Buffalo, leading provider of innovative network and storage solutions for the home and business, has launched its SHD-NSU2 series of SSDs. More details…
Danger Den is preparing to release a trio of water blocks for nVidia’s GTX 400 series of graphic cards. More…
It may sound lke an April Fool’s joke, but we might all soon be able to start communicating with our pets, thanks to Google’s latest translation tool for Android devices. Read on for more information.
Even though the Zune is probably never going to hit our shores, it’s definitely still a fantastic piece audio player worth reporting on. Read on for more information.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has announced the availability of their latest Lifebook MH330 for the mobile road warriors who want portability and performance in a sleek package. The MH330 is only an inch thick, weighs 1.1kg and is powered by Intel Atom N450 processor with 250GB hard disk.
It’s only for those who purchased a Noctua mounting kit for AMD motherboards, so Intel users will have to sit this one out. Read on to find out more.
After attending the COMPUTEX 2010 Pre-Show International Press Conference, journalists were whisked off to MSI’s headquarter in Jhonghe City in Taipei. We were shown a number of MSI’s notebooks and PCs. More inside.
Gigabyte is about to unleash a new mainboard based on the Intel H55 Express chipset. Look inside to see more.
Swiss based Arctic Cooling has unveiled the ARCTIC C3 and C4, expanding its product portfolio. Read more…
An inactive link to a “64Gb model” added on the official Zune website indicates Microsoft is preparing its new 64Gb Zune HD for release, adding on to its existing Zune series of portable media device. More next page…
Tokyo-based Toshiba, diversified manufacturer and marketer of advanced electronic and electrical products, has announced its Canvio series of portable HDD. More…
The Wii may be the smallest and sleekest game console in the market, but that did not stop Sony from coming out with a ‘slim’ version of its Playstation 3. Will Microsoft follow suit with an Xbox 360 Slim? Read on to find out.
AMD have officially announced in a recent press release of their Opteron 6000 series processors. The lineup consist of 12-core processors at the top end with claims of higher performance with a affordable cost Intel, however brings up the fight with its recent announcement of the 8 core Xeon 7500 series.
Taiwan-based Elan Microelectronics has lodged a complaint to the ITC against Apple, claiming patent infringements for various multitouch-related patents found in the latter’s devices. Read on to find out more.
Microsoft has just issued an update to address the security vulnerability found in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 web browsers which allow hackers to do remote code execution. Read on for more info.
ATI’s next generation was revealed to be N. Islands on an official roadmap back in 2009. It was meant to be a 32nm process, with release sometime between Q4 2010 and Q1 2011. Unfortunately, thanks to TSMC’s 40nm botch-up, they lost confidence in the 32nm half-node, and canceled it completely – seeking to put their
In spite of the progress HTML5 has made in trying to wean the internet off proprietary standards, it seems that Flash is not going to disappear anytime soon. At least, not when Google has started integrating the Adobe Flash plugin with its Chrome browser. Read on for more information.
A couple of days back, we posted an article about the Playstation 3′s upcoming update which claims to disable the OtherOS feature on the console for “security concerns”. Today, a hacker has announced plans to work on custom firmware that will restore the removed feature. Read on for more information.
Western Digital have announced the availability of its new 750GB (model WD7500BPVT) 2.5 inch standard height Scorpio Blue HDD. These lovely drives are shipping now through select distributors and resellers.
XFX, Nvidia’s greatest AIB ally in the past, are reportedly not releasing any Geforce GTX 470 or 480 products. While XFX have claimed this was their own decision, as they simply seem to be unsatisfied with the new Nvidia products. Other quarters claim that Nvidia are “punishing” XFX for selling ATI Radeon cards recently –