Items tagged with S9

In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks podcast, Marco and Dave discuss some KILLER fast new SSDs from Intel, Samsung's great new Galaxy S9/S9+ and camera performance versus the potent Google Pixel 2 XL, very FISHY AMD chip flaw allegations, a tiny Mini PC from MINIX, Trump going nuclear on Broadcom over its proposed Qualcomm takeover and more... Proudly Streaming Over Logitech's C922 Pro Stream Webcam Show Notes: 03:56 - Intel Optane SSD 800P Review: A Speedy M.2 Solid State Drive With 3D XPoint For The Masses 13:02 - Intel SSD DC P4510 NVMe PCIe Review 19:45 - Samsung Galaxy S9+ Review: Fantastic And Fast With A Killer Camera 39:45 - AMD Processors and Chipsets Reportedly... Read more...
When you mention "OLED" and "portable media player" in the same sentence, one of two devices probably come to mind. Sony's OLED Walkman, or more recently, Microsoft's forthcoming Zune HD. But really, there's a media player that's been touting an OLED panel longer than either of those two, and it goes by the name S9. Cowon's quiet yet powerful entrant into the touchscreen media player realm has remained largely under wraps here in America thanks to a dearth of marketing, but there's at least a fighting chance that it'll gain a bit more popularity now that a striking white version has surfaced. Over on Cowon's website, the S9 White Edition has popped up with its very own Web portal, showcasing... Read more...
As of today, it seems Zotob is still making a fuss, despite it's fairly low rate of infection. Various news stations such as ABC News, CNN, and the New York Times have encountered problems thanks to the little bugger. Microsoft released a patch days before the worm was unleashed, so if your using Windows 2000 and have not patched it... you know. Goodnight folks, enjoy the weekend! Intel Pentium D 840 Dual-Core LGA775 Processor Review @ PCstats "The most obvious new feature of the LGA775 Intel Pentium D 840 processor is its dual-core nature. This 90nm processor uses a pair of Prescott cores running at 16 x 200MHz to bring multi-processing to the desktop in a LGA775 pinless package. The most... Read more...
Good evening folks, it's time for another round of news. Coming at you tonight, we have subjects ranging from wireless networks and security, to the Spire Coolwave II, a Heatsink for LGA775 CPUs. Enjoy ;) Spire Coolwave II (LGA 775 Heatsink) reviewed @ hi-techreviews.com "...This time around it's the Spire Coolwave II, a very nice looking unit featuring a UV reactive fan and mounting assembly and perhaps one of the securest mounting methods of any 775 heatsink we have tested. So come on along as we take a look at this unit and see just how well it performs under stock conditions and with a 500 MHz overclock." Soltek Qbic 3901a Socket 939 SFF Review @ Neoseeker "Even with the extra... Read more...