• Sony Japan Announces New Vaios with Windows 7

    Sony Japan have announced a new lineup of Vaio nettops and laptops to be launched on 22nd October. Eyebrows raised? Yes, these systems will come with Windows 7, mostly in 64bit flavors. More details after the break

  • Samsung’s Android-based Behold II Smartphone

    Behold the Behold II, Samsung’s Android-based smartphone, which is a Samsung Galaxy wrapped under T-mobile covers. Engadget managed to captured a few shots of this baby, T-mobile users, planning to get one soon?

  • Google Partners Energy Inc.

    Google is collaborating with Energy Inc. as its first device partner for the Google PowerMeter. For those who do not know, Google PowerMeter is a freeware developed and released to the public in February 2009 to help consumers monitor their electricity/energy consumption in real time via utility smart meters or...

  • Corsair Announces 950 Watt Power Supply

    Corsair has launched the Corsair TX950W power supply unit (PSU), adding on to its lineup of TX-series of high-quality PSUs. Measuring 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 160mm(L), the non-modular TX950W is built using industrial-grade components to ensure clean and stable voltages. More details next page…

  • [Rumor] ATI Radeon HD 5770 Benchmark, Pictures

    Following a scoop on the HD 5750, Mymypc.com’s Upon is back with some benchmarks and pictures on the ATI Radeon HD 5770. Visually, the HD 5770 is a dead match to the body design on the HD 5800 series. It is however, much shorter than the HD 5850 as...

  • [Rumor] ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series shows up at E-tail

    Fudzilla has linked to two German e-tail outlets which already have the HD 5750 and HD 5770 for sale. Interestingly, both the websites, Mindfactory and DriveCity, list the exacy same details. The HD 5750 is priced at €119, while the HD 5770 retails for €149. These are great prices...

  • Microsoft pushes “Windows Phones” worldwide

    Microsoft held a media event yesterday to officially launch their new Windows Mobile 6.5 OS for the smartphones. The company also debuts new services including My Phone for data backup and restoration. and Windows Marketplace for Mobile for users to find quality applications to use with their smartphones.

  • HTC Touch 2 coming to Singapore on 16 October

    HTC has just announced the availability of their latest Touch 2 smartphone that is running the new Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system and improved TouchFLO user interface for a more enjoyable user experience.

  • New Logitech mice can glide on glass and high-gloss surfaces

    Logitech has recently announced their new breed of mice – the Logitech® Anywhere Mouse M905 and Performance Mouse M950. Both are equipped with the latest Darkfield Laser Tracking which allow the mice to be used on glass and even high-gloss surfaces.

  • Research In Motion collaborates with Adobe to bring Flash player to BlackBerry devices

    Adobe has rolled out their Flash Player 10.1 software for smartphones, smartbooks, netbooks, PCs and other Internet-connected devices. And Research In Motion (RIM) has announced the collaboration with Adobe to bring full Flash player to their BlackBerry mobile devices too.

  • Creative Sound Blaster Easy Record helps you digitize your music collection with ease

    It is not easy to convert your cassettes, LP records and CDs to digital music for playback on MP3 players and the likes. But Creative has come up with the Sound Blaster Easy Record that would make the conversion process a breeze to users. Simply plug in the USB and necessary audio cables...

  • MSI introduces GT740 extreme gaming notebook

    MSI has added a new model to their popular G-series gaming laptops which appears in the form of GT740. The 17-inch monster features the latest Intel Core i7 quad core processor, Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and nVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M 3D discrete graphics card. Check out the official announcement...

  • PSP Go Hacked

    Mere days after the PSP Go hit retail stores to mixed reactions on 1 Oct, hacker Freeplay has managed to exploit some existing security vulnerabilities on a certain PSP gameand ran an unsigned code on it. The hack reportedly took advantage of modified save data files and restricted to user...

  • Elekit Tube Amplifier

    Elekit Tube Amp Koichi Futatsumata, a Japanese designer and founder of Case-Real studio, was commissioned by electronics manufacturer EK Japan Co., Ltd. (Fukuoka, Japan) to design an amplifier that will appeal to a younger age bracket. After months at the drawing board, Futatsumata created the Elekit Tube Amp, a vacuum...

  • Review: Samsung ST550 digital still camera

    Samsung has added two new models to their ST series digital cameras – ST500 and ST550 – and both cameras feature dual LCD screen that allows you to shoot own portrait easily by yourself. So is it worth getting one? Check out the review for the ST550.

  • AT&T unveils Windows Mobile 6.5 powered Tilt 2 and Pure

    AT&T has announced the new HTC Tilt 2 and Pure mobile devices which are running the latest Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system. The Tilt 2 (as seen above) features a 3.6-inch display, large QWERTY keyboard and 3.2 megapixel camera, while the Pure comes with a 3.2-inch touchscreen and 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with video...

  • Google Adsense advertisement hints on new Apple iMac, Mac mini and Macbook

    According to sources, online advertisements from Apple have hinted new iMacs, MacBooks, and Mac minis even before the official word from the manufacturer. Nevertheless, this is good news for Mac users who are looking for some new Mac machines.

  • Eleven Years of Goog11e

    On Sunday September 27 2009, Google, the number 1 search engine in the world, celebrated its 11th birthday with a new logo, featuring an extra “l” to the name Google (anyone saw it?). PCWorld has an article discussing the search and advertising giant’s eleven year history. For most users out...

  • Google Chrome OS in the Loongson CPU powered netbook?

    Netbooks and all-in-one desktops powered by Chinese Loongson CPU is expected to be powered by Google Chrome OS and will be made available as early as next month. Google, however, announced in July that the Chrome OS only available to consumers in 2010.

  • Sony Develops Highly Efficient Wireless Power Transfer System

    Tired of messy power cables connecting all your electrical devices? Sony’s latest innovation, the “Wireless Power Transfer System”, eliminates the need to use power cables and may be the solution everyone has been looking for. Read more…