Trust International, manufacturer of affordable accessories and peripherals for PC, laptops and netbooks, has released its SuperSpeed 4 Port USB 3.0 Hub.
Do you remember that short article we posted some time back about the 11-inch Macbook Air using SSDs of a proprietary form factor? Apparently, it seems that the aforementioned ‘proprietary’ form factor is no longer all that ‘proprietary’ any more. Shortly after Photofast had announced its line of SSD upgrades for the Air, Toshiba has
Just about any smartphone and feature-phone OEM can cram a camera into a phone. But for some reason, it seems that no OEM has attempted to go about producing a camera phone by reversing the method: ie, shoving a phone into an actual camera. And leave it to LG to do just that with its
If you are looking for a Bluetooth headset to use with your smartphone, this new Jabra GO 660 will do nicely. Available in Asia Pacific, the headset claims to deliver superior audio quality with noise cancellation features, all at an affordable price tag.
Wanted to get your hands on a copy of StarCraft II but turned off by its pricetag? Well, here is your chance to play the game at completely no charge. From 19-21 November, Blizzard is opening the StarCraft II SEA server gates to one and all. Anyone with a working PC and an internet connection
We often watch movies and listen to music on our PCs and laptops, but doing so on the tiny display of a notebook or desktop monitor is nowhere near as satisfying as the experience offered by a large television screen. Leave it to ASUS to come up with the solution: a new O!Play media player, the
Earlier on, we had information that AMD’s upcoming Radeon HD 6970 will be clocked at 860MHz and has 2GB of GDDR5 memory. New information leaked on the web suggests the HD 6970 will have 1536 stream processors, 32 ROPs and 96 texture units. However, sources are now saying that the HD 6970 will not make it
The way developers try to keep their project under wraps with the use of codenames can serve as entertaining reading material. And from the looks of it, this list of leaked Android codenames that we have found floating around in cyberspace is definitely good for a little laugh and distraction from the day’s work. Oh,
A long time ago in an announcement far, far away, former Netscape founder Marc Andreesen made waves when he expressed his intention to fund development of a completely new browser known as RockMelt. Now that a year has passed, it seems that the browser is finally ready (well, almost) to hit end-users. And from the
While PCs are more prone to viruses and malware, Macs are not entirely safe from these threats either. Good news is, there are anti-virus software developed on Mac OS platform, and recently, Sophos has announced their free Mac anti-virus for the home users.
Google Instant was launched in September, providing users faster search results while they are typing in the search terms. And now, the service has been extended to the mobile devices: smartphones running Android 2.2 (Froyo) as well as iPhones and iPods running iOS 4. However, currently, it is only available for users in the U.S.
3D is becoming immensely popular, thanks to the popular 3D movies and games. Started from the big screen and to LCD TVs, there are also laptops on the market that allow you to enjoy the 3D experience, like this latest MSI CX620.
A forum poster at Chinese forums ZOL has leaked pictures of what is purported to be the reference design of AMD’s Cayman XT – Radeon HD 6970. At first glance, the card looks much like a longer and heftier version of the reference HD 6870. The similar boxy design is retained, and the “Batmobile” HD
Italian website News4IT has leaked a set of benchmarks outlining the performance, power usage and acoustic characteristics of NVIDIA’s imminent GeForce GTX 580. While the source of the charts are not definitively identified, it is suggested that it may be part of NVIDIA’s marketing slide. Whatever the source, the performance benchmarks are virtually identical to
According to a Chinese forum posting, NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 580 will be priced at US$599. Not only that, some will get to bring one home come November 9th. Confirmed: GeForce GTX 580 cards will hit retail on November 9, but prices may creep into the US$600+ range.
Spire Corp has launched its Epoxi ATX mid-tower case, targeting PC enthusiasts and gamers. Measuring 595 x 215 x 580mm and weighing 13.5kg, the steel case features an aluminum mesh front panel, six 3.5″ drive bays, five 5.25″ bays, tool-less installation for drives and expansion cards, four rear holes for water-cooling tubes, anti-vibration drive mounts,
Tokyo-based GREEN HOUSE CO., LTD is preparing the GH-HDC3035AK, an external enclosure for 3.5″ HDDs for release.
If AMD does not have an answer to the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580, GIGABYTE is ready to fight it out with its latest implementation of the NVDIA GeForce GTX 480. The GTX 480 Super Overclock Edition pops out of the box overclocked, and ready to be further overclocked. We also see the mention of a
Cringe-worthy intro aside, Panasonic’s official announcement about its latest Micro Four Thirds camera is definitely something worth getting excited over, especially for the photography enthusiasts. Marketed as the direct successor to the popular DMC-GF1, Panasonic’s new DMC-GF2 claims a number of enhancements and features over its predecessor, while still being able to maintain a smaller
This stylish Nokia C7-00 is designed for the fashionistas and users who want to constantly keep track of their friends’ updates on social networks. It sports a 3.5-inch AMOLED capacitive touch display (640×360), 8-megapixel camera and is preloaded with Ovi Maps for easy navigation.