has leaked benchmarks of a GF100 based card simply titled “A Card” vs. the Radeon HD 5870. The two cards are compared in Crysis Warhead, Dirt 2 and Unigine. Interestingly, the products are mentioned as GTX 360/380, but this may be because the sample tested is an engineering sample, with an A2

  • Sony Vaio M Unveiled Unofficially

    It looks like Sony’s new Vaio M series has been unveiled…unofffically – VPC-M11M1E.

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470 benchmarks surfaces

    The folks at Chiphell have been posting performance numbers on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470. Shown was a Futuremark 3DMark06 screenshot alongside some game test numbers. More pictures inside.

  • Freescale Semiconductor announces new system-on-a-chip (SoC) for e-readers

    Cheaper e-readers for everybody? That might be exactly what Freescale Semiconductor is aiming for with their new processor, which is said to have the capability to significantly reduce the cost of manufacturing such devices. Read on for more information…

  • ASUS M4A89GTD PRO series motherboards officially announced, boasts exclusive Core Unlocker feature.

    Asus launched its new M4A89GTD PRO series motherboards yesterday at Taipei, claiming several performance-related improvements with various new features, with Core Unlocker being the most notable of them. Read on to find out more.

  • Xigmatek Announces Asgard II Tower Case

    Xigmatek has unveiled the Asgard II tower case, targeting the mainstream users. More details…

  • Fractal Design Announces Tesla PSU

    Fractal Design has unveiled its Tesla series of PSUs. Read more…

  • Corsair Unveils Air Series A70 and A50

    Corsair A50 Corsair, leader in the design and manufacture of high-speed memory modules since 1994, has announced the Corsair Cooling Air Series A70 and A50 performance CPU coolers. More…

  • Canon Singapore Announces New EOS 550D, Compact Digicams and PIXMA Printers

    Today, Canon Singapore unveiled their new consumer digital SLR camera, EOS 550D, four compact digital cameras – PowerShot SX 210 IS, IXUS 210, IXUS 130 and IXUS 105 – and four PIXMA printers.

  • [Rumour] New Apple iMacs to feature ATI Radeon HD 5750

    Bright Side of News report that Apple have bought a large chunk of ATI Radeon HD 5750 cards for its iMac refresh, which BSN suggests would be in June 2010. Apple has embraced ATI Radeon graphics cards since mid-2009, with the current iMacs shipping mostly with Radeon HD 4670 and especially HD 4850 cards. This

  • Is This The Blackberry Storm 3 ?

    Things are still a lil cloudy yet exciting as pictures of a Blackberry slider phone surfaced around the internet sphere. Could it be the Blackberry Storm 3 ?