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  • HTC Tattoo Announced

    HTC has announced in their recent press release of their upcoming smartphone – HTC Tattoo. It will be another smartphone powered by Google’s Android OS. Check out next page for all the highlights.

  • NETGEAR RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router WNDR3700

    This NETGEAR RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router WNDR3700 is equipped with a 680MHz processor and boasts 500Mbps WAN to LAN speeds and 350Mbps real-world maximum wireless throughput. With such performance, you can enjoy high-definition video streaming and online gaming to the max.

  • Athlon II X4 review pops up, already available

    INPAI have reviewed AMD’s upcoming entry-level quad core CPU, the Athlon II X4 620, clocked at 2.6 GHz. As we know, Athlon II X4 based on the Propus die, are simply Phenom II X4 without the large 6MB L3 cache. As a result, the Propus die ends up far smaller, and cheaper for AMD to

  • Sony Singapore introduced Alpha850 full frame digital SLR camera

    The Sony Alpha850 digital SLR camera has landed in Singapore. This powerhouse camera packs a 24.6-megapixel full-frame Exmor™ CMOS sensor and features high ISO sensitivity of up to 12,800. It is available now at S$2,999.

  • ASUS announced new LCD monitors and Entertainment notebooks

    ASUS has recently announced their latest stylish Designo MS series LCD monitors and entertainment laptops including the N61, N71 and UL (UnLimited) series notebooks. Check out the press releases of the new products.

  • Seven Japanese chipmakers to challenge Intel, AMD

    Not content with the American domination of the CPU industry, seven of Japan’s dominant processor designers and manufacturers have teamed up to create a revolutionary new microprocessor. The coalition is led by the NEC and Renesas merger, which makes them world’s third largest chipmaker. Joining them is Hitachi, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Panasonic and Canon. A dizzying

  • World’s First “Hot Ice” Computer

    Professor Andrew Adamatzky, from the University of the West of England in Bristol, has created the world’s first “hot ice” computer. “Hot ice”, otherwise known as sodium acetate, releases heat on a cold day and is normally found in hand warmers. Read on here to find out how he managed to harness the “traveling wavefront

  • Reboot for UK’s ‘oldest’ computer

    BBC news has an article on the restoration of Britain’s “oldest” computer, the Harwell. It is interesting to see how computers have evovled from gas filled tubes in the 1940s to the densely packed transistors in the integrated circuit we see today. If Moore’s law (the empirical observation that the transistor density of integrated circuits

  • HTC Hero announced in Singapore

    Today, HTC held a media event in Singapore announcing their new Android phone, the HTC Hero. The Hero sports a 3.2-inch HVGA display, contour design and an anti-fingerprint screen coating. And the price? S$898 (without telco contract).

  • AMD 800 Series Chipsets Launch Schedule

    VR-Zone has put together a roadmap of the AMD 800 series chipsets line-up slated for release in Q2 next year. AMD 890FX/GX + SB850, part of the “Leo” platform for enthusiasts is slated for launch in April 2010 replacing the current AMD 790FX/GX + SB750 chipset. AMD 880G + SB810, part of the “Dorado” mainstream platform will come along in

  • AMD Fusion – first details

    Fudzilla has scored details on AMD Fusion – one of the main reasons behind the AMD, ATI merger. AMD have been working on the product since back in 2006 – and it aims to combine the CPU and GPU onto one die. The ambitious project will have to wait all the way till 2011 and

  • Toshiba BDX2000 Blu-ray player coming in November

    Just last month,Toshiba announced switching camp to Blu-ray and plans to launch a product by year end. And that product has materialized in the form of Toshiba BDX2000. The Blu-ray player will deliver Full HD 1080p video and supports 24fps playback. Look out for it in November.

  • LG showcased stylish displays at IFA 2009

    LG has showcased their latest monitors at the IFA show in Berlin, Germany which features a stylish design and boasts superb user experience for gaming as well as viewing movies and images. In addition, the company also unveiled their new series of digital photo frames that can play slideshows, music and videos.

  • Playstation3 v3.00 Firmware Review

    The Playstation3 version 3.00 firmware was made available by auto update and downloads around the globe recently, promising XMB (Xross Media Bar) interface changes, nice additions to the menu and also allowing simultaneous multi audio output. Lets check out what this this firmware promises …

  • Logitech Adds Squeezebox Touch and Squeezebox Radio to its wireless network music players family

    Enjoy your music, Internet radio and subscription services with the latest Logitech Squeezebox Touch and Squeezebox Radio, via a wireless network. The Squeezebox Touch will be available in the U.S. in December, while the Squeezebox Radio is scheduled for release in November.

  • LG released new Windows Mobile smartphones

    LG Korea has announced three new Windows Mobile smartphones today, which include the GW550 that is preinstalled with Windows Mobile 6.5 OS and QWERTY keyboard. The GW550 is scheduled to launch in in Asia, Africa and the Middle East later this year.

  • Solar Shanghai Pavilion Made From Used CD Cases

    In a news article posted on Inhabitat, Shanghai, home to next year’s World Expo 2010, will be presenting a building (the Shanghai Corporate Pavilion) constructed entirely out of used CD cases! Built entirely out of recycled materials, it will be powered by a solar thermal energy system. Certainly a good effort by the Chinese government

  • Exoskeletons Are on the March

    IEEE Spectrum has recently posted an article on their website, featuring Cyberdyne, a venture firm specialising in cybernetics. The firm is planning to ship nearly 100 more exoskeletons this fall. This will certainly improve movement for the disabled and make ife much more convenient. It will be interesting to see how this technology can be

  • Sony Introduces “make.believe”

    Sony has introduced a new brand message to unite their communication initiatives across electronics, games, movies, music, mobile phones and network services. Called “make.believe”, the brand message signifies the company’s spirit of creativity and ability to turn ideas into reality.

  • Creative Unveils ZEN X-Fi2 Media Player

    Creative has announced their gaming headphones earlier this week, and now the maker unveiled their new media player, the Creative Zen X-Fi2. It comes with a brilliant 3-inch touch screen and supports most audio and video formats. The Zen X-Fi2 also has a microSD card slot for expanded memory.