Latest News - January 2009
- Intel Roadmap Shows 320GB SSDs In Q4 2009
- NVIDIA Graphics Chip Used In Audi's In-Car MMI
- Samsung Develops Low-power 4Gb DDR3 DRAM
- Thermaltake Launches Element S Chassis
- Study Finds $1 Trillion At Risk From Data Theft
- Hardware Roundup
- Intel InTru 3D Tech Used In 3D Super Bowl Spots
- GPU Makers Expected To See Slow Start To 2009
- Is Dell Aiming To Enter The Smartphone Market?
- Rumor: Premium Games Coming to App Store
- Gears of War Digital Cert Fiasco Kills Game
- Maingear's Remix Workstation Caters To Pros
- Lenovo IdeaPad Y530 Notebook
- Google Kills Bambi
All News for January 2009
As technology enthusiasts, we all understand very clearly that bigger, better and faster is always around the bend, but this here roadmap sure makes it tough to bite on a 160GB SSD at present time. According to a slide outed by VR-Zone, Intel is... Read more...
We're beginning to wonder if there's a sector NVIDIA isn't willing to dabble in, and judging by its latest collaboration with automaker Audi, the answer is looking more and more to be "nope." Announced this week, the newly revamped MMI in-car... Read more...
Samsung Develops World’s Highest Density DRAM Chip (Low-power 4Gb DDR3) SEOUL, Korea -- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced today that it has made a significant advancement in the push for higher volume memory chips by developing the world’s first four... Read more...
Element S, New Classic from Thermaltake – Create for Pros! 01 / 2009 - Thermaltake is a well-known brand for producing high performance, premium quality and superior design product and widely recognizable by media around the world. In the beginning of a new 2009, Thermaltake presenting a whole new line of chassis... Read more...
Considering the explosion of layoffs announced in recent weeks, companies would do well to seriously be on guard against data theft. According to a survey that polled some 800 companies in eight countries, 42 percent of firms admitted that laid-off... Read more...
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We shouldn't have to mention that America's biggest sporting spectacle of the year is just days away now, but if you haven't ran out and secured a pair of 3D glasses for Sunday's viewing of Super Bowl XLIII, now would be an excellent time to do so... Read more...
It's tough out there for just about everyone these days, but AMD, NVIDIA and Intel could be facing some rather huge hurdles in particular. According to a detailed excerpt from a newly released Jon Peddie Research study, the graphics market in Q1 and... Read more...
This won't be the first time we've heard the words "Dell" and "smartphone" in the same phrase, but considering the source here, we're much more inclined to believe something substantial is going on this go around. The Wall Street Journal is... Read more...
If the rumors circulating around the Internet are true, Apple is about to take on Nintendo and Sony for mobile games dominance. Actually, this war has already been heating up as Apple's App Store now includes over 15,000 apps for the iPhone and iPod touch--with many of the more popular ones being games--and... Read more...
Maingear caught our attention last year when it unveiled the F131 gaming PCs and a few delightful media center rigs, and now it's looking to catch the eyes of creative professionals with its latest offering. The Remix Creative Workstation PC makes... Read more...
Lenovo's IdeaPad series of notebooks is quite different than the company's popular line up of ThinkPads. Ideapads are currently available in three series of products. The "U" series designates an ultraportable style with 11.1" or 13.3" widescreen displays and Intel Core 2 Duo processors. The "Y" series is for... Read more...
Google sends cars around to take pictures of streets for the Street View service, and sometimes they take pictures that we would prefer not to see, but usually the car itself is not involved.In this case, sadly, the car was involved in an accident, and the accident involved a deer. Surprisingly, the Street View... Read more...