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All News for July 2009

Video:Gigabyte Geforce GTX 285 (1Gb GDDR3) @ CPU3D Motherboards and Chipsets:GIGABYTE GA-MA770-UD3 AM2+/AM3 Motherboard Review @ Hardware CanucksASUS Maximus II Gene micro-ATX motherboard review @ Elite BastardsProcessors:Intel Core i7 LGA1366 Processors @ iXBTMemory and Storage:REVIEW: Transcend Ultra 120GB SSD... Read more...
Shoot, when we were kids, the best we could get away with in terms of something similar to this was "the dog ate my homework." In this case, a lawsuit has been filed after the well-publicized e-book deletion fiasco that ending up remotely deleting... Read more...
The HTC Touch Pro2 is set to arrive in the U.S. on August 12. T-Mobile will carry the new HTC smartphone, which has a WVGA (480 x 800) touchscreen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and voice capabilities. The Touch Pro2 will run on T-Mobile’s 3G network and Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g). The Touch Pro2 has a 3.6-inch color... Read more...
We know it may be overstated, but Samsung sure knows how to design an HDTV. The company best known for its 'Touch of Color' design style is wowing potential television buyers again today with its all-new 8500 series. Considered the flagship model of... Read more...
We won’t be hearing the term Windows Mobile much longer. At an event to show off upcoming Christmas goodies, Microsoft let it slip that the devices will soon be known as Windows Phone. Reports indicate that the Windows Phone branding will be applied to Windows Mobile 6.1, the upcoming 6.5 version, and to Windows... Read more...
Microsoft's latest operating system is still several months away from store shelves, but a team of Chinese hackers has reportedly found a workaround for the latest iteration of WGA. The hack is similar to cracks we saw with Vista, and uses an OEM BIOS to trick the OS into believing it doesn't need to activate... Read more...
Investors have had a couple days to digest the strategic partnership Microsoft and Yahoo jointly announced this week, and they  aren't exactly pouring money into Yahoo's coffers. The company's stock price (Ticker: YHOO) has fallen nearly 20... Read more...
Fresh guidance from Intel suggests that while the netbook market is booming worldwide, first time computer buyers aren't driving the market. The company's statements reflect a significantly different understanding of the role netbooks are playing in... Read more...
After years of delays (including one cancelation), developer change-ups, and a lot of hard work, Terminal Reality succeeded in bringing a Ghostbusters game to market for the PS3, XBox 360, Wii, and PC. Terminal Reality committed to building their... Read more...
Another day, another new smartphone (or "featurephone," if you will) on AT&T's network. Today, Samsung Mobile is introducing its latest finger-friendly phone to grace America's largest GSM network, the Solstice. At first glance, the phone... Read more...
Acer's Timeline series launched with quite a bit of momentum behind it, but ever since, we've heard almost nothing about the ultra-light, long-lasting crew. Now, Acer is hoping to give the series a new lease on life with the introduction of the... Read more...
You've heard of memory, and you've heard of RAM. Heck, you may even know a thing or two about DIMMs. But have you any knowledge whatsoever on LRDIMMs? Those very modules are being unveiled today courtesy of Micron Technology, which has introduced... Read more...
Kodak announced a new Zi8 Pocket Video Camera that can capture video in 1080p HD. The Zi8's predecessors, the Kodak Zi6 and the weather-resistant Kodak Zx1, maxed out at 720p. In addition to recording 1080p video, the Zi8 can capture 5 megapixel... Read more...
Apple continues to give end users reasons to jailbreak their iPhones, by rejecting applications that are pretty darn useful, for various reasons (in this case, because it might affect AT&T revenue). Of course, jailbroken iPhones might destroy... Read more...
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