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  • MSI Unveils FX600 And FR600 Multimedia Laptops

    MSI has announced the FX600 and FR600 notebook PCs that sport stylish designs and boast superb multimedia performance. Both are equipped with Intel Core i5 processors, DDR3 memory (up to 8GB) and THX TruStudio Pro smart wrap technology for cinematic audio experience.

  • Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Preview

    The Windows Phone 7 was announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, earlier this year. With the phone scheduled to be available by end of the year, VR-Zone has the opportunity to attend a Windows Phone 7 Preview by Microsoft at their office here at One Marina Boulevard, Singapore, this afternoon.

  • Lian-Li announces PC-Q09 and PC-Q09F Mini-ITX chassis

    Lian Li has announced two new cases from its Mini-Q lineup – PC-Q09 and PC-Q09F. These two models are designed for convenience and style, and for those who have space constraints. There are four colors to choose from, and both cases can be mounted on the back of your monitor to turn your machine into an all-in-one

  • Google Search Now Faster Than Your Typing

    If you are using Google Search today, you may have noticed that the search results appear faster even before you finished keying in the search term completely. Well, that is thanks to the search engine giant implementation of Google Instant, and will help users save time. Update: The mystery of the animated Google Doodle has been

  • iMovie App for iPhone Updated, Now Allows Clip Splitting

    When iMovie for the iPhone was released, it brought HD video editing to the smartphone, a platform not usually known for its processing power. Today, Apple has released an update for iMovie which is sure to delight smartphone video fans – the ability to split video clips during the editing process.

  • Fractal Design Announces Define XL Case

    Swedish company Fractal Design has released the Define XL mid-tower PC case, targeting gamers and enthusiasts.

  • Samsung Launches Galaxy S in China

    The Samsung Galaxy S was made available in Singapore (exclusive to SingTel) around end May this year. However, the popular Android smartphone which has been selling very well, was only recently launched in China with three major operators.

  • Super Talent ships USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache drive

    Super Talent Technology has announced they are now shipping their new USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache drive. Available in 32GB (ST3U32ERS) and 64GB (ST3U64ERS) capacities, these new drives implement a DRAM caching system to boost small block random performance by up to 300%.

  • GlacialTech announces GlacialPower AC090N notebook adaptor

    GlacialTech has announced the GlacialPower AC090N slim notebook adaptor. Besides being able to charge your notebook (obviously), the AC090N can double up as a battery charger for mobile devices.

  • Olympus Launches Online Accessories Store In Singapore

    Ever wanted to go shopping for an Olympus product but hated the hassle of dealing with crowds or dishonest shopkeepers? If so, you are in luck: you can now choose to purchase directly from Olympus from the comfort of your home PC, thanks to the new online store recently launched by the company. Read on

  • Sony Releases Firmware Update For PlayStation 3

    Playstation 3 owners, the time has come to hit the downloads once again. Sony has announced the availability of the new v3.42 firmware which it claims contains various patches to address security vulnerabilities found in the system software.

  • Mysterious Animated Google Doodle Sparks Speculations

    You may have noticed that Google had an animated doodle (the customized logo that appear on the search engine’s home page) on Tuesday. Looks like the search engine giant may be up to something. But what?

  • Game Center Will Not Be Available For iPhone 3G

    Do you remember Apple’s talk on Game Center? The feature which allows iOS users to link up and play games with other iOS users? Well, apparently there is a catch: that iPhone 3G, should you happen to own one, will not be getting any Game Center love from Apple.

  • Origin’s Big O Can Play PC And Xbox 360 Games

    If you think this desktop PC is using a software emulator to run Xbox 360 game illegally, you are way mistaken. The Big O is a system made by Origin PC that has an integrated Xbox 360 slim console inside.

  • Lenovo Officially Unveils Three AIOs Under Idea Branding

    While some see the future for desktop computing as being bleak, others see it as a chance to reinvent the desktop to suit the ever-changing needs of home users. Clearly, Lenovo has opted to pursue the latter path, and its efforts are paying off. In a media event held at Illuma, in Singapore, on 7 September,

  • Intel to announce USB 3.0 support in Cougar Point chipset

    While Intel is pretty obsessed with Light Peak, word is that the guys in blue will announce support for USB 3.0 in Cougar Point at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum.

  • VIA Technologies To Release First Dual-Core And Quad-Core Processors

    After years of trailing behind the competition, Taiwan-based VIA Technologies has finally announced its plans to roll out dual-core and quad-core variants of its VIA Nano processors. Will this move serve as the push needed to help VIA regain its competitiveness in the PC processor market dominated by Intel and AMD? Read on to find

  • AMD Plans To Drop Its Stickers From Desktops And Notebooks

    Do you get annoyed by the amount of stickers OEM put on your brand-new notebook or desktop? If so, you are not alone: AMD apparently also takes issue with the practice, and is working to develop stickers which peel off cleanly. That, or scrap its sticker scheme altogether. Sounds great for the consumer, no?

  • LG Showcases New Entertainment Sharing With Optimus 7

    At the IFA trade show 2010 in Berlin, Korean manufacturer LG showcased their unique sharing technology with their new Optimus 7 smartphone and other DLNA-compliant devices, with just a touch of their finger.

  • Sony NEX-5 Review

    Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (MILC) are getting popular these days as they are designed for users who want the form factor of compact cameras, with performance that is as good as the digital SLRs. The NEX-5 is Sony’s first mirrorless interchangable-lens camera in the Alpha series lineup and VR-Zone has the chance to get one