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  • Acer Announces Budget Lineup of Timeline Laptops

    In a recent news release by Businesswire, Acer announced their latest lineup of Timeline laptops for the budget conscious, yet offering a range of multimedia features in a stylish design.

  • MacBook Pro Update Enables 3Gbps SATA Transfer

    The newer batch of Apple’s MacBook Pros all have a standard issue if it is shipped with a standard SATA hard disk drive. You get 1.5Gbps transfer rate only, despite having a SATA-II capable hard disk. The recent update, however, addresses that.

  • CommunicAsia 2009 and BroadcastAsia 2009

    CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia maintains its position as the largest and most comprehensive infocomm and media event in Asia, featuring 1,923 exhibiting companies from 60 countries and regions from across the globe this year, despite the uncertain economic climate.  Industry professionals from across the Asia Pacific got to experience the latest technologies and most innovative solutions.

  • Logitech Introduces Vid Software for Video Calls

    Logitech has recently announced their new Vid software designed exclusively for making video calls and to easily set up with webcam installation. Compatible with PC and Mac, the Vid software is available for download at Logitech’s website.

  • Iriver’s Cutest Mplayer Eyes

    Iriver Japan unveils in their latest press release with a very cute release – Mplayer Eyes. Design is really cute, operating controls are unique, and it fits in nicely as a fashion accessory.

  • Noctua NH-U12P Core i7 Cooler

    Been quite some time since this cooler is out. The performance is not bad compared to the popular Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme. Lets examine the cooler in closer details.

  • Asus Maximus III Formula Sneak Peek

    The folks at Tweaktown were kind enough to post up lovely pictures of Asus’s upcoming ROG series – Maximus III Formula. Hardware specs were not confirmed but those pictues were enough to give us a little satisfaction.

  • Patriot Launches 128GB Magnum USB Flash Drive

    Patriot Memory has announced that their 128GB USB flash drive will be available for retail. Part of the Magnum series, these big sized flash drives allows extensive backup and data storage with reliable data transfer rate.

  • Microsoft Confirms Xbox360 Arcade With Bumped up Memory

    Dang! In a recent article by Joystiq, they have received confirmation that Microsoft will indeed have a “new” Xbox360 Arcade with a memory bump- well, a bump from 256 to 512MB and the good thing is – it is shipping now.

  • Samsung Debuts 1st 32GB DDR3 Memory Module

    It was a matter of time for it to become reality and Samsung did it, announcing recently of their first 32GB DDR3 memory module. Of course, these lovely looking babies pack some punch

  • Probably the world’s smallest MP3 player, theKube

    Singapore-based OLLO Technologies has launched the theKube, which claims to be the world’s smallest MP3 player. It measures just 23mm in length, breadth and height, weighs 18g and has 2GB internal storage (expandable to 32GB via a microSD card slot). Read on for the press release of this cute theKube MP3 player.

  • Microsoft will be launching Security Essentials Beta next week

    Microsoft has announced the launch of their free PC security service next week on June 23rd. The Microsoft Security Essentials (formerly codenamed Morro) claims to offer protection against viruses, spyware, malware and even rootkits.

  • Garmin-Asus launches nuvifone G60 and M20 at CommunicAsia 2009

    Garmin-Asus, a co-branded alliance between between Garmin and Asus, presented the Garmin-Asus nuvifone product line at its co-branded exhibit at CommunicAsia 2009. With the nuvifone, Garmin-Asus has turned the data- and voice-centric paradigm governing traditional mobile phone development on its head, instead introducing a revolutionary location-centric approach which will realize the full potential of ubiquitous

  • Olympus Announced PEN E-P1 Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens system camera

    Today, Olympus Imaging Singapore announced their new PEN E-P1 Micro Four Thirds digital camera with interchangeable lens system at the Singapore Art Museum.

  • Intel Confirms New Branding For Core Processors

    It is official as Intel have updated on their website for their Core processors. With a vision of – Fewer Brands, Greater Impact. Intel defines 3 processor levels – Intel® Core™ i7 processor, Intel® Core™ i5 processor and Intel® Core™ i3 processor.

  • Kingston First to Market 128GB USB Flash Drive

    Kingston has recently announced their new DataTraveler® 200 USB flash drives and claims to be the world’s first to market the USB flash drive of 128GB capacity. Unfortunately, according to the manufacturer, the 128GB drive is build-to-order only.

  • Sony Ericsson Singapore Event: Get Ready for Entertainment Unlimited

    No, Sony Ericsson did not launch the Xperia 2, and neither did it participate in this year’s Communicasia 2009. However, they did hold a separate media event at the Red Dot Museum showcasing the upcoming Sony Ericsson Satio, Aino and Yuri. But that’s not all…

  • Team Group launches Xtreem DDR3-2000 tri-channel series

    Following the same direction as its industry-leading and award-winning Xtreem and Dark series DDR3 tri-channel memory module kits, Team Group has launched yet another Xtreem tri-channel kit to further unleash the raw power within the Intel Core i7 platform. The new Xtreem DDR3 2000 kit runs at 2000MHz with jaw-widening low latencies of 7-8-7-20, while requiring only just 1.65V. The DDR3 2000

  • Sony Updates Vaio NW Laptop Hardware in Japan

    Sony Japan has updated their Vaio NW series laptops with better hardware, both models are available for retail except a slight change in hardware. **Note: Changes are only in Japan for now

  • Disney and Asus Announces Netpal For Kids

    It is common to see gadgets in collaboration with other companies for unique product launches. In an announcement between Disney and Asus, a new netbook (again?) has been confirmed. Known as Netpal, it is targeted towards kids and has features…well, targeted for kids.