• Test out pre-release builds of Ubuntu without downloading the full .iso

    Ars Technica has found a new tool which allows users to easily download and update the important parts of the Linux distro’s nightly development snapshots for easy and convinient testing. Read on for more information.

  • [Rumour] AMD Phenom II X6 clocks revealed

    As we have known for a while now, the Phenom II X6 CPUs will be released in three variants – 1035T, 1055T and 1075T at TDP of 95W, 125W and 125W respectively. The 1055T is expected to ship at 95W at a later stage. The clock speeds are the...

  • Energizer Engergi To Go Rechargable Power Packs Review

    Aren’t you just so sick and tired of your mobile devices running out of juice when you’re on-the-go? This is becoming a common headache for many people. But fret not, Energizer has come up with a range of solutions for the mobile generation. Read on to find out our...

  • [Rumour] Nvidia tapes out entry-level GF108

    SemiAccurate reports that Nvidia have taped out their first GF100 derivative. Unlike the norm of releasing the top product first and releasing the entry level last, Nvidia are releasing the enthusiast level GF100 first, following it up with the entry level GF108, thus opening up a major gap of...

  • Porsche Design P’9522 Black Edition

    The Porsche Design P’9522 Black Edition mobile phone is the first to be launched in Singapore, at the Porsche showroom. However, there are only 100 sets available for the users.

  • Windows Phone 7 Series: No Copy and Paste

    It was a surprise but it was mentioned during a Mix session by Microsoft that clipboard operations will not be supported in Windows Phone 7 series. That’s right. No copy and paste.

  • Internet Explorer 9 Test Drive

    Wanna give Internet Explorer 9 a test drive ? During the Mix10 event for developers, Microsoft unveils its upcoming Internet Explorer 9.

  • Eurocom announces availability of 6-core Intel processors for laptop

    Eurocom, a leader in professional desktop replacement notebooks in Canada, has announced that the D900F Panther Workstation will offer the 6-core Intel Core i7-980X Gulftown processor as a customizable option. Read on for more information.

  • SingTel and Ericsson Unveils 42Mbps LTE Trial

    SingTel and Ericsson have jointly announced their Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology trial, showcasing 42Mbps mobile broadband network (twice that of current existing 21Mbps speed). User can expect seamless experience when making phone calls, gaming, watching high definition videos and has 3D virtual mapping simultaneously.

  • High-priced hardware will kill Google Chrome

    So says an analyst from International Data Corp (IDC) regarding Google’s plans to bundle Chrome OS into mini-notebooks. But which hardware will be considered ‘high-priced’ in these machines, and how will it affect Google’s own operating system? Read on to find out more.

  • LTA Launches MyTransport.SG

    Land Transport Authority (LTA) Singapore has launched their new mobile service for motorists and commuters. Called MyTransport.SG, it provides comprehensive transit and traffic information to users with Wi-Fi, GPRS or 3G wireless connectivity on their mobile devices.

  • Left-handed Razer Fans Rejoice!!!

    Left-handed Razer fans rejoice! Razer has announced their first gaming grade mouse specially for the lefties players. Read-on to find out more.

  • Commodore: The return of the classic, revamped and refreshed.

    Still remember the classic PC-in-a-keyboard concept by Commodore? Now the company is back once again to produce that legend, this time revamped, and refreshed for the modern technology era. Read on to find out more…

  • HTC HD2 Will Not Be Upgraded To Windows Phone 7 Series

    Sources have indicate that HTC’s HD2 will not be be getting an upgrade to Windows Phone 7 series.

  • Hands On With The Flip MinoHD

    If you have walked past the Cisco-Linksys booth on level 6 of Suntec City Convention Centre during the IT Show 2010 last week, chances are you would have noticed the Flip Mino video camcorders on display for you to try out. VR Zone has a brief hands-on with the Flip...

  • Nvidia GF100 Die shots

    A forum member, emotion, at Chinese hardware website Ngacn.cc has leaked pictures of the much guarded GF100 die. They have also managed to flip open the heatspreader and clicked pictures of the die inside. Not only that, they even managed to measure the die size, which is now reportedly...

  • [Rumour] Nvidia Geforce GTX 480 to feature 480 SP

    Nvidia’s Fermi/GF100 was officially announced as a 512 shader (or CUDA Cores) part at the high end. However, thanks to seemingly endless problems and delays, the poor yield rumours led to rumours that Nvidia would struggle to put out a complete 512 SP product. Bright Side of News now...

  • [Rumour] Geforce GTX 400 Boxes are empty

    Pictures of a variety of GTX 470/480 packaging and boxes have been leaked online since Cebit 2010. Curiously, all these boxes have been pictured as closed. Fudzilla reports that while the boxes do exist, they are, in fact, empty. With just over 10 days to go to the big...

  • End of Support for WinXP SP2, Vista RTM, Win 2000 Pro and Win Server 2000

    The day has finally come. We (VR Zone) have just received an email from Microsoft that it will be ending the support for WinXP SP2, Vista RTM, Win 2000 Pro and Win Server 2000. Well, the operating systems will still be around, just that Microsoft will no longer provide any more security updates for...

  • ASUS Cine5 PC Speaker Claims World’s Compact 5-channel Speaker Bar

    The new ASUS Cine5 PC Speaker promises superior, multi-directional surround sound for gamers and personal entertainment users. It sports curved design with black glossy finish, and a metal knob for volume control. On top of that, the Cine5 claims to be capable of providing 5-channel audio from 2-channel source.