Information on Web-based Malware Infections by Dasient Cnet has reported that there is an alarming rise in the number of websites (intentionally or accidentally) hosting malicious software. Dasient, founded by former Googlers, has claimed that more than 640,000 websites and around 5.8 million pages are infected with malware, with figures for infected pages almost twice
Verizon Wireless and Motorola have unveiled the new DROID by Motorola, which claims to be the first smartphone powered by Android 2.0. It will be available on 6 November in the United States exclusively at Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online. Read on for the official release.
Verbatim 32Gb USB/eSATA Combo SSD Verbatim has announced the 32Gb USB/eSATA Combo SSD, adding on to its lineup of portable storage. Measuring 80 x 23 x 9mm and weighing a mere 19g, the combo drive has 32Gb of storage space and features both USB 2.0 (read/write speeds up to 26/15 MB/s) and eSATA (read/write speeds
Scythe Katana 3 “Type A” (SCKTN-3000A) Scythe has unveiled 2 new “basic” CPU coolers based on the Katana 3 released in March 2009. Both coolers, measuring 94 x 108 x 143mm and weighing 495g, are similar in specifications and performance with the exception of their mounting systems. The Katana 3 “Type A” (SCKTN-3000A) is compatible
If you are looking for a stand-alone Blu-ray player to watch high-definition movies, consider the Sony BDP-S765 which is available at S$799. One unique feature of the Blu-ray player is the front USB port that allows you to plug in your USB flash drive and view your holiday photos.
ASUS listened. They flown in R & D Engineers from Taiwan to satisfy your crave!
Nvidia’s nifty pico-ITX motherboard platform, Ion, is set to get a refresh within the next two months. The first generation ion was a promising platform for netbooks and nettops, featuring the Geforce 9400M chipset, which is about 10 times faster than the pathetic 945 graphics that normally ship with Intel chipsets for Atom. The big
The RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB is the latest offering from NETGEAR to boast superior wireless performance and range, and is also designed to serve as a open source Linux platform to support a wide number of applications created by multiple development partners and the dedicated open source community.
Logitech has released the new Wireless Presenter R400 and Professional Presenter R800 to help users deliver an effective presentation. The R800 features a silent timer that lets you know how much time you had spent presenting, while the R400 comes with a red laser pointer for you to highlight certain subjects on the slide.
Today, Research in Motion has officially announced the launch of their BlackBerry App store in Singapore and Indonesia. Users can search and download huge range of free applications to their handset, including those built specifically for the region.
Ninite Folks over at Tomshardware has recommended a nifty utility called Ninite. It’s a software that allows users to “plunk” their favourite apps into 1 installer which will appear as a downloadable .exe file. Read more…
Although Core i5/i7 Lynnfield CPUs are out in the wild, it must be noted that Intel have so far refused to cut prices of previous-gen Core 2 processors. The Core ix line will be further advanced come January 2010 with the introduction of dual-core Clarkdale CPUs, branded Core i3/i5. However, Fudzilla reports that there are
Intel has once again found themselves in trouble with Antitrust authorities. Following closely after Intel’s unprecedented $1.45 billion fine by the EU, it is the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) who are set to file an official complaint. Intel responded by saying “Our business practices are lawful and (work) to the benefit of consumers.”
You have probably seen an article posted by Gizmodo listing 7 reasons to stick with Windows XP. Well, there are certainly some reasons for sticking with Windows XP and the one that really makes sense is if your current system is too old to support Windows 7. You may not meet the minimum system requirements
MSI has announced that their X-Slim series laptops (X340 and X600) have received WiMAX Forum Certification. In addition, the Taiwanese manufacturer has also claim to be the first to release a mini notebook capable of supporting WiMAX, in the form of Wind U120.
Sony Ericsson has partnered with SingTel to jointly announced an exclusive promotion on the highly anticipated Satio, Aino and Yari mobile phones. With every purchase of the phone, consumers would get a gala premiere ticket to Michael Jackson’s This Is It screening (while stocks last).
Sapphire Vapor-X Cooler from Microloops Sapphire Technology, renowned for its Vapor-X lineup of high performance graphic cards based on VCT (Vapor Chamber Technology), has revealed that the coolers used on its Vapor-X cards had originated from Microloops. Read more…
According to Danger Den, its water block for AMD’s Hemlock is ready. Available now via its online store, the DD-5870-X2 is designed to fit all reference ATI 5870X2 video cards, covering both GPU, the bridge chip (between GPU), memory and the graphic card’s mosfets. According to rumors, Hemlock’s TDP (Thermal Design Power) is expected to
Chilean website CHW have published an intriguing interview of Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of Nvidia. Mr. Huang’s first lines in the interview are “Well, Nvidia is a software company”. JHH argues that Nvidia are much like Apple, in the way they are software companies making money by selling hardware. He goes on to talk about the
NZXT Gamma Mid Tower Case NZXT has announced the “gamercentric” Gamma mid tower case, targeted at the budget conscious. Measuring 190×448x508mm and weighing 6kg, the steel case features a meshed front panel for improved airflow and supports up to 6 120/140mm fans at the rear/top/side. More details next page…