Latest News - April 2009
- Cooler Master Announces HAF 922 Mid Tower Case
- Corsair Announces Duo of 16GB Flash Drives
- Kingston Adds OS X Support To DataTraveler Vault
- HP Offers Atom-Based Budget Media Sever: LX195
- Left 4 Dead Free To Play Via Steam This Friday
- Palm Pre's Virtual Teardown
- VIA Launches VB8002 Mini-ITX Media Server Mobo
- Lordy, Lordy! AMD Turns 40!
- Palm Pre to Launch Pre-WWDC?
- iBuyPower Announces LAN Warrior Gaming PC
- Hardware RoundUp
- MSI Launches R4770 Graphics Card
- Chip Developed To Roam Between Wi-Fi And WiMAX
- NVIDIA's Tesla GPUs Transform China Oil Industry
All News for April 2009
It’s been nearly six months since Cooler Master released its full tower HAF 932 case, which we reviewed here. Now, Cooler Master is adding to the HAF (High Airflow Flow) line with the new HAF 922 mid-tower chassis. Even though it’s a mid-tower... Read more...
Corsair announced two new 16GB flash drives today. The new high-performance 16GB Flash Voyager GT uses specially selected, hand-screened MLC NAND flash memory in a dual-channel configuration. Corsair combines this memory with a high-speed controller... Read more...
These days, most every hard drive, SSD and flash drive functions just fine on Macs, PCs and Linux machines. For whatever reason, Kingston Technology's DataTraveler Vault Privacy Edition lacked that OS X friendliness -- until now, that is. At long... Read more...
In what was very likely an "oops" moment, online retailer eCOST.com listed a brand-new version of Hewlett-Packard's MediaSmart Server line, the budget-minded LX195, before HP ever publicly acknowledged the product's existence. Rumors and... Read more...
Got big weekend plans? Oh, yeah? Cancel them. Starting on Friday (that's tomorrow, folks) at 12:01AM GMT -- which actually ends up being 8:00PM EDT this evening -- the PC version of the heralded Left 4 Dead will be available for a free 24-hour trial... Read more...
Showing that the hype has even affected them, iSuppli on Wednesday released a "virtual teardown" of the Palm Pre, not bothering to wait for an actual device. Based on iSuppli estimates that rely on a Mobile Handset Cost Model, as well as experts in memory, displays, baseband, component pricing, mobile handsets... Read more...
Not sure if you've noticed, but VIA is definitely getting deep into the media server game. Shortly after launching its NSD7200 2-bay Windows Home Server device, the company has today introduced a new motherboard aimed specifically at these very... Read more...
Word on the street is that AMD launched its super-cheap ($69 MSRP) Athlon X2 7850 Black Edition this week to celebrate 40 years in the industry, and while the last decade in particular hasn't been too kind to the company, it's still hanging tough and struggling to compete with Intel, NVIDIA and the rest of the... Read more...
We've said before that introducing the Palm Pre after WWDC would be bad for Palm, as by then the hype over the new iPhone and iPhone OS 3.0 will make excitement over the Pre announcement, ahem, rather subdued. It now appears that rumors of a mid-May launch of the Palm Pre may be false, but there is now another... Read more...
If you’re a fan of multiplayer gaming but hate the hassle of packing up your computer in order to go to a LAN party, iBuyPower has you covered with its latest PC. The LAN Warrior is a Core i7-based powerhouse in a small form factor case. The LAN... Read more...
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We took a look at AMDs ATI Radeon HD 4770 GPU earlier this week, and MSI isn't missing a beat by announcing its first card based on the new chip. The simply titled R4770 is the company's latest graphics card to be based on a 40nm chip, and with comes GDDR5 high-speed memory -- something that was previously... Read more...
There's WiMAX, and then there's Wi-Fi. And now, there's a chip that understands both wireless languages. As you well know, the former is a burgeoning next generation wireless data technology that operators such as Sprint have begun to roll out, and... Read more...
And here you were thinking that NVIDIA was stretching its bounds by dabbling in the CPU and nettop arenas. Today -- out of nowhere, really -- NVIDIA has jointly announced with GeoStar that its hardware and software solution will "transform seismic... Read more...