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This isn't your average all-in-one PC. Launching this week at IFA in Berlin, Germany is the DA241HL: the first Android-based all-in-one PC that's capable of multi-tasking, web browsing, gaming, and video playback. It's a new unit from Acer, and it's powered by NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 processor. It's boasting a... Read more...
It's pretty tough to sell gaming consoles when major game developers are shunning your system, and Nintendo is actually facing such a threat with the Wii U. Facing tough reviews, half-baked software and general confusion on whether the Wii U is simply a spec-bumped Wii, Nintendo found out in May that Electronic Arts... Read more...
Whatever is old, is suddenly new again. There's a reason people say that history truly does repeat itself, and here's another example of that happening. Years back, tablets were introduced with various versions of Windows on them. For a variety of reasons (battery life, weight, mobility, terrible touch panels, etc.), those never took off.... Read more...
Tomorrow morning, the long-awaited Bioshock Infinite will launch. Unlike the previous Bioshock titles, which focused on the doomed undersea city of Rapture, the new game takes place decades earlier -- and in the sky. In Bioshock Infinite, you play as Booker DeWitt, a former agent of the non-fictional Pinkerton Detective Agency. You're tasked... Read more...
Intel officially took the wraps off their third-generation solid state drive, the follow-up to the company’s popular X25-M G2. The Intel SSD 320 Series drives, as they are known, feature a proprietary, Intel-built drive controller, paired to cutting edge, 25nm NAND flash memory. The drives also feature a number... Read more...
In some ways, Samsung is a silicon ninja in the solid state drive (SSD) space. How so you ask?  While most of the competition is all too happy to blitz the SSD market amid much fanfare and ballyhooing, Samsung just quietly does its thing and usually flies under the radar a bit. Whether you realize it or not, Samsung has been churning... Read more...
Oakley is hopping on board the 3D bandwagon with the introduction of the "world's first" optically correct 3D glasses. The OAKLEY 3D GASCAN glasses use the company's HDO-3D technologies to eliminate ghosting between images that reach each eye from one moment to the next. The curvature of the Oakley 3D lenses also works to minimize distractive... Read more...
It's camera week in Germany with the Photokina trade show ongoing, and Leica is obviously a big player in the scheme of things. The company is best known for their professional models and their rangefinders, but the new D-Lux 5 is a new entrant into the compact market. It's modeled after Panasonic's LX5, but thanks to the Leica heritage, it... Read more...
OCZ Technology's Z-Drive was obviously a pretty big hit for the company, and understandably so. It was one of the first major PCI-Express Solid State Drive options on the market, and it broke all sorts of speed records as well. Today, the California-based company announced that they would begin mass production of the... Read more...
We won't be the ones to say we told you so, but hey, we kind of told you so! The Smartbook revolution looks to be upon us, with Freescale serving up its version of the product just as CES gets unofficially underway. At first glance, you may confused this device with something akin to an Apple tablet, but when you consider that most every tablet... Read more...
Apple may have secured them first, but Intel's 17 newest enterprise-class processors are finally available for all that care to grab them. As we saw yesterday with Lenovo's announcement, Intel's freshest Xeon chips (previously referred to as "Nehalem") are now available to other OEMs and channel partners, and given the depth and breadth of... Read more...
We are often annoyed by what we call "tachyon emitter technology" on shows such as C.S.I., where police might focus in on say, a retinal image reflected in a mirror, blowing it up 500x without any pixelation. But in this case, some real-life tech was used, as Massachusetts authorities used GPS and Google Street View to find a missing girl,... Read more...
The gang at Anandtech have stumbled across a new product from NVIDIA called the GeForce 7800GS. As one might imagine, this card is looking to be a potent mainstream offering with excellent performance and a very reasonable price. Hopefully, this is a product we'll see in time for the holidays.The card we benchmarked came with a 375MHz core... Read more...
Welcome everyone, NJ here with another edition of the HH Nightcap.  On tap tonight we have a varied selection of juice which should satisfy the rumbling in your news-hungry bellies.  So, pull up a chair, toss on some music and enjoy the news.  Here is your evening update...  The State of 3D Article @ PenStar Systems "NVIDIA... Read more...
Finally, it's over. The Red Sox made history last night with their amazing march to, and through, the World Series. After sending the Yankees back home with a 4 game come back, they just kept on winning, shutting out the Cardinals in 4 games. I'm not a big baseball fan, but you have to respect that. These guys dug deep and did the unthinkable,... Read more...
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