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  • Kingston increases its microSDHC card capacity to 32GB

    Store nearly 29,000 photos, over 6,000 songs or more than 2,000 minutes of video with Kingston’s new 32GB microSDHC Class 4 card. This ultra-large capacity card has been tested on the latest crop of smartphones such as the HTC Evo 4G and Motorola Droid X to ensure compatibility and reliability.

  • Firefox 4 Beta For Maemo And Android Released

    While it is usually easy to download and install an alternative web browser on a desktop or notebook PC, the same usually cannot be said for smartphones, due to the smaller variety of browsers available for the mobile platform. But that is set to change though: the popular Firefox browser is now available for both the Maemo

  • Motorola Collaborating With Microsoft On Windows Phone 7

    About a week ago, Microsoft sued Motorola over patents infringement on their Android phones. And not long ago, both companies announced that they may be working together to build a smartphone based on the upcoming Windows Phone 7 operating system.

  • AMD Radeon HD 6800 Document Leaked

    Screenshots of a PDF document outlining the upcoming Radeon HD 6800 series has now leaked online, originating from IT.com.cn, posted on Chiphell. Though the document is in Simplified Chinese, many of the revealing details – such as nomenclature and trademarked features – are in English. As expected, the Radeon HD 6870 features GDDR5 memory and

  • Acer To Make Dual-Booting Standard For All Dual-Core Netbooks

    Apparently, Acer Inc thinks that having only one operating system on a netbook is too limiting for users. That is probably why the company has announced a new policy: all future Acer Aspire One netbooks fitted with dual-core processors will gain an additional Android OS alongside the bundled Windows 7 as part of the standard

  • Razer unleashes ultra-smooth Ironclad gaming mousepad

    Razer has announced the Razer Ironclad elite hard gaming mouse mat, the only metal mat in Razer’s product range built to enhance and optimize the gliding capabilities of your mouse for unparalleled mousing comfort and control.

  • Corsair announces availability of Graphite Series 600T mid-tower casing

    Corsair has announced the general retail availability of the Graphite Series™ 600T mid-tower computer case. The 600T first made an appearance at COMPUTEX 2010; the casing features dual 200mm fans, eight PCI-E expansion slots to accommodate multiple graphics cards, and plenty of room for large, power-hungry components.

  • How To Choose A Proper Power Supply Unit

    While power supplies do not affect the speed of your system, it is the component that more often than not, determines system stability. Futhermore, more powerful power supplies are not necessarily always better. How to choose the right power supply for your needs then? Read on to find out.

  • Samsung Expands Bada Smartphone With Wave II

    Based on the company’s proprietary Bada open platform, the Samsung Wave was first announced in February and launched in Singapore in May. And not long ago, the Korean maker announced the Wave II (model: GT-S8530) that is based on the latest Bada 1.2.

  • Facebook Lets You Sort Your Friends And Download Your Information

    Most of us are on social network sites, like Facebook, these days. While it is nice to be connected to friends and family, and share your personal thoughts, likes and dislikes, it can be disastrous if something you said are not meant to be heard by others. Facebook has recently introduced some new features including sorting friends in different groups. This means you can

  • Motorola Pulls Patent Infringement Trigger At Apple

    Now this is getting rather interesting. Last week, it was Microsoft who threw the book at Motorola for infringing its patents over the latter’s Android smartphones. In what must be a rather unusual twist to the situation, Motorola has turned and accused another company for infringing on its own patent portfolio. And the name of

  • HTC Unveils Desire HD And Desire Z In Singapore

    This morning, HTC had a media launch in Singapore for their new Desire HD and Desire Z Android smartphones. Both phones are running on the latest HTC Sense, as well as Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system, and will be available next month.

  • Macbook Air Supplies Dwindle, Sparks Rumors Of Impending Product Refresh

    Do you happen to have an entry for a Macbook Air penned down in that shopping list of yours? If so, it might be a better option to wait it out for the time being. AppleInsider has reported that stocks for the ultrathin Apple notebook are fast running out, with no signs of new inventory

  • Logitech Launches New Z305 Laptop Speakers

    Experience quality audio on your laptop with Logitech’s latest Laptop Speaker Z305. Featuring a 360-degree sound (or forward- and backward-firing drivers) in a compact profile, this plug-and-play device produces an all-round sound experience that will transform the way audio is being enjoyed on your laptop.

  • Razer releases special editions of Naga MMO gaming mouse

    Razer has announced the launch of a new suite of Razer Naga™ Special Edition gaming mice - the Razer Naga Maelstrom Special Edition and the Razer Naga Molten Special Edition.

  • Creative THX TruStudio Pro incorporated into GIGABYTE notebooks

    GIGABYTE’s latest M1425 notebook and T1125 tablet sport Creative’s THX TruStudio Pro suite of audio enhancement technologies, enabling users to enjoy superior multimedia entertainment experiences complete with true-to-life audio.

  • Hitachi launches Travelstar 7K750 and 5K750 750GB mobile HDDs, goes Advanced Format

    Hitachi has announced the 375GB per platter Travelstar 7K750 (7200rpm) and Travelstar 5K750 (5400rpm) 750GB 2.5-inch mobile hard disk drives for notebook PCs, external storage and other mobile applications. These new drives are also the first in Hitachi’s line-up to feature the 4k Advanced Format.

  • AMD Radeon HD 6000 Card Pictured

    An unnamed Radeon HD 6000 series card has been pictured at Chiphell. Kind of, anyway, as half of the card has been cropped out. The first thing worth noticing is a somewhat bland, boxy, yet elegant, cooler, with a massive fan. The card also seems to be fairly long – around the same length as

  • Pay Your TransCab Taxi Fares With ez-link

    The cab is probably the most comfortable option when it comes to public transport, but it comes with its own hefty price-tag. And nothing can be more annoying than catching a ride on a cab which does not accept cashless payments. Thankfully, TransCabs has a solution to that problem: a new reader which accepts most

  • Intel Releases Tool To Port ARM-based Apps To Native x86 Code

    Some time in the very near future, you may just be able to run that popular ARM-based iPhone app on your x86-powered device. Not because Intel and ARM had suddenly decided to play nice and implement some form of architecture compatibility (that would be really great), but because of a new tool released by Intel