Latest News - February 2009
- Firm Offers Vista - 7 Upgrade, Months Before MS
- Hardware Roundup
- Intel And TSMC Announcing Strategic Partnership
- VIA Nano Processor in Samsung NC20 Mini-Notebook
- AMD Planning To Ship 32nm Chips By Q4 2010
- Intel Helping Japan Try To Cover Itself In WiMAX
- NVIDIA Picks New CFO And VP Corp. Comm.
- White-Hat Hacker Competition Targets iPhone
- Projects From The Intel Research Laboratories
- Hearst Corp. To Rival Kindle With Own E-Reader
- Swedish Youth Group Says WOW is Like Cocaine
- Cooler Master's Engineers Build 5-in-1 System
- Computer Shopper to Cease Print Publication
- ID Theft On The Rise, 20-Somethings Hit Hardest
All News for February 2009
Puget Systems, AKA Puget Custom Computers, headquartered in Kent, WA based PC etailer will begin offering free Windows 7 upgrades to customers who buy new Windows Vista PCs starting Sunday, according to their website. Its upgrade program will... Read more...
Video:Sapphire HD 4670 Ultimate 512MB Passive Video Card Review @ Hardware CanucksSapphire Radeon HD4850 X2 2Gb Video Card Review @ TweaknewsGainward HD 4850 1024MB GS Graphics Card Review @ XbitLabsMotherboards and Chipsets:ASUS M3A78-T AMD 790GX Socket AM2+ Motherboard Review @ PCStatsProcessors:AMD Phenom II... Read more...
We've witnessed Intel and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (better known as TSMC) work hand-in-hand before, but according to a breaking report from Reuters, the two are about to realign in a big way this Monday. A so-called "strategic... Read more...
Samsung Adopts VIA Nano Processor for the Samsung NC20 12.1" Mini-Notebook VIA Nano processor platform enables the Samsung NC20 to deliver superior performance and battery life in a sleek 12.1" mini-notebook form factorVIA Technologies, Inc, a... Read more...
Whatever you can do, I can do better. Or, at least that's the impression we get from AMD on this one. With chip makers like ARM and Intel already expecting to ship processors built with 32 nanometer process technology by the end of this year, AMD... Read more...
Forget LTE. Forget HSUPA. Intel's still thinking WiMAX, and so is the entire nation of Japan. Shortly after hearing confirmation that Intel was still dead-set on its WiMAX investments being viable, along comes news suggesting that Japan could soon... Read more...
For whatever reason, a whole lot of new top brass is showing up at NVIDIA this year. Not even a full month since the acquisition of Bill Dally as the company's chief scientist, NVIDIA has now added two more executives to its roster. First up is Bob Sherbin, who has been selected to fill the newly created role of... Read more...
Those white-hat-wearing, security-exploit-finding folks over at TippingPoint Digital Vaccine Laboratories are at it again. At the CanSecWest 2009, digital security conference to be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, next month, TippingPoint's Zero... Read more...
Intel held an event on the west side of New York City this week, where the company showed off some of the interesting projects being worked on in a few of the Intel Lablets that are scatted throughout the United States, at various company and... Read more...
Look out Amazon (and Sony), there's about to be a new e-reader in town! During the same month that Amazon launched its revamped Kindle 2, Fortune has announced that another opponent will join the ring sometime this year, and it's an unlikely... Read more...
In what is sure to cause great debate (and probably a healthy stream of jokes and parodies as well), the founder of a Swedish youth organization is singling out World of Warcraft as a very addictive game. How addictive? He has labeled World of... Read more...
Cooler Master's engineers put themselves to the test by building a 5-in-1 system that has to be a first of its kind in the industry. Today, they are proud to announce that with a single Real Power M1000W they were able to power up 5 full mini-itx... Read more...
We still remember the days when we would flip through an issue of Computer Shopper and put together our dream systems. Now, you’re more likely to find us doing the same thing on the net. In keeping with the digital trend, Computer Shopper has... Read more...
Identity theft has been in the news for some time now. It’s certainly not something any of us want to deal with, but it seems more and more people are becoming victims. In 2008, the Federal Trade Commission reported a surge in the number of cases... Read more...