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  • EVGA exhibits NVIDIA Dual-GPU card

    Ever before the release of GF100, a dual-GF100 product had been rumoured. The outrageous power consumption figures of the original GF100 meant a dual-GPU GF100 was unlikely, yet the rumour persisted, fueled by Galaxy and Mars exhibiting prototypes with exotic power solutions. However, no dual-GF100 made it to the market. Following the successful GF104 launch,

  • Need a superzoom camera? There’s a Fujifilm for that

    There is no doubt that camera systems featuring interchangeable lenses such as DSLRs and the Micro Four Thirds system are getting more affordable nowadays. However, there are also people in the market who are willing to forgo that flexibility for the convenience of ‘superzoom’ camera that offers a fixed but extremely versatile lens. And with

  • Apple Mac App Store officially opens

    The Apple Mac App store was reportedly to launch mid December last year, but the official opening was delayed until yesterday. Well, you can now log in to your iTunes account and search and purchase the apps you want, and install them immediately. News Update: Seems like hours after it has been officially launched, piracy hits the Mac App

  • Kingston announces SDHC UHS-I UltimateXX memory cards

    Kingston has announced the SDHC UHS-I UltimateXX 8GB, 16GB and 32GB memory cards. With data transfer rates of up to 60MB/sec read and 35MB/sec write, the UltimateXX meets standards set by the Secure Digital Association for next-level performance in SD card technology.

  • Corsair partners CoolIT to develop liquid cooling kits; CoolIT brand pulls out of retail sector

    Shortly after Corsair’s CES press conference, CoolIT announced its agreement to enter a partnership with Corsair to jointly develop liquid cooling kits. This further lessens the competition within the pre-assembled liquid cooling systems market.

  • Motorola and AT&T unveil ATRIX 4G Smartphone

    The ATRIX™ 4G smartphone announced by Motorola today at CES 2011 will be powered by a dual-core 1Ghz processor, 1GB of ram, a high resolution qHD 24-bit colour display and comes with Android 2.2 Froyo preinstalled. This is Motorola’s 1st 4G phone, while other 4G phones already out in the market includes HTC EVO and

  • Razer Switchblade Announced, Revolution In PC Gaming ?

    It has been an exciting CES with lots of updates and Razer teases everyone with “Switchblade” What is it? More after the break

  • Google Teases With Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) Preview Video

    Google unveils a sneak peek at Android 3.0, Honeycomb, the next version of the Android platform, made and designed for larger screen sizes such as tablets.

  • Olympus releases 7 new cameras for the shutterbug in every individual

    Now that shooting with film has been relegated to a task for only the most hardcore of photographers who need the detail and image quality from 35mm film, just about anybody can pick up a digital camera and start shooting away without worrying about chalking up costs from film consumption. That being said, aspiring shutterbugs

  • Corsair releases Obsidian 650D Mid Tower Casing

    Based on the success of the full tower Obsidian Series 800D, PC hardware maker Corsair announced their new 650D mid-tower at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011. The new Obsidian 650D mid tower boasts various innovative features and sturdy build quality for the water-cooling enthusiasts and case modders.

  • Microsoft’s Touch Mouse Brings Windows 7 To A New Level

    Click, flick, scroll and swipe, Microsoft unveils the new “Touch” mouse at CES 2011 today, introducing gesture-based actions with the mouse on Windows 7.

  • TomTom + Nike = Nike+ SportWatch GPS

    If you are a regular runner who needs to keep track of the distance run, pace, and calories burned, you may want to check out the new Nike+ SportWatch GPS. The Nike+ SportWatch GPS is the latest product from the collaboration between renowned maker of GPS and automotive navigation systems, TomTom, and Nike at the Consumer

  • Microsoft Sold 8 Million Kinect Controllers, Avatar Kinect Announced

    Microsoft’s Kinect, the motion sensing controller for Xbox 360 garnered 8 million sales worldwide, Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer said during his opening keynote at CES 2011.

  • Monster Powerbeats by Dr. Dre, now available in Singapore

    The Monster Powerbeats by Dr. Dre was one of the headphones announced at 2010 year end collection in Singapore. Designed for athletes and outdoor sport users, the stylish and durable Powerbeats by Dr. Dre is now available at Harvey Norman, HMV, i Studio, Nubox, Sprint-Cass and all stereo electronics outlets. Pricing details inside.

  • LG to showcase glasses-free 3D for mobile devices, Optimus Black smartphone and premium notebooks

    At the Consumer Electronics Show 2011, Korean manufacturer LG will showcase their glasses-free 3D for mobile devices, the new Optimus Black smartphone running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), and three elegant laptops – LG P210, LG P420 and LG A520.

  • NEC Goes Dual-Screen With Android Tablet, LT-W Cloud Communicator Unveiled

    It is a mega galore of new tablets being announced in CES 2011 and NEC is no exception, showcasing its dual-screen Android tablet, labelled “LT-W”

  • NVIDIA announces GeForce 500M Series

    NVIDIA has announced its response to much of AMD’s Radeon HD 6000M series, in the form of “new” GeForce 500M notebook GPUs. The GeForce 400M has been around for barely a quarter, so no major improvements are expected. In fact, the first GeForce 500M cards are based on the same GF106/8 chips powering the GeForce

  • Sony Ericsson unveils Xperia Arc Android 2.3 smartphone

    Sony Ericsson is well-known for their Xperia smartphones, and at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the company has unveiled the new Xperia Arc that is slim, lightweight and sports an extremely stylish design. Read on for the news release

  • Canon launches new Powershot A-series digital cameras

    Aside from tablet devices and Android smartphones, other product manufacturers such as Canon also have new announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Japanese camera maker has recently announced four new digital cameras in the Powershot A-series – A800, A1200, A2200 and A3300IS.

  • NVIDIA reveals Project Denver – ARM CPU / NVIDIA GPU for PCs

    With the “Fusion” era beginning early 2011, accompanied by the release of Intel’s Sandy Bridge and AMD’s Fusion C-series and E-series, NVIDIA’s response has been anticipated. Both Intel and AMD are moving towards heterogeneous chips, combining CPU and GPU on the same die. Judging by NVIDIA’s partnership with ARM for Tegra, and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang’s