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  • 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 Mymypc.com has got hold of a HD 5750 and put it through its paces. More details next page.

  • 1TB Holographic Discs Unveiled

    A 1TB Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD) was unveiled in Emerging Tech Conference. GE expects this to reach the market in two to three years with another two or more year before it’s available to consumers as it shows a 1TB Holographic Disc (HVD). The “good” news is the disc can be read by a modified

  • 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

  • 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.

  • PSP Firmware 6.10 Brings Internet Tethering To PSP Go

    Playstation Network Operations Director, Eric Lempel have announced on the official Playstation blog that its upcoming 6.10 firmware will be available soon. Bringing with it are the features like Internet Tethering and a new SensMe

  • Sony Ericsson announces Naite, Jalou and T715 in Singapore

    The Naite, Jalou and the T715 are three of the latest stylish mobile phones from Sony Ericsson and they are coming in early and mid October. Check out the releases for these three phones.

  • New Internet Speed Benchmark Tool Out – Quality of Service Test (QoSTest)

    Many countries have begun next-generation broadband rollouts via fibre-optic cables, with providers promising ever-increasing speeds to customers. The next 2 years will be a key period as several countries like Singapore, Australia and the US will complete installation of key infrastructure which is predicted to bring upon the next digital age. We notice, however, that

  • AMD announces Open Physics Initiative

    Following in the wake of several controversies regarding Nvidia’s closed proprietary physics engine, PhysX, AMD have officially announced an initiative to expand the use of game physics using the open source Bullet Physics engine. Nvidia have used PhysX as an marketing tool since 2008, by making it proprietary. Basically if you want PhysX – buy

  • Intel demonstrates concept notebook with 4 displays

    Intel showed off an interesting concept notebook – with three small touchscreen sub-displays right above the keyboard, in addition to the main display. More next page.

  • MP3 Player Volume Restrictions On The Way

    MP3 players are among the most popular consumer electronics products on the market today as almost every person you see on the streets or trains will be listening to one. Users who enjoy their music at an ear-shredding 125 decibels will be disappointed to learn that the European Union will be rolling out new legislation to

  • Google, Bank Resolve Issue Over Misfired E-mail

    A week ago, we had news that Google was sued by a bank over sensitive E-mail sent to a wrong Gmail address by the bank’s employee. Apparently, the issue has been resolved with Google deactivating the Gmail account on the judge’s order. According to Cnet news, the Gmail account will be frozen until the court

  • ATI Radeon HD 5850 arrives, availability update

    Exactly a week after the Radeon HD 5870, little sibling HD 5850 is here. The HD 5850 is based on the same Cypress GPU – with 2 SIMD units disabled from the 5870 – leaving 1440 SP / 72 TMU. Furthermore, both core and memory have been downclocked to 720 / 1000 from 850 /

  • Dell’s latest Latitude Z comes with wireless charging

    Dell has launched their new Latitude Z which claims to be the world’s lightest 16-inch laptop and first to feature wireless docking, inductive charging. Yes, you heard right. This literally means you can charge the laptop by placing it on a special notebook stand without having to connect the power adapter or cable.

  • Microsoft anti-virus is now free to download

    In June, Microsoft announced the launch of their free beta PC security service - the Microsoft Security Essentials (formerly codenamed Morro). Well, good news is that the real-time anti-malware service is now free for download.

  • US Relaxes Control Over Internet

    BBC news has reported that the US government is relaxing its control over the internet. Icann, a not-for-profit private sector corporation set up by the US government, oversees the internet structure and is due to sign a new agreement with the US government on Wednesday. It is believed that the new agreement will give Icann more independence

  • Alcatel-Lucent Achieves New Transfer Speed Record – 400 DVDs data per second

    Alcatel-Lucent has announced that it has set a new optical transmission record of more than 100 Petabits per second.kilometer or the equivalent of 400 DVDs worth of data per second over 7,000 kilometers (roughly the distance between Paris and Chicago). Read more to find out how this breakthrough was achieved and how it will impact

  • QNAP Announces NMP-1000 Network Multimedia Player

    QNAP Systems, Inc has unveiled the NMP-1000 Network Multimedia Player, a new generation of home networked appliance that can be best described as a set top player with NAS server capability. The stylish player features cinema-grade home theater movie and video playback on the internal harddisk, advanced NAS features for storage and file sharing and supports

  • [Rumour] Nvidia GT300 Architecture Details revealed

    Rys over at Beyond3D has not leaked outright, but teased, a blurred architecture diagram of what appears to be Nvidia’s next-gen GPU. Interestingly, the codename is GF100, which is the third codename we have heard following the popular GT300 and the recently revealed Fermi. We are not sure which of them is the most appropriate,

  • Panasonic Announces S8 and N8 Lets Note Series

    Panasonic Japan announced 6 New Let’s Note notebook series – F8, R8, W8, T8 and the new S8 and N8. Specs are pretty impressive for its streamline design.