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Wednesday, 10 Mar 2010

NVIDIA to Intel: Bring it on!

NVIDIA to Intel: Bring it on!

NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang comes out swinging against Intel in this recent interview.

Netbooks Enjoy Great Growth

Netbooks Enjoy Great Growth

Love them or loathe them, netbooks, it seems, are here to stand. This infographic shows its growth.

Tuesday, 9 Mar 2010

Aiptek Camcorder Delivers Pico Projection and 720p Video Recording

Aiptek Camcorder Delivers Pico Projection and 720p Video Recording

Pico projectors are getting more common, but not one such as the Aiptek camcorder that's capable of 720p video recording.

Fake Core i7 Processors Shipped to Customers

Fake Core i7 Processors Shipped to Customers

Seemingly counterfeit Core i7-920 processors were shipped to Newegg customers.

Valve Games Heading to Macs

Valve Games Heading to Macs

Macs will soon have access to Valve's entire library of games, including Left 4 Dead 2, Team Fortress and Counterstrike, as the Steam distribution platform makes its way onto Macs.

Monday, 8 Mar 2010

Microsoft to Release Cross-Platform Games

Microsoft to Release Cross-Platform Games

Microsoft seems bent on creating a full experience with its upcoming Windows Phone 7, which will share games across its other two cousins, Windows and Xbox.

iPad Won't Tether with iPhone

iPad Won't Tether with iPhone

According to Steve Jobs, the non-3G, WiFi-only version of the iPad won't tether with the iPhone.

NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 480 Equals ATI Radeon HD 5870 Performance

NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 480 Equals ATI Radeon HD 5870 Performance

NVIDIA has released its first official video of its forthcoming GeForce GTX 480, including a benchmark run against ATI's flagship single-GPU card, the HD 5870.

Friday, 5 Mar 2010

BlackBerry Slider Phone Images Leaked

BlackBerry Slider Phone Images Leaked

A marriage between touchscreen and physical QWERTY keyboard - that's what a purported new BlackBerry device will be like, as seen in the leaked images.

"Mission Impossible" Crooks Steal $26k worth of Products

A bunch of thieves pulled a trick straight out of Mission Impossible and stole over US$20k worth of products.

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