Latest News - April 2008
- AMD’s Bulldozer Unlike Anything You’ve Seen
- Who’s Recertifying These iPods?
- OQO Model 2 Running Leopard?
- Parallels XP SP3 Support Up To a Month Away
- Psystar's Open Computer Mac Clone Unboxed
- ASUS LS201 20" LCD Monitor
- Google's Directions Get a Street View
- GTA IV Freezes Have Gamers Hot
- Broadband's Got Nothing Left To Sell But Speed
- VIA Technologies Launches Beta Linux Portal
- Web's Just Warming Up, Says The Real Al Gore
- Hardware Round-Up
- OCZ Technology Introduces Special Ops Edition
- AT&T to Cut the Price of Apple’s New iPhone
All News for April 2008
While AMD is frantically trying to ramp up the speeds of their existing Phenom designs, we’re starting to get a slightly clearer picture of what the company plans on offering next. AMD’s technical director of sales and marketing for EMEA, Giuseppe... Read more...
An interesting tale from a reliable source has just tipped up regarding buying bargain iPods online: “The iPod came in just a couple of days--but as soon as I unwrapped it and connected it to my Mac at home I got an ominous alert from my usually quiet antivirus software. The iPod, it informed me, contained... Read more...
There are some people that mod and tinker just because they can, and they usually end up with really strange contraptions that leave us in awe. The accomplishment of getting OS X Leopard running on a non-approved platform is amazing on its own, but getting it running on a tiny VIA-powered uMPC such as the OQO... Read more...
Earlier this year we stumbled upon a widely circulated You Tube video (at least in tech circles), in which a man is seen ruthlessly abusing a poor LCD monitor. The protagonist starts by letting a child draw on the screen with a black permanent marker. Taking matters into his own hands, the man then proceeds to... Read more...
Ever wish you could get a view of possible landmarks when getting directions from a mapping site or program? Well, Google's heard your plea, and has added Street View to directions in Google Maps.Driving directions and Street View have been separate features of the search engine's Google Maps site. By... Read more...
Grand Theft Auto IV has created a frenzy of news stories, including rave reviews and record sales, but the one that has gamers hot under the collar: freezes.Last month, the launch of Rockstar Games' Bully on the Xbox 360 was marred by a bevy of crash bugs and other glitches. With this morning's heavily... Read more...
Om Malik at Gigaom has made an interesting analysis of the effects of widespread broadband penetration into the US market. As the demand for broadband tapers off because the pool of persons that don't yet have it slowly dries up, there's really only... Read more...
Linux is finally starting to make inroads into mainstream computing, as evidenced by the Eee PC and the HP Mini-Note ultraportable laptops. It should come as no surprise that vendors are starting to embrace Linux with open arms, due to its low-cost... Read more...
Sorry about that tired old joke about who invented the Internet. Of course Al Gore didn't invent the Internet, he invented weather. But if any one person can be said to have "invented the web," it's Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Today's the fifteenth... Read more...
Video:Honeywell 22-Inch LCD Monitor MT-SY-HWLM2216 @ Benchmark ReviewsGigabyte GeForce 8800 GT Turbo Force Edition Video Card @ Viper Lair24" LCD Monitors Roundup. Part II @ X-bit LabsSapphire Radeon HD 3870 Toxic review @ Elite BastardsXFX GeForce 9800GX2 1GB Review @ InsideHWEVGA e-GeForce 8800GT AKIMBO 1GB... Read more...
OCZ Technology Introduces Special Ops Edition DDR3 Series for Gamers and System Builders in Need of the Ultimate StabilitySunnyvale, CA—April 29, 2008—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high... Read more...