Search results for "2"

  • OCZ Technology Unveils Vertex Limited Edition SSD

    OCZ Vertex Limited Edition (LE) SSD OCZ Technology Group, Inc., has announced the long-awaited Vertex Limited Edition (LE) SSD, targeting enthusiasts who are on the look-out for the “fastest SSD” in the market. Read more…

  • Sony SRS-NWGU50 Walkman Speaker Dock

    In a stylish piano black wood finish, the SRS-NWGU50 Walkman Speaker Dock is Sony’s latest two-channel speaker dock that offers superior audio quality with rich bass tones. Read on for more info.

  • S3 to demonstrate dual-GPU Chrome

    S3, minnows of the GPU world, have announced a new dual-GPU graphics card. The Chrome 5400E X2, like its name suggests, is a dual-GPU version of the Chrome 5400E, designed for the embedded market. Unlike Nvidia or ATI, however, the primary purpose of two GPUs isn’t increasing performance – rather increasing the number of display

  • Sharkoon Launches SATA QuickPort Duo USB3.0 Docking Station

    Sharkoon Technologies has rolled out the SATA QuickPort Duo USB3.0, a docking station that is able to hold up to two SATA HDD/ SSD. Read more…

  • Buffalo Releases MicroStation Portable SSDs

    Buffalo Technology has announced the MicroStation SHD-PEU2 family of portable SSDs. More details…

  • Datel Unleashes Space Dock for Xbox 360

    Datel has unveiled the Space Dock, an external HDD docking station for Xbox 360. More details next page…

  • Even Sportlifestyle company PUMA has come up with their own PUMA PHONE..

    Yes. Its true. PUMA, a brand name that is closely associated with sports lifestyle products, has announced their new phone – PUMA PHONE. According to the maker, the PUMA PHONE is not designed to compete with the other smartphones in the market. It features a solar panel built at the rear of the display and offers

  • Sony Ericsson comes up with mini versions of Xperia X10 – X10 mini and X10 mini pro

    The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is due to launch in Q1 this year. And before the X10 is even available in Singapore, the maker has announced two new ‘mini’ versions of the phone – X10 mini and X10 mini pro.

  • Nvidia reports positive Q4 financials

    Nvidia may be without a competitive Geforce product. However, surprisingly, that has not stopped Nvidia from recovering in Q4 of Nvidia’s 2010, which lasts from October 26th, 2009 to January 31st, 2010. An impressive revenue of $982 million almost doubled compared to the recession hit Q4 2009 (i.e. Oct 26th 2008 to Jan 25th 2009).

  • Garmin-Asus Unveils nuvifone A50 Android smartphone

    Garmin-ASUS has unveiled their new nuvifone A50 which boasts to be the first Android-based smartphone with more location-based technology than others. It sports a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, 4GB internal memory (and has a microSD card slot), as well as an integrated 3-megapixel camera with auto focus.

  • Powermat aims to expand its reach this year

    Powermat debut their cableless induction device charging last year, and this year, the maker has announced new product lines as well as expanding its reach worldwide. Its just a matter of time when you can find one in the store near you. Imagine the convenience of charging your mobile devices without the hassle of adapters and cables.

  • NVIDIA Marketing Director poses bomb scare

    A marketing director for Santa Clara-based NVIDIA is facing a misdemeanor charge after he allegedly told a flight attendant at San Francisco International Airport that he had a bomb in his jacket, prosecutors said Monday. It is a wonder how NVIDIA managed to find an empty spot for someone as insensitive to the raised airport

  • Verizon subscribers can now make free Skype-to-Skype calls

    Verizon and Skype have recently announced their collaboration to bring Skype to Verizon Wireless smartphone users. The move means that Verizon subscribers can now make free, unlimited Skype-to-Skype voice calls around the world (though that doesn´t apply to SkypeOut). Read on for the full news release.

  • Moblin + Maemo = Meego

    Meego. That’s the name of the new open-source platform from the collaboration of Intel and Nokia. According to both companies, the Linux-based platform can be run on various computing devices, including netbooks, smartphones, tablets, connected TVs and in-vehicle infotainment systems.

  • Windows Phone 7 Goes Official

    Every mobile enthusiast is prolly excited with the Microsoft unveiling its latest creation – Windows Mobile 7. No wait, it is now officially known as Windows Phone 7 series.

  • Windows Mobile 7 Gets No Flash

    Well, it seems like Windows Mobile 7 gets a no go with Flash, according to source. Apparently, this came from an official statement from Adobe who had mentioned that the newest version of Windows Mobile will not support Flash

  • Lian Li Unveils PC-A77F Full Tower Case

    Lian Li PC-A77F full tower case Taipei based Lian Li has announced the handcrafted PC-A77F full tower case, targeting the high-end and server markets. Read more…

  • Sunbeamtech Readies VentMax Tower Case

    Sunbeamtech VentMax Tower Case Sunbeamtech is preparing its VentMax tower case for release. More details…

  • Samsung Mobile Unpacked in Barcelona

    Samsung held their Mobile Unpacked event in Barcelona, Spain and unveiled their latest flagship phone, the Samsung Wave. Equipped with a 1GHz processor and 3.3-inch Super AMOLED screen, the Samsung Wave is the company’s first mobile phone with Bada platform.

  • Largest selling CPU brand – Pentium, even today

    In what may come as a bit of a surprise, the legendary “Pentium” brand name fights on with great strength. Whilst Intel continues tick-tocking Core branded next-gen products, the few Pentium Dual-Core CPUs will account for 42-43% of Intel’s total desktop CPU volume. In fact, Core 2 based Pentium E5000 and E6000 CPUs will take