Latest News - September 2009
- LG Announces LG GD510 Pop 3-inch Full Touchscreen Phone
- NVIDIA Unveils Next Generation "Fermi" GPU Architecture
- Retrievable iPhone Numbers Lead To Privacy Concerns
- New NVIDIA Drivers Disable PhysX If A Non-NVIDIA GPU Is Detected
- Windows 7 OEM Pricing Unveiled by Newegg
- Dell Ships Gorgeous 16" Thin-And-Light Latitude Z For $2000
- Motorola CLIQ Android Phone To Launch Next Month For $199.99
- Garmin nuvifone G60 Shipping On AT&T This Sunday For $299.99
- Sony's Ultra Sleek, Ultra Thin DVD Writer Goes Great With Netbooks
- AMD ATI Radeon HD 5850 Performance Review
- Are Cell Phones Safe? New Website & Research Provides The Answer
- Google To Release Google Wave To Beta Testers On Wednesday
- VTech's New Landline Phone Downloads Mobile Contacts And Talking
- All Flavors Of Windows 7 Cleared For Install On Netbooks
All News for September 2009
LG has taken the covers off its latest touchscreen phone, the GD510, which as the company describes it, is the "most compact 3-inch full touchscreen phone ever made." LG claims its consumer research shows that a large group of users want a full... Read more...
NVIDIA has begun to disclose some information regarding its next generation GPU architecture, codenamed "Fermi". Actual product names or specifics were not disclosed just yet, nor was performance in 3D games, but high-level information about the... Read more...
After some iPhone users have reported receiving phone calls from the publisher of a free app they've downloaded from the App Store, users have begun to wonder: how did the company get my contact information? Since Apple does not provide contact... Read more...
Every so often, someone on the 'Net stumbles across something noteworthy, but the news doesn't spread until weeks or maybe even months later. That's what's happened over at NGOHQ, where forum reader DarthCyclonis discovered that NVIDIA drivers... Read more...
Newegg on Tuesday posted pricing for OEMs versions of Microsoft's much-hyped upcoming Windows 7 operating systems. The pricing shows around a 50% difference between retail and OEM pricing for full (not upgrade) versions, bringing the full software below the price of an upgrade version. This is OEM software... Read more...
We thought Dell's Studio XPS 16 was fairly thin when we reviewed it earlier this month, but it would look downright chubby next to the company's latest 16" machine. What's easily the world's thinnest and lightest 16" laptop, the Latitude Z is aimed... Read more...
Motorola just hasn't seemed itself since the RAZR went out of style, but it's hoping to re-make itself with the CLIQ. The company's first Android device has a lot riding on it, and T-Mobile is hoping to bring even more users over who might be loyal... Read more...
Wow, this one has been a long, long, long time coming. The original nüvifone was originally introduced in early 2008, long before Android had a chance at fame and before the iPhone has risen to stardom in the way that it has. In short, the... Read more...
Got a netbook? Need an optical drive? Sony has your solution. Designed to rival Lite-On's adorable external eTAU208 DVD Writer, the DRX-S70U-W is a sleeker, more classy design aimed at business users and those who appreciate blacks and greys more... Read more...
Exactly one week ago today, AMD unleashed the ultra powerful, DirectX 11-ready ATI Radeon HD 5870 upon the PC gaming world and staked a claim as the undisputed 3D performance leader, well, per GPU anyway. Having evaluated the features, performance... Read more...
We've heard facts that claim cell phones are perfectly safe and other pieces of information that say cell phones are dangerous. Now, a new website from ProCon.org is available to help you decide for yourself. Even though the radio frequency (RF)... Read more...
Google plans to begin testing a new product called Google Wave tomorrow. This new Web application combines elements of email, chat, Wiki documents, blogs, and photo-sharing sites in order to create a hosted conversation or "wave" of Internet... Read more...
Verizon's chief has already declared the landline "dead," but if you're still hanging onto your landline phone while the grave is being dug, you just might be interested in this. VTech is taking landline phones where they've never gone before, with... Read more...
We can all breathe a huge sigh of relief, as those pesky hardware limits that have kept Windows XP-based netbooks down for so long won't apply when Windows 7 hits the scene. If you've manage to keep up with the steady stream of XP-based netbook... Read more...