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  • 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 mode only – meaning changing the

  • 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 tube hybrid stereo amplifier. Featuring two

  • 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 capture.

  • 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.

  • 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…

  • PSP Go Launched – Consumer Reaction Mixed

    PSP Go (PSP-N1000) PSP Go was available for sale in retail shops on Thursday in US, Europe and Asia. Opinions and reactions were mixed as the Go was highly priced, putting off many prospective customers. For comparison, the new PSP Go (PSP-N1000) retails at a MSRP of USD$249.99 whilst the older PSP-3000 at USD$169.99 in the

  • Update on AMD/Nvidia Anti-Aliasing/PhysX controversy

    Right after the release of Cypress (HD 5800 series), several controversies have arisen amongst the gaming community, accusing Nvidia of anti-competitive practices by disabling software support in presence of ATI Radeon graphics cards. The first instance was when Nvidia disabled PhysX if used together with an ATI card. While this was done in a Forceware

  • [Rumour] Nvidia Fermi to release in three variants

    Fudzilla reports that Nvidia’s Fermi architecture-based GF100 chips will ship in three variants. The three variants are a dual-GPU flagship, a high-end single GPU and a performance single GPU – all based on the same GF100 chip. First up is the full version – with all 16 SM units – running at maximum clock speeds.

  • Automated Facebook Attacks

    Same picture with different name and same link. Click on image to enlarge Roger Thompson, chief research officer for AVG, has warned Facebook users about a number of fake profiles with malicious links. Apparently, the spyware is able create numerous bogus Facebook accounts automatically, bypassing the Facebook Capcha (the image of letters which are required

  • Sophisticated Trojan Steals Euro 300K from German Banks

    A group of researchers at Finjan has exposed a cyber-gang which has created an ultra-sneaky banking Trojan that had looted about €300,000 (equivalent of SGD$619,860) from German bank accounts over a 22-day period. More on next page…

  • TDK Creates 320GB Disc Using Blu-ray Technology

    Hyped about the Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD) mentioned earlier ? TDK has a different approach using existing Blu-ray technology Correct. Stacking 10 layers and creating a 320GB disc, 32GB each.

  • [Rumour] Nvidia ‘demonstrated’ a non-functional Fermi dummy?

    Since our previous article, waves of new pictures in greater detail have hit the internet – many of which are revealing. These detailed pictures have started a rather speedily rotating rumour mill claiming a conspiracy theory that Nvidia does not in fact have a working Fermi sample and the entire architecture only exists on paper.

  • Samsung introduces new line of AV products in Singapore

    Today, Samsung unveiled a new line of AV products in Singapore which includes the Samsung HT-BD8200 that claims to be the world’s first Blu-ray sound bar, and also the R1 and M1 “Beat” MP3 players.

  • IBM launches LotusLive iNotes webmail

    IBM has announced their new LotusLive iNotes web-based email software that is designed for professionals to manage business-critical information and collaboration, online and offline.

  • [Rumour] ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series details, benchmarks, pictures

    Following the release of ATI’s Radeon HD 5800 series, next up is the more affordable Radeon HD 5700 series. Reputed member Upon from Chinese forums has got hold of a HD 5750 and put it through its paces. More details next page.

  • SanDisk Launches 3 New Memory Cards for Gaming Consoles

    SanDisk has unveiled 3 additions to its lineup of flash memory cards for gaming consoles, namely the 16GB Memory Stick Micro M2 Card (for Sony PSP go System), 32GB Memory Stick PRO Duo and Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo Cards (for Sony PSP System), and 8GB SDHC Car (For Nintendo DSi System). According to Sandisk, these cards

  • [Press Release] Nvidia Fermi to power world’s fastest supercomputer at ORNL

    Following official unveiling of Nvidia’s next-gen Fermi architecture, Nvidia have notched up a big win in the HPC industry already. Oak Ridge Natural Laboratory (ORNL) will build a supercomputer using Nvidia’s Fermi products, intended to be 10 times more powerful than today’s fastest supercomputer. This is a massive magnitude to overtake what is today world’s

  • Nvidia Fermi Pictures

    Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang has unveiled Nvidia’s next-gen GPU at a keynote event yesterday (30th September). Pictures of this unveiling are now available on the internet. More next page.