It seems Intel is showing signs of recovering from recession. Techreport reports strongest second-to-third quarter growths – though this is mostly due to the dismal Q3 performance, mostly reduced by recession and the mammoth $1.45 billion EC fine. Intel posts revenue of $9.4 billion, while down from Q3 2008, is up from the $8.0 billion
Though the ATI Radeon HD 5800 is barely three weeks old, there is already talk of a HD 5900 series. Nordichardware have “got word that the HD 5900 series is being prepared for launch”. The have also quoted a driver mentioning “ATI Radeon HD 5900 Series”. Nordichardware speculates that the HD 5900 series will be
Sony Singapore has announced their latest series of Walkman video MP3 players – NWZ-S540 and NWZ-E440 – designed to please users with its superior features, as well as audio and video quality.
According to Fudo over at Fudzilla, AMD has already snapped up the deal for designing the GPU is the next-generation Xbox. The current Xbox 360 is powered by ATI’s Xenos GPU, which is based on R580 (X1900), which some characteristics of R600 (HD 2900), such as the unified shaders. Despite releasing a full year earlier,
It seems like we are going back and forth, in circles. Following our story yesterday on recent rumours suggesting Nvidia’s partners discontinuing the GTX 260, 275 and 285 cards, Bright Side of News is now reporting that the AIB partners unanimously claim there is no truth in these reports, and the GTX 200 series cards
The ATI Radeon HD 5770 and the HD 5750 release today, as expected. As a reminder, this is the series based on the mainstream Juniper die. The HD 5770 features the full 800SP and is basically identical to the HD 4890 in specifications, except for a 128-bit memory interface. Our final memory bandwidth is 77
Today, HP announced the availability of their new Touch products which consist of the TouchSmart 300 and TouchSmart 600 All-in-One Desktop PCs, and the enhanced TouchSmart tx2 Notebook PC. All three products come with intuitive multi-touch features and will be available from 22 October.
Scythe Kama Stay Scythe has released the Kama Stay (SCKST-1000), a simple metal frame that takes up 1 PCI slot and allows users to mount extra fans and/or hard/solid state drives. Measuring 295×34x153mm and weighing 330g, the Kama Stay can accommodate 2 80~140mm fans or/and up to 3 2.5” hard drives. More details…
First reported last week by Charlie Demerjian of SemiAccurate that Nvidia were killing the GTX 200 series, the news created quite an uproar in the hardware community. Ken Brown, Nvidia PR, replied by saying “There is no truth in this“, the next day. A week before that, AIB partners complained of shortages in 55nm graphics
If you are a crazy fan for LEGO, you might want to consider getting your a pair of Elecom’s Playbrick earphones. Coming in fanciful colors, these cute earphones caught my eye and why you should get one too
Though GF100 may be the next big thing coming from the Green team, the next Geforce products arriving soon are the entry-level Geforce GT 200 series cards (not to be confused with the die GT200 on GTX 200 series products) Geforce GT 220 and the Geforce GT 240. Both are based on 40nm, DX10.1 chips.
Comcast’s trial warning pop-ups. Singnet/Starhub warning pop-ups in the near future? Philadelphia-based Comcast, the largest cable operator and residential internet provider in the US, has launched a trial of a new automated service that will warn its broadband customers of potential virus and malware infections. These warnings will be relayed to the customers via browser
The much talked about netbook from Nokia, the Booklet 3G, will be made available in German stores on October 22, 2009. Stuff.tv reported that the Nokia Booklet 3G will be sold via a telecom operator with a contractual 3G-plus service. To take home the Nokia Booklet 3G, Germans will have to sign up for a
EK waterblock for the Powercolor Radeon HD5870 TUL Corporation, owner of Powercolor and leading supplier for ATI based graphics cards, is partnering with EK to provide a Liquid Cooling Solution (LCS) for the Radeon HD5870. For those who do not know, EK is an award-winning liquid cooling solution provider based in Slovenia and we had
Swiftech’s Apogee XT Swiftech has released its new flagship product, the Apogee XT, adding on to its lineup of high performance GT series of waterblocks. Weighing 428g, the Apogee XT is constructed from copper and brass and coated in black chrome plating finish. More next page…
Although we have only seen one series released from ATI’s Evergreen generation, the rumour mill is floating various codenames for ATI’s next generation products, releasing in H2 2010. Fudzilla claims that the generation will be codename “Hecatonchires”, as the successor to Evergreen. More details next page.
SanDisk has recently unveiled their new 32GB Extreme SDHC card which claims to be the world’s fastest with up to 30MB/s read and write speeds. It is designed for digital SLR users, allowing them to shoot in burst mode with minimized time in processing and storing the data. Update: The SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB card is now available at major retailers in
In early 2008, Garmin announced their GPS device that is also a smartphone, and they unveiled a prototype of it. A year later, they joined hands with ASUS to jointly launch the Garmin-ASUS nüvifone G60. Officially debuted in CommunicAsia 2009, the G60 has finally made its maiden trip to our hands. So lets take a look at how well
Artic Cooling’s new webshop Artic Cooling (AC) has launched a new webshop, promising enthusiasts worldwide a user-friendly and convenient online shopping experience. The new webshop provides better service by allowing users to buy AC products 24/7 from their desktops regardless of locality (Europe, Australia, Asia and US). Read more…
Yesterday, Epson announced the opening of their new digital showroom - the Epson Library - designed as a hub for community and media activities, as well as customers and partners. The Epson Library is located on the third floor of Funan DigitaLife Mall.