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  • [Rumour] Nvidia Geforce GT 240 Benchmarks, GT 200 series details

    Though GF100 may be the next big thing coming from the Green team, the next Geforce products arriving soon are the entry-level Geforce GT 200 series cards (not to be confused with the die GT200 on GTX 200 series products) Geforce GT 220 and the Geforce GT 240. Both are based on 40nm, DX10.1 chips.

  • Comcast Pop-ups Alert Customers to PC Infections

    Comcast’s trial warning pop-ups. Singnet/Starhub warning pop-ups in the near future? Philadelphia-based Comcast, the largest cable operator and residential internet provider in the US, has launched a trial of a new automated service that will warn its broadband customers of potential virus and malware infections. These warnings will be relayed to the customers via browser

  • Nokia Booklet 3G to sold in Germany on Oct 22

    The much talked about netbook from Nokia, the Booklet 3G, will be made available in German stores on October 22, 2009. reported that the Nokia Booklet 3G will be sold via a telecom operator with a contractual 3G-plus service. To take home the Nokia Booklet 3G, Germans will have to sign up for a

  • PowerColor Partners EK for Liquid-Cooled Radeon HD 5870

    EK waterblock for the Powercolor Radeon HD5870 TUL Corporation, owner of Powercolor and leading supplier for ATI based graphics cards, is partnering with EK to provide a Liquid Cooling Solution (LCS) for the Radeon HD5870. For those who do not know, EK is an award-winning liquid cooling solution provider based in Slovenia and we had

  • Swiftech Unveils New Apogee XT Flagship Waterblock

    Swiftech’s Apogee XT Swiftech has released its new flagship product, the Apogee XT, adding on to its lineup of high performance GT series of waterblocks. Weighing 428g, the Apogee XT is constructed from copper and brass and coated in black chrome plating finish. More next page…

  • [Rumour] ATI next generation codenames

    Although we have only seen one series released from ATI’s Evergreen generation, the rumour mill is floating various codenames for ATI’s next generation products, releasing in H2 2010. Fudzilla claims that the generation will be codename “Hecatonchires”, as the successor to Evergreen. More details next page.

  • SanDisk Extreme 32GB SDHC Card is World’s Fastest

    SanDisk has recently unveiled their new 32GB Extreme SDHC card which claims to be the world’s fastest with up to 30MB/s read and write speeds. It is designed for digital SLR users, allowing them to shoot in burst mode with minimized time in processing and storing the data. Update: The SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB card is now available at major retailers in

  • Garmin-ASUS nuvifone G60 Review

    In early 2008, Garmin announced their GPS device that is also a smartphone, and they unveiled a prototype of it. A year later, they joined hands with ASUS to jointly launch the Garmin-ASUS nüvifone G60. Officially debuted in CommunicAsia 2009, the G60 has finally made its maiden trip to our hands. So lets take a look at how well

  • New Webshop for ARCTIC COOLING Users

    Artic Cooling’s new webshop Artic Cooling (AC) has launched a new webshop, promising enthusiasts worldwide a user-friendly and convenient online shopping experience. The new webshop provides better service by allowing users to buy AC products 24/7 from their desktops regardless of locality (Europe, Australia, Asia and US). Read more…

  • Epson announces opening of new Epson Library in Singapore

    Yesterday, Epson announced the opening of their new digital showroom - the Epson Library - designed as a hub for community and media activities, as well as customers and partners. The Epson Library is located on the third floor of Funan DigitaLife Mall.

  • Sony unveils its new VAIO lineup – VAIO X, VAIO L, VAIO CW, VAIO NW

    Sony Singapore unveiled its new VAIO lineup earlier today. There are four models, namely the VAIO X series, VAIO L series, VAIO CW and VAIO NW. In short, the VAIO X is Sony’s thinnest and lightest VAIO. Targeted at mobile professionals, it weighs just 655g and has a 13.9mm thin, yet rigid chassis. The VAIO L is Sony’s

  • 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 in-home energy management devices. Read more…

  • 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 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 – even lower than expectations. Mind

  • [Rumor] ATI Radeon HD 5770 Benchmark, Pictures

    Following a scoop on the HD 5750,’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 well as the HD 4800 series.

  • 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.

  • 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.