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Chrome 14 going neutral in the OS binary

Google's Chrome 14, which is currently in beta will feature the Native Client (NaCl) framework as standard. In previous versions this needed to be switched on.NaCl, ...

6 years ago

Intel releases upgrade cards for Sandy Bridge CPUs

Intel is releasing an upgrade card system for three Sandy Bridge CPUs which have higher capabilities than that they are actually sold with. The i3 2102, i3 2312M and Pentium ...

6 years ago

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 ban gets appeal date

The case of the Europe wide ban of the Galaxy Tab as reported by SJTelford ( this article ) moves on with Samsung receiving a date for appeal in Düsseldorf on the 25th of ...

6 years ago

Nvidia CEO claims they are fully prepared for 28nm

Nvidia's CEO , Jen Hsun Huang, has been answering questions about Nvidia's transition from 40nm GPUs to 28nm GPUs. His responses were overwhelmingly positive and it appears ...

6 years ago

German brand EOLIZE introduces a NAS mini-ITX case

A brand most of you have probably never heard of, EOLIZE, based in Germany have introduced a new case which is aimed primarily at the "NAS" market. The "SVD-NC11-4" PC case is ...

6 years ago

Nvidia takes the lead in the Discrete Notebook graphics market

After a reasonably long period of AMD dominance in the Discrete Notebook graphics market Nvidia have finally come out on top. Note the "discrete" market refers to ...

6 years ago

Asus announce a new Mini-ITX motherboard

The F1A75-I DELUXE, the new Asus Mini-ITX motherboard, is based on the AMD A75 chipset, and has what it takes to satisfy its buyers.Powered by the Fusion APU, this ...

6 years ago

Google buying Motorola’s Mobility mobile-phone division

Google are set to pay out $12.5 (£7.7) billion for the acquisition of Motorola's mobile division Motorola Mobility which covers their smart-phones and tablets, Motorola ...

6 years ago

An Asus Eee Pad Slider coming in September?

While the Transformer and the iPad have been going head to head, it seems that Asus weren't resting. A report from Notebook Italia saw a new product page which looks like a ...

6 years ago

QPAD has a new gaming mouse in store

QPAD, a premium gaming gear company, has announced the release of their latest product, the QPAD OM-75 gaming mouse.Unlike most companies, QPAD has focused more on the ...

6 years ago

Bing more successful than Google in the USA for July

Experian Hitwise has reported that Bing is more successful in searches than Google. The figures were achieved by dividing the number of searches with the number of times they ...

6 years ago

F1 Online from Codemasters due out

Codemasters, the company in charge of the current F1 gaming series, has announced the new F1 Online – The Game.Set to be a free-to-play browser game based on a ...

6 years ago

Flash Memory Summit 2011

The flash memory summit 2011 was held last week, august 9th - 11th in silicon valley California, consisting of exhibits, tutorials, workshops, panel discussions and a number ...

6 years ago

Firefox 6 ready, replacing Firefox 5 after only 2 months

Mozilla has released its latest version of the Firefox browser, bringing the program up to version 6 from the current version 5. It will officially launch tomorrow, August the ...

6 years ago

First “Athlon” Llanos in Europe

Some British retailers have started to list new Llano processors. New APU Llano units include the triple core A6-3500 processor, A6-3600 and A8-3800. At this stage it is ...

6 years ago

Intel to scrap stock heat sinks with LGA 2011 processors

Amidst news that AMD would be equipping FX 8 core processors with water cooling units Intel has made it clear they intend to scrap the stock Intel heat sink with the LGA ...

6 years ago

EA forthcoming releases at Gamescom 2011

Electronic Arts booth's a Gamescom this year will include titles for all platforms, including some of the most highly anticipated releases of the year many of which attendees ...

6 years ago

AMD Radeon 6950 Triple CrossFireX Review

Looking at the title, we've called this a review, but in reality, it's not really as we won't be looking at the hardware used in their own entity but instead will be purely ...

6 years ago

Linux license breached, thousands of Android vendors at risk

The Linux android user agreement the GPLv2 has been broken by many of the biggest Android companies according to one patent expert. Florian Muller described Android vendors as ...

6 years ago

Monday Affiliate Roundup

Cooling:Gelid Tranquillo Rev.2 CPU Cooler @ DreamWare ComputersMiscellaneous:OCZ Virtualized Controller Architecture 2.0 @ Benchmark ReviewsOtterBox Reflex Case for iPhone 4 ...

6 years ago

More fake Apple stores in China

Fakes are no real news, fake stores was new a couple of day back, so it seem that nowadays anything is possible really, well check this out, 22 more fake Apple stores were ...

6 years ago

Not 1, not 2, but 3 new laptops from Dell

Dell, the computer maker, has released three new laptops, two of which are from the same series. Let's start off with the “brothers”: the Inspiron 13z & Inspiron 14z. Both ...

6 years ago

New mounting mechanism from EK

EK WaterBlocks, a high performance water cooling solutions manufacturer, has announced the release of a new easy mount mechanism for the EK-VGA SUPREME HF.This new ...

6 years ago

Apple Campus: details revealed

Do you remember when there was a lot of talk about a spaceship-like Apple campus? Well I do, and I was amazed to tell you the truth. Recently the Cupertino City Council has ...

6 years ago

No Signal, but I had…

San Francisco, California metro riders were rudely awoken when they had no signal on their metro services underground yesterday. "The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District ...

6 years ago